Chamber Music

UNC Chapel Hill Department of Music: African American Art Song

( Thu., Mar. 22, 2012 )

Hill Hall, Room 107, 145 E. Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC 27514




Related events on 3/22: 8:45am Person Recital Hall - Welcome: Terry Rhodes, Chair, UNC Music Department and Louise Toppin, Director, Videmus; 9:00-10:45am Person Recital Hall - The Future of African American Music Research and Scholarship - Moderator: Maurice Wheeler (University of North Texas), & Panelists: Marti Newland (Columbia University), William Banfield (Berklee College of Music), & Dwight Andrews (Emory University); 12:45-2:00pm Hill Hall, Room 107 - Keynote Address:T.J. Anderson, Professor Emeritus Tufts University & First Board President of Videmus, 1986; 2:00-3:00pm Hill Hall, Room 107 - Lecture: “Global Griot:  Herbie Hancock and the Shifting Context of Postmodernism in Jazz” - Presenter: Tammy Kernodle (Miami University of Ohio); & 3:30-5:30pm Hill Hall, Room 107 - Discussion/Concert:  Vocal Music of Early Art Song Composers Harry Burleigh, Nathaniel Dett, Clarence Cameron White and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor - Moderator: Jon Finson (UNC-Chapel Hill) & Presenters: Jean Snyder (Edinboro University), Roland Carter (University of Tennessee, Chattanooga) Regina McConnell (Emeritus, The University of Maryland/Catholic University), Gail Robinson-Oturu (Austin Peay University), Timothy Sparks (UNC-Chapel Hill) and Marvin Mills.



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Festival on the Hill


  • Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 5:30 PM