The Rochester Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will host its annual Crimson Note Heritage Concert on Sunday, with a program featuring works by Scott Joplin (the King of Ragtime), French composers Philippe Gaubert and César Franck, and Gospel icon Richard Smallwood as well as a special arrangement of an African-American spiritual. Hochstein School of Music faculty member violinist Heather Misula will be the concert's featured performer, and she will be accompanied by pianist Orlando Diaz. Other guest performers include flutist Dr. Jacqueline Cordova-Arrington, a Carnegie Hall Ensemble Connect Fellowship alumnae; Victoria Cowens, a Pittsford Mendon High School freshman and piano student at the Eastman Community Music School; and The Heritage Concert Choir (directed by Paulette Gissendanner) with pianist William Watson.
The Crimson Note Heritage Concert takes place Sunday, March 4, at Downtown United Presbyterian Church, 121 North Fitzhugh Street. 3 p.m. $20 general admission; $10 for those 17 and younger. Tickets available at Wegmans, online, and at the door. 234-2200; racdeltasigmatheta.org.