William J. Zick is a retired administrative law judge for the Michigan Employment Security Commission and a former training officer for the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. His Juris Doctor degree is from Detroit College of Law, while his M.A. In Political Science is from Wayne State University and his degree in History and English is from the University of Michigan Flint. The Detroit native maintains a website and blog on African Heritage in Classical Music.
Charles Lucièn Lambert Sr. (1828-1896)
Charles Lucièn Lambert, Sr., also known as Lucièn Lambert, Sr., was an internationally prominent classical musician and composer, and part of the middle generation of acclaimed Lambert musical artists. Both his father, Charles-Richard Lambert, and his son, Lucièn-Léon Guillaume Lambert, had distinguished careers in classical … Read MoreCharles Lucièn Lambert Sr. (1828-1896)