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Unknown [Press Photograph of Natalie Hinderas]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09848 Author/Creator: Unknown Place Written: Detroit, Michigan Type: Photograph Date: 11 February 1971 Pagination: 1 photograph ; 25.7 x 20.4 cm.

Summary of Content: One press photograph of concert pianist, Natalie Hinderas, dated February 11, 1971. Reverse side contains biography of Hinderas who would play music by black composers at the 27th annual Hackley Concert at the Detroit Public Library on February 14, 1971.

Background Information: Natalie Hinderas was an American concert pianist, born in Oberlin, Ohio who was dedicated to promoting music by black composers. In 1971, she was the first black woman to perform for ...the Philadelphia Orchestra. See More

People: Hinderas, Natalie, 1927-1987

Historical Era: 1945 to the Present

Subjects: African American HistoryMusiciansWomen's History

Sub Era: The Seventies

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