Raise Your Voice: A Social Justice Recital Exploring Violence Against Women Through the Ages

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It's even amazing to me all of the wonderful programs, research, performances and people we have here at the U who focus not just on doing great research, but the attitude of service, sharing and performance.


I know this is just before our last Protest Music event, but I hope many of you might be able to attend this free program as well - it promises to be very powerful, using music as a way to explore a critical social issue:

Raise Your Voice: A Social Justice Recital Exploring Violence Against Women Through the Ages


Wednesday, April 24th, 2013


Stoll Thrust Theatre, Rarig Center (west bank)

7:30 PM

Raise Your Voice is unique recital performance exploring issues of Violence Against Women through the ages via art song, text, dance and staging.

Singers Laura Hynes, Beth Bayley, Elizabeth Windnagel, Sara Yoder, and Lauren Feider will be joined by dancer Samantha Phillippi - the currently reigning Miss Minneapolis, guitarist Maja Radovanlija, and pianist Mijin Choi.

Repertoire includes songs by Libby Larsen, David Evan Thomas, William Bolcom, Kurt Weill, Leonard Bernstein, Germaine Tailleferre, Benjamin Britten, Jake Heggie, Aaron Copland, Ben Moore, and Reynaldo Hahn.

The show will take place in the Stoll Thrust Theatre at Rarig Center. Admission is free.

Raise Your Voice is unique recital performance exploring issues of Violence Against Women through the ages via art song, text, dance and staging.

Singers Laura Hynes, Beth Bayley, Elizabeth Windnagel, Sara Yoder, and Lauren Feider will be joined by dancer Samantha Phillippi - the currently reigning Miss Minneapolis, guitarist Maja Radovanlija, and pianist Mijin Choi.

Repertoire includes songs by Libby Larsen, David Evan Thomas, William Bolcom, Kurt Weill, Leonard Bernstein, Germaine Tailleferre, Benjamin Britten, Jake Heggie, Aaron Copland, Ben Moore, and Reynaldo Hahn.


This event is sponsored by a Community Engagement grant through the School of Music, and by the Aurora Center for Advocacy and Education.

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This a great and spectacular must attend event.

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