Latin IS America: Musique 21, Pan Americanism “Revisited & Re-imagined”

Venue: Fairchild Theatre, MSU Auditorium

Carlos Andres Botero, musical ambassador of the Houston Symphony. Carol Hess, professor of music, University of California, Davis.

Pan Americanism “Revisited & Re-imagined”

As part of the MSU 2018 Latin IS America Festival, composition faculty Ricardo Lorenz joins forces with guest conductor Carlos Botero and University of California-Davis musicologist Carol Hess in order to recreate the historic programs offered by the Pan American Association of Composers during the first decades of the 20th century. This Musique 21 concert will include rarely performed works by PAAC members Silvestre Revueltas, Ruth Crawford Seeger, Henry Cowell, and Edgar Varese.

Generously sponsored by Sam and Mary Austin is generously sponsored by the MSU Alumni Association.

$10 adults; $8 seniors; free for students and those under 18 with valid ID

The Latin IS America event series is supported through a grant from the MSU Office for inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives and coordinated by the MSU College of Music.

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Pan Americanism “Revisited & Re-imagined”
Co-hosted by the MSU Musicology Area

Lecture: 4/22 at 4 p.m. Rethinking Silvestre Revueltas’s Mexicaness: Struggles against Nationalist Picturesque-ism, Dr. Roberto Kolb, 103 Music Practice Building, free.

Panel Discussion: 4/22 at 6 p.m. Convergence/Divergence: Exploration of U.S. and Latin America Relations through Music, Dr. Stephanie Stallings with MSU faculty and guests, 103 Music Practice Building, free.

Lecture: 4/23 at 4 p.m. Representing the Good Neighbor: Music, Difference and the Pan American Dream, Dr. Carol Hess, 245 Music Building, free.

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