The mission of MusicUNTOLD is multi-leveled but focuses on heightening awareness of the presence and historical achievements by artists of African descent in classical and opera music since the beginning of the genres by Afro-Europeans. Although numerous internet websites provide documented proof of this neglected history, awareness remains deplorably low, even within the African American population. Through a collaborative arrangement with Randye Jones and William J. Zick to help debunk false perceptions, share information, and the pure enjoyment of listening to music underrepresented on classical radio, MusicUNTOLD.com website now includes direct access to four (4) additional educational resources.
Afrocentric Sounds Radio founded by Randye Jones is a broadcast and listening venue for classical recordings reflecting the creation and interpretation by artists of African descent currently underrepresented on mainstream radio.
Afrocentric Sounds Radio is a free service hosted by Live365 Radio. When you click the player and are asked to Sign up for a VIP membership, just click “Maybe Later” to continue with your FREE listening.
Afrocentric Voices Radio founded by Randye Jones is a companion station focusing on historic and contemporary African American singers and composers especially of opera, art songs, and Negro spirituals composed for concert performance.
Afrocentric Voices Radio is a free service hosted by Live365 Radio. When you click the player and are asked to Sign up for a VIP membership, just click “Maybe Later” to continue with your FREE listening.
AfriClassical founded by William J. Zick is a website on African Heritage in Classical Music. Meet 52 composers, conductors and instrumental performers – Africans, African Americans and Afro-Europeans.
AfriClassical blog founded by William J. Zick is a near daily blog companion to AfriClassical website
Classical KUSC Listen Live
Classical KUSC is the largest and most listened to public radio and non-profit classical music station in the country. KUSC is dedicated to preserving classical music as a living art. Visit KUSC.org for their complete archive of classical music interviews.