Alicia Hall Moran:  Black Wall Street

Known for her passion and flair, mezzo-soprano Alicia Hall Moran has been heralded for both her beautiful voice and her bold programmatic choices. combining an intellectual inquisitiveness to her exquisite music-making. Black Wall Street premiered in New York City’s historic Federal Hall, after development the at the cutting-edge arts center, National Sawdust, and in concert at the Schomburg Center for Research In Black Culture/New York Public Library. With collaborator and husband, iconic pianist Jason Moran (Artistic Director of Jazz for the John F. Kennedy Center), and Historian and Collector Gene Alexander Peters (Co-Director, Slave Relic Museum, Waterboro, SC), Moran’s chamber work reconsiders the tragedy of the Tulsa Race
Riot with in depth history, a new gaze and a new soundtrack.

Thursday, May 24, 7:00 p.m.
Williams Theatre
Tulsa Performing Arts Center
Tickets $15–$30
Member and Group discounts available
Call 918-688-6112 for tickets or more information. Or purchase tickets online HERE

“Moran is stunning in the part. She has the soaring operatic
chops the lush music requires, coupled with the jazz instincts
required in her work with her offstage husband,jazz pianist
Jason Moran.”