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‘60s symposium on Music’ at CVPA on Friday

Photo of the music buildingA full day of “Music, Gender and Protest in the 1960s” will be held at UNCG April 5. It will be a symposium with two concerts:

The three events:

Music, Gender and Protest in the 1960s: A Symposium with Concerts (Part I- The Sing Along)

April 5 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm, Double Oaks Bed and Breakfast, 204 N. Mendenhall Street – Free

Music was a crucial form of expression for the contestatory voices of the 1960s across the various liberation, rights, and protest movements and their successor movements. The symposium will be bookended by two concerts, this noontime, first concert a brown-bag “hootenanny”-style, informal one with opportunities for audience participation.

Music, Gender and Protest in the 1960s: A Symposium with Concerts (Part II- The Symposium) Keynote by Dr. Tammy Kernodle

April 5 @ 2:30 pm – 7:00 pm, Collins Lecture Hall, School of Music, Free

Photo of Dr. Tammy Kernodle

Dr. Kernodle

The Keynote Address, “My Name is Peaches!!!!  Black Women’s Anger and its Dissemination through 60’s Black Popular Music,” will be given by Dr. Tammy Kernodle, Professor of Musicology at the at Miami University of Ohio.

Music, Gender, and Protest in the 1960s: A Symposium with Concerts (Part III- The Evening Concert)

April 5 @ 8 pm – Recital Hall, School of Music 

UNCG Old Time Ensemble

Christen Blanton, director

 

John Cage’s Indeterminacy

Gilfred Fray, Piano

[Five readers]

 

Songs by Malvina Reynolds and Joan Baez

Lyndsey Swann, soprano

Adam Ricci, piano

 

Music for Yoko Ono’s “Cut Piece”

Lihuen Sirvent