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Debuting Juneteenth, ‘Unmute The Voices’ Highlights Composers and Musicians of Color

by  Jasmine J. Mahmoud


I began playing violin at age three, and growing up I participated in orchestras from elementary through high school. These orchestras were highly diverse, with students from a variety of racial and economic backgrounds. And yet, the composers we performed — from Bach to Mozart to Beethoven to Debussy — were almost exclusively dead white men.

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Annual Solo String Festival Showcases Talented South King County Student Musicians

by Brittany Parker


Dr. Quinton Morris’ music students are not immune to the challenges of a global pandemic. The high school freshmen in his classes have never walked the halls of their new schools. Scholars are all adjusting to the constant contort of living life through screens.

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