Cheryl L. Keyes is Professor of Ethnomusicology and Chair of FAC for the Bunche Center for African American Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Mike Curb Institute for Music
Looking Forward to a Full Calendar of Events for the Mike Curb Institute at Rhodes College
Join the Mike Curb Institute for Music for an end-of-the-year celebration of the accomplishments of the Curb Institute and Curb Fellows. The block party will take place at the Mike Curb Institute for Music (Harris Lodge). Stop by after class or on your way home from work to tour and learn more about the Curb Institute and how you can become a part of it. The afternoon will feature live music by student musicians, presentations by Curb Fellows, and a light reception with free food and drinks! Feel free to drop in at any point! Free and open to the public.
The Mike Curb Institute for Music and the Germantown Performing Arts Center are pleased to present "The Great Flood," a film by Bill Morrison and live soundtrack performance by the Bill Frisell Quartet. Tickets are $25 ($12 for students) and available online at http://www.rhodes.edu/content/great-flood-film-bill-morrison-music-bill-.... The event also features musicians Ron Miles, Tony Sherr, and Kenny Wollesen.
The Rhodes MasterSingers Chorale with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra will perform "An American Requiem" by James DeMars and "Lux Aeterna" by Morten Lauridsen. William Skoog is conductor.
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at Evergreen Presbyterian Church (613 University Street) and is sponsored by Rhodes' Mike Curb Institute for Music. Tickets are $15; $10 Rhodes faculty and staff; $5 students with I.D.
Rhodes will present an Evening of Parisian Jazz including a lecture by Making Jazz French author Jeffrey H. Jackson and music performed by local band Le Tumulte Noir. Free and open to the public, the event begins at 6 p.m. in Hardie Auditorium of Palmer Hall on campus. French themed hors d'oeuvres will be served.
Celebrating the extraordinary students who fill our classrooms, residence halls, and dining facilities.
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