|UND Music presents Faculty Lecture Series|
The Department of Music is presenting a series of seven faculty lectures Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. in the Josephine Campbell Recital Hall, Hughes Fine Arts Center. The series reflects a variety of faculty interests and expertise, with topics such as instrumental jazz, vocal and choral performance, music education and therapy, musicology, and composition. Michael Blake began the lectures Sept. 30 with "The Creation and the Reharmonization of a Jazz Standard." Joshua Bronfman presented "Five Pictures from the Bible: Composer, Commissioner, and Work" Oct. 7. Therese Costes will present "Music Therapy in North Dakota" Oct. 14; Michael Wittgraf, "The Natural Habitat of the Academic Composer," Oct. 21; Royce Blackburn, "The Musical Characterization of Irony in Dominick Argento's The AndrÃ©e Expedition," Oct. 28; Gary Towne, "Music and Civic Pride: Musical Institutions in Medieval and Renaissance Bergamo," Nov. 4; and Katherine Norman Dearden, "Florence Clinton Sutro Remembered," Nov. 18. All lectures are free and open to the public.
For further information, contact the music office at 777-2644.
-- Tammy Mulske, Technology and Marketing Supervisor, Music, firstname.lastname@example.org, 777-2644