This spring, composer Gabriela Lena Frank was the focus of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s annual “Music in Color” series of free community and school concerts in all five boroughs of New York City. From March 19 to April 7, Frank curated selections from her own string quartets, as well as a piece by Chou Wen-Chug, whose works have inspired Frank. The Orchestra of St. Luke’s premiered new works it had co-commissioned, composed by Fellows of the Gabriela Lena Frank Creative Academy of Music: Anjna Swaminathan, Matthew Evan Taylor, Marco-Adrián Ramos, Iman Habibi, and Christine Delphine Hedden. Frank, who is also a pianist, performed at the free school concerts alongside the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, conducted by Edwin Outwater. The “Music in Color” concert tour, in its third year, highlights the works and lives of classical composers of color. The Orchestra of St. Luke’s education and community engagement programs reach more than 11,000 New York City public school students each year.