Public Talk: Music and HIV/AIDS: Music and HIV/AIDS: A Look at Then and Now

Join the American Music Research Center for this interdisciplinary discussion on the intersection of public health and music. At 5:30 p.m., Houston-based musicologist Matthew J. Jones presents "Love Don't Need a Reason: The Life and Music of Michael Callen," connecting the singer-songwriter and activist's music with the larger AIDS movement, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Then at 6:15 p.m., CU Director of Vocal Pedagogy John Seesholtz presents "The Lost Songs of the AIDS Quilt Songbook," a musical response to the shame surrounding the outbreak of the HIV virus.

This free event will be presented virtually at cupresents.org/performance/11805/cu-music/public-talk/

Monday, October 12 at 5:30pm

Imig Music, Virtual
1020 18th Street, Boulder, CO 80309

Audience

General Public

College, School & Unit

Music

Tags

jazz, film, dance, theatre, chamber music, musicology, New Music, Classical Music, world music, Popular Music, musicals, Livestream, Opera and Choral, American Music Research Center

Website

https://cupresents.org/performance/11...

Cost

Free or pay what you can

Group
CU Presents
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