2021 NEWS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, AND HAPPENINGS
2021 Events featuring Valerie...
Featured Guest Artist: San Diego Flute Guild 2021 Spring Festival
Orchestra of St. Luke's Education and Community Engagement
NYC Five-Borough Tour On June 9, 2021, OSL’s musicians will perform a livestreamed concert of composer Valerie Coleman’s Portraits of Josephine. Written for woodwind quintet, this work celebrates the life of the famed performer and social justice activist Josephine Baker.
OSL’s School Concerts for Spring 2021 introduces young audiences to contemporary composer and flutist Valerie Coleman.
At the Mann, the Philadelphia Orchestra reconnects with an audience — living, breathing, and non-online ...
(5/16/21): It was the feeling of hope and renewal, though, that prevailed, and it ran through the repertoire choices. Nothing could have come across as more spring-green than Valerie Coleman’s Seven O’Clock Shout.
Louisville Orchestra’s Next Season Will Be Indoors — With Live Audiences
(5/7/21): “A Concert for Unity” will be headlined by composer Valerie Coleman, a rising star in classical music and a Louisville native. It will also highlight seven works commissioned from local artists.
At Philadelphia Orchestra, a joyous Coleman, sparkling Mozart, and not a string in sight...
(3/18/21): This week’s Digital Stage program is a two-piece set of non-orchestral repertoire, pairing Valerie Coleman’s “Red Clay & Mississippi Delta” and Mozart’s “Gran Partita.”
Nu Deco Ensemble Will Reimagine Earth, Wind & Fire With Richard Bona At Miami’s North Beach Bandshell
Miami’s 30-piece Nu Deco Ensemble will return to the North Beach Bandshell in Miami Beach on Saturday, April 10th, for another livestream performance, this time featuring Cameroon-born multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Richard Bona. The performance next month will feature the music of Valerie Coleman, along with a symphonic reimagination of Earth, Wind & Fire‘s celebrated catalog of songs.