“Crossing Borders Music offers a bracing mix of music by African-American women” in a performance that was “shapely, synergic,” “impassioned,” and “stellar”!
Chicago Classical Review
“Wow. I was amazed at the overall quality of the music making, the new pieces and composers introduced, etc. And the simplicity and soft–sell of the whole performance and broadcast wound up being deeply moving and inspiring… some performers and composers we can take notice of in the future, too!”
Music Critic Andrew Patner, WFMT
“Crossing Borders Music Collective Baha’i music program truly inspires:” the musicians “lift[ed] up hearts, minds and souls with their remarkable talent and musical works.”
Music Critic Kelly Milionis, Examiner.com, four-star review
“A TimeOut Chicago Critic’s Pick!”
Music Critic Mia Clarke, TimeOut Chicago
Hyperlinks to stories and broadcasts featuring Crossing Borders Music
“First Blacks Chicago” in the Chicago Tribune (no longer online)
WBEZ’s WorldView: Crossing Borders Music’s Earthquake Remembrance Concert (no longer online)
WBEZ’s WorldView: Crossing Borders Music’s Celebrating Resilience: Music from the Unvanquished Bahá’í University of Iran (no longer online)
WFMT’s PianoForte Salon Series: Live Crossing Borders Music broadcast of Haitian Piano Music (no longer online)
WBEZ’s WorldView: Multiple Crossing Borders Music concerts featured (no longer online)
WFMT’s Relevant Tones: 60-minute show featuring Crossing Borders Music’s Beyond the Headlines: Haiti in Music (no longer online)
WFMT’s Fiesta!: Music from Haiti including a performance by Crossing Borders Music (no longer online)
Live in the WBEZ studios: Crossing Borders Music musicians perform (no longer online)
WFMT article and audio streams from Meditation and Passion: Uncovering Piano Masterworks of Haiti (no longer online)
Crossing Borders Music’s The Real Vodou in the Hyde Park Herald (no longer online)
* “We Walk: A Celebration of Black Community” and “First Blacks Chicago” are creations of the Haitian American Museum of Chicago, which invited Crossing Borders Music’s participation and collaboration.
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