Ladies First celebrates the music of women immigrant composers to the U.S. Music, Art, Video and Performances by Lynn Bechtold, Svjetlana Bukvich, Valerie Dee Naranjo, Jennifer DeVore, Marija Ilic, Adam Kent, Tania León, Nika Leoni, Cecilia Mandrile, Jessica Meyer, Tamar Muskal, Milica Paranosic, Kamala Sankaram, Michiyo Suzuki, Mioi Takeda, Karen Tanaka and Keve Wilson.
As part of the congregation's recent commitment to Black Lives Matter, Community Unitarian Universalist Congregation's Music Director Adam Kent presents a program of works inspired by African-American musical traditions and interviews composer Tania Leon.
Recently appointed to the Music Faculty of State University of New York at Oneonta, pianist Adam Kent has performed in recital, as soloist with orchestra, and in chamber music throughout the United States, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, and Latin America.
Formal Shots: Michael Dames and James Keyser
Candid Shots in Spain: Joel Weinberg
Candid Shots of Damocles Trio: Sibylle Johner
Carnegie Hall Shots: Young Jang