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Soprano Angela Brown To Sing 'God Bless America' For The Indianapolis 500

World-renowned opera singer and Indianapolis-native Angela Brown will reprise her role of singing 'God Bless America' during pre-race ceremonies for the 107th Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge on May 28. She last performed the beloved patriotic tradition for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 in 2017.

Angela Brown Named Delta Visiting Chair For Global Understanding At The University Of Georgia

Opera soprano Angela Brown is the first musician to be named a Delta Visiting Chair for Global Understanding at the University of Georgia.

New Canon Chamber Collective Opens Inaugural Season With AMERICAN SOUL

New Canon Chamber Collective. a multicultural collective of South Florida's most outstanding musicians, opens its inaugural season with American Soul in the Amaturo Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, December 3 at 7 p.m.

Actors Theatre Of Indiana Opens 2022-2023 Season With NUNSENSE

Actors Theatre of Indiana has announced casting for the first show in their 2022-2023 season – NUNSENSE: A musical. 

Soprano Angela Brown Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

On June 25, opera soprano Angela Brown received the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award from The Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA)

Opera soprano Angela Brown Receives The Inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award from The Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA)

On June 25, opera soprano Angela Brown received the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award from The Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA) for her impactful career and personal commitment to diversity in role models, performers, educators, and audiences in the arts.

OPERA America Announces 2022 Opera Hall of Fame Inductees and 2022 National Opera Trustee Recognition Awards

OPERA America has announced honors for exemplary artists, administrators, advocates, and trustees in two prestigious award programs, the Opera Hall of Fame and National Opera Trustee Recognition Awards.


A leader in the ongoing re-imagination of classical music structures and stereotypes, Melanated Moments in Classical Music podcast releases its third season spotlighting music composed by, for, and about Black people. The podcast has caught on with a youthful, global audience that is steadily growing in over 80 countries and nearly 1200 cities.

Organist Diane Bish Will Be Honored With Virtual Birthday Celebration on May 21

The event will be moderated by Across the Arts host Patrick D. McCoy. Miss Bish will receive live greetings from friends and colleagues including organist Paul Jacobs, Pipedreams host Michael Barone, and opera soprano Angela Brown.

BWW REVIEW: 'Ya Got Trouble' In Centerpoint Legacy's THE MUSIC MAN

After 16 months waiting for opening night, the cast of THE MUSIC MAN sings louder than 76 trombones in a big parade.

LISTEN: Melanated Moments in Classical Music Podcast Launches Season Two

The second season of Melanated Moments in Classical Music podcast from Classical Music Indy is streaming now. 

Soprano Angela Brown Interviewed in New Marian Anderson PBS Documentary, Voice Of Freedom

Contralto Marian Anderson was hailed as a voice that 'comes around once in a hundred years,' yet she was barred from performing in Constitution Hall because of her race. It is a well known moment in her life story.

Angela Brown Teams Up With Opera Companies To Spotlight Rising Black Voices in OPERA...FROM A SISTAH'S POINT OF VIEW

Throughout her career, opera soprano Angela Brown has been on a mission to dispel outdated myths about opera, including what to wear, how to act, and who belongs in the audience and on the stage. Her one-woman show Opera...from a Sistah's Point of View has been presented across the country to do just that.

Cincinnati Opera Announces All-Digital WINTER FESTIVAL

Cincinnati Opera steps into winter with its first-ever, all-digital Winter Festival. Featuring three, free streamed programs premiering in February and March, Cincinnati Opera’s Winter Festival spotlights celebrated singers, actors, and instrumentalists in an eclectic variety of artistic genres.

Scoop: Coming Up on a New Episode of SUPERMARKET SWEEP on ABC - Saturday, January 2, 2021

Find out what's happening on Coming Up on a New Episode of SUPERMARKET SWEEP and if it's a new episode, airing on ABC on Saturday, January 2, 2021!

MELANATED MOMENTS IN CLASSICAL MUSIC Named Best Black Music Podcast Of 2020 By Black Podcasting Awards

Podcast co-hosts Joshua Thompson and Angela Brown were elated to learn that Melanated Moments in Classical Music caught the attention of the Black Podcasting Awards. Both are newbies at the podcasting game and reacted with shock and joy at the elevated recognition of their work from a group of worthy nominees.

Lifetime Announces Premiere Date for SUPERNANNY

During these uncertain times as families are dealing with quarantine and homeschooling, parents are reaching out more than ever for help. Luckily Jo Frost is back on Lifetime Tuesday nights starting with two new Supernanny episodes, premiering back-to-back on September 1, from 8 pm - 10 pm ET/PT.

WAIT FOR THE SUN Song And Music Video To Support Black Lives Matter

On Thursday, July 9, 2020, Stonedef Records, Inc. announced that Billboard hit song maker and recording artist Fawn has joined forces with Debra Wilson, Joanna Cassidy, Judy Tenuta, Kate Linder, Shanice Wilson, Jason Graae, Brooke Lewis Bellas, Cher Rue, and many others in support of Black Lives Matter with her song, 'Wait For The Sun.'

Jason Tramm Conducts 'Opera Gems: The Art Of Dramatic Voices' at Merkin Concert Hall

Jason Tramm conducts the MidAtlantic Orchestra and a star-studded cast of internationally renowned singers for an evening of great operatic arias and duets entitled a?oeOpera Gems: The Art of Dramatic Voicesa?? on Saturday February 22 at 8 PM at Merkin Concert Hall, in New York City. Tickets $45 Orchestra, $35 Balcony. Student and Senior tickets available at the box office with valid ID.

Jason Tramm to Conduct BEETHOVEN AT 250 at Merkin Concert Hall

Noted conductor Jason Tramm will lead the Long Island Concert Orchestra and Guest Soloist, the acclaimed Korean violinist and rising star, Kyoung-Joo Sung in the Midatlantic Artistic Productions concert 'Beethoven at 250' at Merkin Concert Hall, Saturday March 21 at 8PM.

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