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Thursday, October 17, 2019 6:30 PM
Friday, October 18, 2019 7:00 PM // Power Center

Preshow Talk:
“Black Opera in South Africa” with Naomi Andre

 

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In this pre-show talk, join UM Professor Naomi André, author of ‘Black Opera: History, Power, Engagement,’ in a public conversation of how Isango Ensemble has innovated the use of black artists and stories in South African opera.

10/17/19 6:30 PM
10/18/19 7:00 PM

Power Center

Preshow Talk:
“Black Opera in South Africa” with Naomi Andre

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In this pre-show talk, join UM Professor Naomi André, author of ‘Black Opera: History, Power, Engagement,’ in a public conversation of how Isango Ensemble has innovated the use of black artists and stories in South African opera.

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