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Standing on the shoulders of the late African-American music critic, Raoul Abdul, Patrick D. McCoy is committed to informing the ENTIRE community about the joys of classical music.

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The acclaimed coloratura soprano Elizabeth Futral drops in on the show to discuss her current role in Mozart's Così fan tutte with Washington National Opera. Ms. Futral is a favorite particularly among D.C. audiences being... more

The acclaimed arranger of African American spirituals, Jacqueline Hairston drops in to discuss the debut of her choral ensemble in New York's famed Carnegie Hall. Ms. Hairston is admired her gifts as a singer, conductor, pianist, composer... more

The Brooklyn Native, soprano Laquita Mitchell drops in on Patrick D. McCoy, The African American Voice in Classical Music on Monday, February 6, 2012 at Noon. Ms. Mitchell will discuss her upcoming performances with New York... more

The noted scholar and countertenor, Dr. Darryl Taylor drops in on the African American Voice in Classical Music to discuss the 2012 African American Art Song Alliance, to be held February 9-12 at the University of Califoria at Irvine. Taylor... more

David Griffiths, Minister of Music at Washington, D. C. 's historic Nineteenth Street Baptist Church drops in to discuss a special concert, launching the release of his new praise and worship songbook. "The Praise and Worship... more

THE CELEBRITY SERIES welcomes opera superstar, tenor Lawrence Brownlee as the first interview of the new year. Brownlee is perhaps one of the most internationally acclaimed singers on opera stages around the world. Proudly... more

Patrick D. McCoy marks the First Year Anniversary of The African American Voice in Classical Music with the return of the inaugural guest, the eminent conductor, Julian Wachner. Wachner currently serves as Music Director of The... more

THE OPERA DIvA SERIES: Soprano Marquita Lister drops in on Patrick D. McCoy, The African American Voice in Classical Music to discuss her triumphant return to the opera stage. Lister was the recent recipent of the Victory Award at... more

What a befitting way to begin the Christmas Season! The noted organist, conductor and scholar Dr. J. Owen Burdick drops in to discuss the upcoming performance of Handel's Messiah at Washington, D. C.'s Church of the... more

In 2009, Jauvon Gilliam was unamimously named to the post of Principal Timpanist of the National Symphony Orchestra, the resident orchestra of The John F. Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts. A native of Gary,... more
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