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Reckoning with racism: How small arts organizations can be a force for change in classical music
Please join us for a roundtable discussion with five distinguished panelists as we discuss their personal experiences in the classical music industry - as well as actionable ways in which small arts organizations can be a force for anti-racism in the classical world from the ground up. The discussion will be followed by an audience Q&A via chat.

Panelists:
Vincent L. Danner, Conductor and Lecturer*
Dr. William LaRue Jones, Professor of Music/Director of Orchestral Studies, University of Iowa
Chelsea Tipton, II, Principal Pops Conductor of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra & Music Director of the Symphony of Southeast Texas
Carlos Simon, Award-winning composer & Assistant Professor at Georgetown University
Veronica Jackson, Orchestra Director - T.C. Williams High School, Clinician, Violinist

Hosted by:
Victoria Gau, Artistic Director and Conductor of the Capital City Symphony

*Our sincere thanks to Vincent Danner, who has generously provided his time as a consultant for this event.

Jul 23, 2020 07:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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