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Smith’s Music Department is a lively center of musical activity, with faculty members who offer a broad array of classroom courses in musical composition, western music history and literature, ethnomusicology, music theory, popular music and gender-feminist studies in music. Smith faculty offer performance courses in voice and a wide variety of instruments, and members of the department direct performance ensembles. The department boasts extraordinary practice facilities and a remarkable number of notable graduates who have led distinguished musical careers in performance, scholarship and the practical world of music.
Breathing Free: Art, Protest, and Radical Love
SmithArts and the Offices of the Provost and Alumnae Relations are pleased to present a screening of Heartbeat Opera’s Breathing Free, a visual album set to the music of Beethoven’s Fidelio, newly arranged Negro Spirituals, and songs by Black composers and lyricists on April 29 at 7pm. See the full event details here. The event is free, register here.
Spring Choral Showcase
The Smith College Glee Club and Chamber Singers share their recent collaboration with the Collegiate Chorale of Agnes Scott College in Georgia, one of the Seven Sisters of the South. The ensembles will be performing Go Down, Moses composed by Brittney Boykin, director of the Collegiate Chorale. The Spring Choral Showcase will premiere live on YouTube Thursday April 2. Register here
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