|Music department presents lecture series by faculty|
The UND Music department presents a weekly lecture series. The presentations will be held in the Josephine Campbell Recital Hall of the Hughes Fine Arts Center on Tuesday nights from 7 to 8 p.m. These lectures are free and open to the public.
The schedule follows:
Sept. 29 - Musical Structures in Film - Dorothy Keyser
Oct. 6- From a Dark Millennium comes the Music of Amber: A Comparative Study of Two Works by Joseph Schwantner - James Popejoy
Oct. 13 - Music Therapy and Speech Disorders: From Brahm’s to Broca’s Area - Andrew Knight
Oct. 20 - The Words and Music of Sting - Christopher Gable
October 27 - An Analysis and Performance Guide for Six Marimba Works by Eric Sammut - Brian Pfeifer
Nov. 3 - A Speech Therapy Approach to Lyric Diction - Louise Pinkerton
Nov. 17 - “Women in Music” at the Atlanta Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 - Katherine Norman Dearden— *ROOM 164*
For further information, contact the Music department at 777-2644.
-- Tammy Mulske, Technology and Marketing Supervisor, Music, firstname.lastname@example.org, 777-3271