Classical Music in Color: Violinist Tami Lee Hughes

In this episode of Classical Music in Color, Judlyne features violinist Tami Lee Hughes.

Violinist Tami Lee Hughes‘ latest album,  Legacy: Violin Music of African- American Composers is just one of her projects. Hughes is a premier concert violinist and recording artist of immense versatility. Since making her debut with the National Symphony Orchestra, she has also performed as soloist with the Monroe, Mississippi, and Pontiac-Oakland Symphony Orchestras among others.   She has extensively toured the United States, Europe, Costa Rica, and Bermuda, championing traditional repertoire and the music of African American composers.

She’s currently working  on THE LEGACY PROJECT with a grant from the Sphinx Foundation, a group promoting African-American and Latino artists in classical music.

Judlyne Lilly-Gibson hosts  KMFA BY REQUEST and STACCATO on KMFA 89.5. Classical Music in Color is sponsored by IOKTS Productions Black History Calendars.


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