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Livestream via YouTube
Featuring music by J.S. Bach, György Kurtág & Max Reger
Online via YouTube
"Standing Together" Series #6 - UMass Wind Ensemble
Samantha Fowler, graduate conductor (Raum)
Timothy T. Anderson, guest conductor (Vaughan Williams)
Matthew Westgate, director of wind studies
Elizabeth Raum: Mr. S.C. (2012) (Eric Montgomery, tuba soloist)
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Scherzo alla Marcia from Symphony No. 8 in D minor (1956)
Two virtual events (lecture and discussion) headlined by Dr. J. Blake Scott, Professor in the Department of Writing & Rhetoric at the University of Central Florida.Of interest to graduate students who are researching in medical humanities.
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Issues of social justice and equality have made their way to the headlines this past year, due in large part to the summer’s Black Lives Matter protests and the ongoing health disparities brought to light by the pandemic. But these are not new issues, nor will they go away after they fade from the news. UMass Amherst remains committed to addressing social justice issues and improving equity on and beyond campus.