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THE ROZSA CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AND MICHIGAN TECH MUSIC PRESENT
SAMANTHA EGE IN CONCERT
"Samantha Ege's work on the music of Florence Price has already been revelatory. This is memorable music, beautifully played. Ege's playing is faultless." - International Piano Magazine
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Homage: Women Composers and the Black Renaissance
Internationally recognized pianist Dr. Samantha Ege brings her technical mastery and determination to give marginalized composers their rightful voice to a recital focusing on the importance of the 20th-century Black Renaissance. The impact of the Black Renaissance, which unfolded in the United States in the first half of the 20th century, is just as significant as other classical music periods, but has been considerably less represented on stage. Throughout her performance, Dr. Ege will be, in the words of a BBC Music Magazine review, an ‘accomplished and absorbing guide’.
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Dr. Samantha Ege is an award-winning researcher, internationally recognized concert pianist, and renowned public speaker. She belongs to a new generation of practitioners who are redefining classical music and illuminating the diversity of its past, present, and future.
Michigan Tech Music has a long history of high-quality music ensembles open to students from all majors on campus. Its composition program, bands, orchestra, jazz, and choral ensembles expose students, faculty, and the community to the artistic and communicative values of music and the power it has to change lives. Each group performs regularly in the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts and in venues in the community.
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This program/lecture is partially funded/sponsored by the Visiting Professor Program which is funded by a grant to the Office of the Provost from the State of Michigan's King-Chavez-Parks Initiative.
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