The First Black Opera Recordings

By Mark Schubin       The Harlem walking tour of On Site Opera’s The Road We Came exploration of Black history in New York City ends at 226 West 138th Street, the former home of James Williams, chief of the Red Caps of Grand Central Terminal. That might not seem
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She Paved The Way

Written by Mark Schubin In ever-changing New York, it’s remarkable that the five stops on On Site Opera’s The Road We Came Lower Manhattan Tour remain largely as they were. Two other locations in the area, not stops on the tour but near the route, played a significant role in
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The Emperors of 55th Street

Written by Mark Schubin If you’ve taken On Site Opera’s The Road We Came midtown tour, you’ve probably learned a lot about the two major opera companies that were once adjacent on the Lincoln Center Plaza. And you probably didn’t need the tour to learn that the Metropolitan Opera scheduled
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“The Road We Came” press release

A THREE NEIGHBORHOOD MUSICAL WALKING TOUR OF NEW YORK CITY EXPLORES BLACK MUSIC HISTORY AND ITS LANDMARKS TO LEARN FROM THE PAST AND RE-FRAME THE PRESENT A Multi-Media Collaboration with Award-Winning Historian, Grammy Nominated Baritone and Innovative Production Team Re-Define the Immersive and Site-Specific Music Experience NEW YORK, February 10,
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