Presented by the
University of Rochester Alumni Board
C. Tyrone Allen ’17E
Kelly Hall-Tompkins ’93E
Nabaté Isles ’99E
and moderated by
Isrea Butler ’04E, ’06E (MM)
Music fills our souls, especially during a time of such unrest and uncertainty. Join us for what will prove to be an enlightening and inspiring Experience Rochester music-focused event. Our panel is comprised of four accomplished Eastman School of Music alumni who’ve performed everywhere from Broadway to Carnegie Hall to homeless shelters. Each has a distinct perspective on equity, access, and being a person of color in the world of music. Learn about their experiences, the challenges they’ve overcome, and the joy of being a musician. Not only will you gain insights from their perspectives, you will get to hear a brief performance from each alumnus.
We kindly ask that you register in advance by clicking the "Register Here" button. If you have a question you would like to share with our speakers in advance, please include it on your form when you register.
A link to join the lecture will be sent prior to the start of the session.
Thursday, October 8 at 12:00pm to 1:00pmVirtual Event