Juneteenth: Hollywood Bowl welcomes all-Black orchestra for first time

“We're all going to bring the same love and the same intensity and the same seriousness to music-making,” conductor Thomas Wilkins says of The Re-Collective Orchestra. Courtesy of the Omaha Symphony Orchestra.

The all-Black Re-Collective Orchestra will make history on June 19 when it performs at the Hollywood Bowl’s “Juneteenth: A Global Celebration of Freedom” event. 

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