The University of Tennessee Southern is presenting a collaborative recital celebrating women’s History month on Thursday, March 30th at 7:00 PM in the Gault Fine Arts Recital Hall on the UT Southern campus. Admission is free with no tickets required.
Please join Dr. Peter Douglas, UT Southern Assistant Professor of Piano, and members of the English faculty for “Feminism in Music & Literature: A Collaborative Recital Celebrating Women’s History Month.” This recital will celebrate Women’s History month (the month of March) by featuring women composers and writers that were overshadowed by the male counterparts of their time. The Composers include Fanny (Mendelssohn) Hensel, Clara Schumann, and Lili Boulanger performed by Dr. Douglas. Writers include Dorothy Wordsworth, Louisa May Alcott, and Mary Austin presented Dr. George Cheatham, UT Southern Professor of Humanities & English, Dr. Judy Cheatham, UT Southern Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, and Dr. Brant Harwell, UT Southern professor, school of Arts & Humanities respectively.
Please join us for an evening highlighting the work of underrepresented yet deserving women and show your support for the University of Tennessee Southern School of Arts & Humanities. Again, admission is free with no tickets required.
The University of Tennessee Southern is an institution of higher education, originally formed under the name Martin Methodist College and founded in 1870. Offering associate, baccalaureate and graduate degrees, UTS is located on an historic campus in Pulaski, among the beautiful rolling hills of southern Middle Tennessee. The University of Tennessee Southern is convenient to both Nashville (70 miles north) and Huntsville, Alabama (40 miles south).