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Music & Meaning

Date: 7:30pm PDT March 30, 2016 Location: Agnes Flanagan Chapel

Agnes Flanagan Chapel

Music is a powerful and vital part of our lives, whether we produce it ourselves or experience it through the performances of others. It has the power to transport us, profoundly move us, galvanize and organize us. “Music & Meaning” is a concert that will explore several compelling questions that surround our perceptions of and relationships with music. The Lewis & Clark Music Department presents “Music & Meaning” on March 30, 2016, at 7:30 pm in the Agnes Flanagan Chapel, with psychiatrist and pianist Constance Jackson and assistant professor of music, pianist Susan DeWitt Smith. Joining them will be members of the Oregon Symphony, University of Oregon music faculty, and musicians from the Portland area, who, along with Susan and Constance, will be performing works by Mozart, Max Bruch, Bill Douglas, Nino Rota and Brahms. Reception to follow.

 

$10 General Admission

$5 LC Faculty, Staff, Seniors & Alumni

FREE for LC Students (with ID)

Event Cost

$10 General Admission

$5 LC Faculty, Staff, Seniors & Alumni

FREE for LC Students (with ID)