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African American Classical Music: From Reconstruction to the Civil Rights Movement with Writer and Violinist Rosalyn Story - Virtual Event


Southern Methodist University: Meadows School of the Arts - Division of Music

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Writer and violinist Rosalyn Story will present material from her Meadows music course “From Cotton Fields to Concert Halls: The African American Impulse in American Classical Music.” This 45-minute lecture will take place live via Zoom and will be followed by a brief question and answer session. Capacity is limited. Story is a member of the Fort Worth Symphony and a Dallas-based author whose works include Wading Home: A Novel of New Orleans, which was produced as an opera in 2015 in collaboration with composer Mary Alice Rich and numerous SMU Meadows faculty and students. The lecture is presented by the SMU Meadows Division of Music. Questions? Email [email protected].

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  • FREE!
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  • 214-768-2787
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  • Tuesday, April 13, 2021 @ 9:00 pm     2021-04-13 21:00:00 2021-04-14 00:00:00 America/Chicago African American Classical Music: From Reconstruction to the Civil Rights Movement with Writer and Violinist Rosalyn Story - Virtual Event //artandseek.org/calendar/event/106761/african-american-classical-music-from-reconstruction-to-the-civil-rights-movement-with-writer-and-violinist-rosalyn-story-virtual-event Southern Methodist University: Meadows School of the Arts - Division of Music, 6101 Bishop Boulevard, Owen Arts Center, Dallas, TX, 75205


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