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Presented By: School of Music, Theatre & Dance

Diversity in Organ and Piano Music - Gender, Ethnicity, Disability

Multiple Concurrent Sessions

part of the Diversity & Belonging: Unsung Keyboard Stories Conference

Welcome! Mark Clague & Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra, U-M/Westfield Co-Chairs; Joyce Hunter, Deborah Meadows: verbal introduction to the African American Cultural and Historical Museum of Ann Arbor. Underground Railroad video

Moore Building, Britton Hall - Matt Bengtson, session chair
7:00 U-M Piano Studio concert
7:45 Alissa Freeman, “A New Liberation: Exploring the Works of Classical Era Women Composers” [Lecture-recital, Walter fortepiano]
8:15 Patricia García Gil, “Not Only Muses: Three Women Composers Linked to Spain” [Lecture-recital, Erard & Walter fortepianos]
8:45 Agnieszka Zick, “Emilie Mayer’s D-Minor Piano Sonata” [Lecture-recital, 1866 Erard]

Moore Building, Blanche Anderson Moore Hall (lowest level) - James Kibbie, session chair
7:00 U-M Organ Studio Recital
7:45 Olivia Adams, “Loud and Clear: The Piano Music of Black, Indigenous, and Women of Colour in Pedagogical and Performance Literature” [paper]
8:15 Andrew Meagher, "Game Changers: Visually Impaired Organists” [Lecture-recital]
8:45 Sarah Simko, “Living Voices” [Lecture-recital, C. B. Fisk organ]


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