Baltimore Colored Symphony Orchestra
The Baltimore Colored Symphony Orchestra was an orchestra based out of Baltimore, Maryland, established for African American musicians and audiences. It was founded in 1930, with a grant from the city, and began performing in 1932. Its leader was W. Llewellyn Wilson, a prominent local music educator and author.
- Baltimore Sun
- Schaaf, Elizabeth. "The Storm Is Passing Over". Peabody Institute. Retrieved March 23, 2008.
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