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Music and the Visionary: Barbara Croall’s Thoughts and Music

Posted in Arts & Culture, Indigenous
Sep 27, 2019

Barbara Croall is a celebrated Odawa First Nation composer and recording artist.

Part of the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series (FARLS) in Music

Friday, Sept. 27
7:30–9 pm
Quance Theatre, Education Building, 28 Campus Dr.

Free and open to the public

This first FARLS event of the 2019-20 season will occur in conjunction with a conference being hosted by the Department of Music: Music and the Visionary.

Barbara Croall is a celebrated Odawa First Nation (Giniw dodem, Manidoo Mnissing) composer and recording artist. Her presentation will focus on her approach to composition, and will feature live music.

Info: amanda.lalonde@usask.ca

 

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