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Black Oak Ensemble - Silenced Voices makes PublicRadio90's 'Genre Fluid Fridays on Classiclectic'

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Genre Fluid Fridays on Classiclectic: Music exploration and discovery through the lens of classically-minded composers and musicians.  Explore beyond the horizon of classical music, Fridays on Public Radio 90, beginning just after 9:30am ET. 

This time we are packed with goodies of all instruments and voices!  We'll aenjoy music performed by the Black Oak Ensemble, part of a cantata in Doublespeak, music for orchestra and tape. Black Oak Ensemble, a violin, viola, and cello trio comprising three of Chicago's most enterprising chamber musicians, makes its recording debut with Silenced Voices, an album of intriguing works by six promising, early 20th century Jewish composers originally from Austria-Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and the Netherlands. 

We'll also enjoy Third Coast Percussion's collaboration with Devonte Hynes (a.k.a. Blood Orange, and his premiere classical compositions) are debuted on the program, from the album Fields, and a new take on Vivaldi's The Four Seasons (with Luka Sulic, one of Two Cellos).

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