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THE PASSION OF MARY CARDWELL DAWSON
Featuring Denyce Graves
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2023 AT 7:00 PM
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2023 AT 2:00 PM & 5:00 PM
The Kennedy Center | TERRACE THEATRE
2700 F. Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20566
Our Hidden Voices program will launch in conjunction with The Passion of Mary Cardwell Dawson at The Kennedy Center with events open to the public January 21st and 22nd. Join us Saturday morning at the Kennedy Center where we be unveiling our very first Hidden Voices Exhibit about the life of Mary Cardwell Dawson. Saturday morning's event is free and perfect for the whole family.
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
Exploring the Effects of Mutual Inspiration on Artist and Industry
This concert & talkback event presented as part of Shared Voices Symposium 2023: In the Driver's Seat.
Join us in Griswold Hall at Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute in Baltimore for a special concert and talkback event! With Symone Harcum, soprano, Andrew Turner, tenor, and José Meléndez, pianist, featuring the works of Mozart, Verdi, Jasmine Barnes, Will Liverman, John Carter, Hall Johnson and many more.
JUNE 18, 2023
Juneteenth Concert: Celebrating African American Composers & Performers
AT BABCOCK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
8240 LOCH RAVEN BLVD, TOWSON, MD 21286
Featuring Natanya Sheva Washer, Lyric Soprano, Kevin Webb, Tenor, and JoyAnne Amani, Piano
MAY 18, 2023
Hidden No More: Outstanding Classical Vocal Artists You Need To Know at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History & Culture, Heritage Hall
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Part of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of
African American History and Culture Community Day
Join us throughout this Community Day for a series of performances from our Shared Voices student cohort members, and learn about the ongoing
impact classical vocal artists throughout history still have on the talented voices of tomorrow.
FEBRUARY 23, 2023 ALL DAY
The Denyce Graves Foundation celebrates its 2nd Anniversary
FEBRUARY 23, 2023 8:00A.M. EST
The Denyce Graves Foundation appears on Good Morning America
Help us celebrate our 2nd Birthday by watching Robin Roberts interview Denyce Graves, Thursday morning on Good Morning America at 8:00AM EST. They will discuss the foundation and our HBCU/ Conservatory initiative Shared Voices. Featuring Shared Voices student cohorts Sophia Baete, Darius Jackson, Kevin Webb, and Hannah Jones. Kevin Webb sings live with Robin Roberts. We hope you tune in!
MARCH 23, 2023
Shared Voices Master class with Melissa Wegner of the Metropolitan Opera, hosted by The Denyce Graves Foundation in collaboration with the Metropolitan Opera, hosted by Morgan State University
In person at the Murphy Fine Arts Center in Baltimore, MD
MARCH 18, 2023 11:00AM
Shared Voices Industry Day: Financial Planning 101 with Glen Esteban
Glen Esteban, financial advisor for 25 years, offers instruction in financial planning to our Shared Voices student cohorts in this second session of a 3-part virtual series.
MARCH 28, 2023 11:00AM
Shared Voices Industry Day: Legit vs. Belt with Craig Wich, Pt. 2
In this virtual event for our Shared Voices student cohorts, Craig Wich of Craig Wich Studios discusses the three most dangerous words in the musical theater lexicon: Legit, Mix, and Belt.
MAY 23, 2023 6:00PM
The 2023 Denyce Graves Award Gala Honoring Lawrence Brownlee
Save the date for the 2023 Denyce Graves Award Gala, taking place at the Planet Word Museum in Washington D. C. honoring Lawrence Brownlee, leading international operatic tenor and voice for activism and diversity. Tickets and more information available soon.
SEPTEMBER 29–OCTOBER 1, 2023
Announcing Shared Voices Symposium 2023: In the Driver's Seat
Hosted by Johns Hopkins University's Peabody Institute
To launch the second year of its flagship initiative, Shared Voices, the Denyce Graves Foundation will offer a Classical Vocal Arts Symposium to participants in their second program year. This immersive experience offers an intensive, one-of-a kind opportunity for classical vocal arts and industry engagement, to give aspiring classical singers the knowledge and tools to become successful.