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Stella Sings (and Shakespeare Listens!): The Role of Music in the Sidney/Shakespeare Cultural Divide
Start Date: 4/3/2013Start Time: 4:00 PM
End Date: 4/3/2013End Time: 4:00 PM
Event Description
Sponsored by the CU Center for Western Civilization

Participant: Jeremy Smith (Music).  Stella Sings (and Shakespeare Listens!): A New View on the Role of Music in the Sidney/Shakespeare Cultural Divide

Throughout the spring of 2013, the University of Colorado at Boulder will be celebrating the work of William Shakespeare. A series of free events, occurring every Wednesday from January through May, will explore Shakespeare from all points of view: theater, film, history, poetry, literature, and more. Distinguished artists and scholars from CU and elsewhere will collaborate in bringing to life the ideas and writings of the English language's greatest author.
Location Information:
Main Campus - Norlin Library  (View Map)
1157 18TH ST
Boulder, CO
Room: 5th floor, Center for British and Irish Studies
Contact Information:
Phone: 303.492.4837
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This event is open to
  • Everyone
  • Ticket information:
    Free and open to the public
    For tickets:
    http://www.colorado.edu/cwc/shakes.html

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