Black Composers of the 16th - 19th Centuries

The Music of and Narration from the Lived Experiences of Black European composers

Presented by Dr. Arne Spohr

Dr. Spohr employs the music of and narration from the lived experiences of Black European composers from the 16th to 19th century, such as Vicente Lusitano, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Ignatius Sancho, and Thomas Emidy, to shed light on the rich contributions of Black people to European culture.

Presented in partnership with BGSU's Institute for the Study of Culture & Society (ICS).

Categories: Cultural History & Heritage Library

Tags: Free Adults All Community Music


Date:

18 April, 2019

Start Time:

7 pm

Location:

Atrium

251 N. Main St.

Bowling Green

43402


Organizer Information

Name:

Wood County District Public Library (WCDPL) Bowling Green

Phone Number:

419-352-5104

Website:

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