This group presentation will reflect on the ways in which musicians and performing ensembles, from professionals to those at the educational, community and summer music camp level have creatively adapted during the current pandemic and are preparing for our new reality. Also explored will be how the performing arts survived the 1919 pandemic and what we can learn from that experience, how Black professional musicians are responding during the pandemic to recent developments in the anti-racism movement, and finally, how we can use this time to explore music new to us or old favorites and how we can support live performances now and in the future.
Panel discussion with Moderator Ashley Biser (Politics & Government), Suren Ambegaokar (Botany & Microbiology), Laurie Anderson (Botany & Microbiology), Nancy Gamso (Music), Carol Neuman de Vegvar (Fine Arts), Liz Nix (Nutrition), Michele Nobel (Education), Saif Rahman (Economics), Anne Sokolsky (Comparative Literature)
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