Thursday, February 26, 2009

Does The National Gallery Of Art’s Trustee Sharon Percy Rockefeller Even Know That American Classical Music Is Almost Banned On Her Classical WETA-FM?

Beginning this week, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. begins its month-long celebrationof American classical music – music banned from Sharon Percy Rockefeller’s Classical WETA-FM, so-called public radio in the Nation’s Capital.

Featured will be free performances of American classical compositions by:

Barber, Copland, Corea, Dett, George, Gottschalk, Matheny, Walker, Amram, Corigliano, Flagello, Hutcheson, Laufer, Ruggles, Krash, Berger, Persichetti, Piston, Powell, Mandel, and Siegmeister.

And, yes, its another day of no or almost no American classical music on Sharon Percy Rockefeller's Classical WETA-FM, so-called public radio in the Nation's Capital.


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