Lynne will be joined by Toyin Spellman-Diaz, oboist and activist of Imani Winds, discusses Baldwin's legacy and its potential for profound impact on Western classical music.
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From the virtual salon:
"One of the things that I really relate to with James Baldwin is his idea of being a witness of things. As an oboist, I'm a classical musician, a Black classical musician, a woman black classical musician, a woman black classical musician oboist. My career is a little removed from say a doctor saving lives, I'm playing music and a lot of times I doubt myself and how much I'm making a difference in the world just through playing music.
Baldwin talked about being a witness - having a thin line between the witness and the victim, and so I feel like I've built my career trying to bear witness with the music that I am playing through my Quintet." –Toyin Spellman-Diaz