Sights and Sounds Concert Series: Chamber Music Raleigh and Peg O’Connell present Imani Winds
Brandon Patrick George, flute
Toyin Spellman-Diaz, oboe
Kevin Newton, French horn
Mark Dover, clarinet
Monica Ellis, bassoon
About the artists
Celebrating over two decades of music making, the twice Grammy-nominated Imani Winds has led both a revolution and evolution of the wind quintet through their dynamic playing, adventurous programming, imaginative collaborations, and outreach endeavors that have inspired audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
Imani Winds appears at the NCMA as part of a Black History Month North Carolina Residency funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. The program includes a Jessie Montgomery composition inspired by her great-grandfather’s migration from the American South to the North as well as socially conscious music by Andy Akiho designed to be performed both on the concert stage and in front of immigrant detention centers throughout the country.
View the socially distanced seating chart. While your purchase is general admission, seating capacity in the 232-seat SECU Auditorium is capped at 120 to allow audiences to socially distance themselves in seating.
Image courtesy of Chamber Museum Raleigh