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The Galveston Symphony Orchestra is honored to host a free virtual event:
500 Years: Musicians and Composers of African Descent in Classical Music and Opera - A Music History Lecture by Givonna Joseph. This event will occur on both Zoom and Facebook Live on Thursday, May 20th, at 6:30 PM.
Givonna Joseph is an award-winning arts educator, performer, recording artist, researcher, and music therapist. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of New Orleans' OperaCréole and a great friend to the Galveston Symphony. We are honored to have her share this history with us, and we hope you will attend this virtual presentation! [Organizer's description]