Washington Concert Opera: Women, Their Voices, and Nothing Less
November 8, 2020
“The true republic: men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” – Susan B. Anthony
The year 1920 marked a major turning point for equality in America: the year that the 19th Amendment was ratified, giving women the right to vote. On November 2, 2020, join Washington Concert Opera for a free online concert celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, filmed at the National Museum of Women in the Arts here in Washington, DC.
Featuring the music of Virgil Thomson, Florence B. Price, Undine Smith Moore, Joaquín Turina, and Enrique Granados.
Available through December 1, 2020!
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Joaquín Turina: “Vocalizaciones”
Enrique Granados: “Gracia mía”
Performed by Danielle Talamantes
Florence B. Price: “Hold Fast to Dreams”
Undine Smith Moore: “Love, Let the Wind Cry… How I Adore Thee”
Performed by Aundi Marie Moore
Virgil Thomson: “We Cannot Retrace Our Steps” from The Mother of Us All
Performed by Shannon Jennings
Special thanks to the National Museum of Women in the Arts for the use of their spaces for the recording of this presentation.
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