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This Week on The Dolor Factor
Delia’s guest this week Donna Fraser is the Vice President and Equality, Diversity & Engagement Lead of the UK Athletics Members Council. A former sprinter, who competed at four consecutive Olympic Games for Great Britain, she has developed a wealth of experience within the field of equality and diversity communications.
Donna talks about her determination to always do her best in athletics, and during a health crisis, and how she’s urging others to nominate people who deserve recognition.
The Founder and Artistic Director of The Colour of Music Black Classical Musicians Festival, Lee Pringle, was my guest on Thursday 12 October. The show is now available on podcast and iTunes: www.colourfulradio.com.
Lee strives to inform music lovers and classical music enthusiasts to be aware of the thousands of celebrated and prodigiously talented classical principals, composers and performers of African descent throughout the world. Yet, their opportunities to grace concert stages of major orchestras are rare to non-existent.
Now in its fifth year, the five-day Colour of Music Festival showcases some of the top black classical musicians in the world, trained at some of the most prestigious music schools, conservatories and universities worldwide.
I’ve been all over the place recently, but for now the place to be is Charleston, South Carolina. It’s the home of the Colour of Music Festival from 18-22 October. We’ve just finished filming a promotional video which will entice visitors to Charleston and the Festival.
Check it out at www.colourofmusic.org