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Women Trailblazers in music montage

Women Trailblazers in Music
Noteworthy Composers

A FILM BY JUDITH LYNN STILLMAN
12 centuries of music by women composers
brought to life by 25 artists

November 4, 2021, 7:30 p.m.
Sapinsley Hall in the Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts

 

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Jeanine Kane
Judith Lynn Stillman
Becky Bass
Jeanine Kane
Judith Lynn Stillman
Becky Bass as Florence Price
music_video

Tickets for "Women Trailblazers in Music" Nov. 4, 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are available for Judith Lynn Stillman's movie premiere and a short live chamber music concert. This event is free to the public, but you must reserve a ticket in advance to enter, as capacities may be limited due to social distancing. Tickets ordered online are free, but please be aware that they will still have handling fees. Donations welcome at the door.

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Upcoming Events

RIC Chamber Orchestra's second concert of the Fall semester. Conductor, John Sumerlin. Program to be determined. Admission is free.

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RIC Jazz Ensemble's Fall concert. Joseph Foley Director. Special guest artist Greg Abate Program to be determined.

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