Presented year-round, the concerts include a wealth of diverse music and performers, ranging from contemporary classical to folk-roots to reggae and jazz. The series aims to present artists that are both superb musicians in their own right and cultural ambassadors of myriad social and musical traditions, creating a vibrant space and a unique opportunity to hear distinctive and significant music. By presenting diverse artists in an intimate and acoustically superb venue, the concert series brings together an ever-expanding urban audience with consistently high-caliber musicians from across the hemisphere, showcasing oft-underrepresented music and rendering it immediate and accessible. Click here to become a member today!
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Music of the United States of America - Publications
Signing up enhances your TCE experience with the ability to save items to your personal reading list, and access the interactive map. The similarities between Canada and its southern neighbour are many. Both are New World pioneer societies settled largely by adventurers, fortune seekers, missionaries, colonizers, idealists, and refugees from repressive old-world societies; both share an emphasis on technology and materialism mixed with religious puritanism; both know extremes of climate, large geographical distances, and mixed settlements of people of many ethnic and linguistic origins. The obvious differences lie in the strong French component in the Canadian population, the Canadian allegiance to the British crown, from which the USA broke away over two hundred years ago, and, perhaps most significant in the musical context, the two populations' different rates of growth. For example, not only did the US population in exceed that of Canada by a ratio of ten to one, but comparisons of numbers of orchestras, music publishers, recording companies, library holdings, artist managements, professional schools, and so on, also reveal wide disparities. As an example, by the time the first sheet music was printed in Canada, ca , US publishers already had issued more such music than Canada has issued in its entire history to
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People of Asian descent have settled in North America since the midth century. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, hundreds of thousands of Chinese, Japanese and Filipinos, as well as smaller numbers of Koreans and Indians, came to the United States primarily to work on plantations, factories and railroads. During the first waves of Asian immigration, racial tension was high as white laborers feared that they would lose their jobs to or have their salaries undercut by new immigrants. Fear also led to the passage of the Chinese Exclusion Act of expanded into the Asian Exclusion Act of , which barred further immigration from Asia, and Executive Order , which gave the U. One effect of all this discrimination was the growth of ethnic enclaves, where musical cultures that influenced both America and Asia thrived.
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Listen to the same music our forebears sang and danced to. Their music chronicled their fight for freedom, their moments of sadness and their joys. Songs they brought with them from distant lands marked the history of their lives. Every period in a country's history has its own popular music. It was no less true of America years ago than it is today.