Julia Bullock: History's Persistent Voice
Julia Bullock sings the words of pioneering mixed-media Black American artist Thornton Dial in a recital featuring traditional slave songs and words penned by Black American artists from the southeastern United States, including the esteemed quilters of Gee's Bend, Alabama. The texts are set to original compositions by a roster of all-women composers including Tania Leon, Courtney Bryan, Jessie Montgomery, and Allison Loggins-Hull. This concert is presented in dialogue with the exhibition "History Refused to Die: Highlights from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation Gift" (on view at The Met Fifth Avenue, May 22-Sept 23, 2018).
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