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Black History Month | IN(di)VISIBLE

Venue

Sol Joseph Recital Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Tickets

Free, reservations recommended

Program

Ricky Ian Gordon
Luck
Chasiti Lashay Walker, soprano

Leslie H. Adams
Drums of Tragedy
Auburn Joseph, soprano

Margaret Bonds
Minstrel Man
Malikha Mayes, soprano

William Bolcolm
Waitin
Jasmine Johnson, mezzo-soprano

Ricky Ian Gordon
Song for a Dark Girl
Chasiti Lashay Walker, soprano

Abel Meeropol
Strange Fruit
Auburn Joseph, soprano

George Gershwin
Summer time
Malikha Mayes, soprano

Rickey Ian Gordon
Dream Variations
Chasiti Lashay Walker, soprano

Intermission

Kristopher Grant
Sickle
Live Electronics

Moses Hogan
Let Us Break Bread Together
Malikha Mayes, soprano

Deep River
Wilford Kelly, bass-baritone

Give Me Jesus
Chasiti Lashay Walker, soprano

Florence B. Price
My Soul's Been Anchored in the Lord
Jasmine Johnson, mezzo-soprano

Margaret Bonds
He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
Jasmine Johnson, mezzo-soprano
Auburn Joseph, soprano
Chasiti Lashay Walker, soprano

RJAM Set
     Pieces to be announced from stage
Andrew Weitz, piano
Julian Esparza, electric bass
Robert Chapa, drums
Liam Hughes-Butler, guitar

Donny Hathaway
Someday We'll All Be Free
Jason Hainsworth, saxophone
Michael Mohammed, countertenor

Mia Pixley
Watering Hole
Jasmine Johnson, mezzo-soprano
Auburn Joseph, soprano
Mia Pixley, cello/voice
Chasiti Lashay Walker, soprano

John Rosmond Johnson
Lift Every Voice and Sing
BSU, voice

with
Mai-Linh Pham

More About the Black Student Union

The purpose of the Black Student Union is to improve the quality of life for Black
students at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, by recognizing and fulfilling their
educational and cultural needs. Our goal as a student organization is to provide unity
and support for and amongst black students. The intentions of the Union are as follows:
- To provide a channel and forum for the articulation and expression of views and
interests of the black students at the Conservatory.
- To establish and foster active relations between the Conservatory’s black
students and its faculty and staff.
- To establish and foster active relations between the Conservatory’s black
students and the greater community of the San Francisco/Bay Area.
- To provide educational and social opportunities for the SFCM community which
seeks to discover and celebrate the rich heritage, history, and contributions of
persons of African ancestry.
- To create and provide the Conservatory’s black students with a network of
professionals of similar background, able to provide opportunities for mentorship
and professional development.
- To encourage dialogue within the SFCM community regarding social, political,
and world issues, thus empowering students to utilize their diversity of talents to
make impactful statements on society and the world at large.
These goals are achieved through dedicated students and staff that are committed to
organizing educational, cultural, and community-based events that foster a more
diverse campus, as well as address issues that are pertinent to the black community of
the Conservatory.

Departments and Faculty Involved with This Event