Hop@Home: Who We Are with DBR with Rachel Barton Pine
Who We Are with DBR

Rachel Barton Pine

An Artistic Exchange with Daniel Bernard Roumain
July 23

Join artist-activists for their insights on this critical moment of pandemic and protest along with original collaborative performances.


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Hosted by violinist, composer and Roth Distinguished Visiting Scholar Daniel Bernard Roumain, this compelling series features multidisciplinary artist-activists who have broken stereotypes and made history. Guest artists will discuss their experiences and the evolution of their work during this convergence of global health and social crises. Inspired by their conversation, Daniel and guests will create and share short performances together. Audience members are encouraged to submit their questions in the live chat.

Episode 2: Rachel Barton Pine

A leader in classical and contemporary music, Rachel's passion and conviction as a performer extends to her commitment to artists of color. She founded Music By Black Composers, a project supported by the Rachel Barton Pine Foundation, which commissions BIPOC (Black Indigenous, and People of Color) composers and addresses racial injustices in classical music. Lauded as "an exciting, boundary-defying performer" by the Washington Post, Pine has a prolific discography with 38 albums. She has appeared as a soloist with many prestigious ensembles including the Atlanta, Iceland and Vienna Symphonies; the Buffalo, Calgary, Rochester and Royal Philharmonics; the Louisville and Philadelphia Orchestras; and the Royal Scottish Philharmonic.

In this episode of "Who We Are with DBR," Rachel pairs excerpts from Daniel's 'Hip Hop Dances and Prayers' with Bach and discusses her approach to allyship as a white composer and philanthropist. Learn more about Rachel's incredible career on her website, and get a taste of her enormous talent in her NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert.

About Daniel Bernard Roumain

Daniel is known for his signature violin sounds infused with electronic, urban and African-American music influences. He has composed chamber, orchestral and operatic works and created large scale musical events for public spaces. He is also an Emmy winner for Outstanding Musical Composition for his collaborations with ESPN.  Daniel is one of the creators and performers of The Just and the Blind about the realities of incarcerated youth and their families, which performed at the Hop in January 2020.

Find out more about DBR's work on his website.

This event occurred as part of the 20/21 Hop@Home season. This is an archived view.

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