Student Activities, Dean of the College, and Chaplaincy present
Music, Choice, and Consequence:
Thoughts on Artistic Decision-Making in the Early 21st Century
Thursday, February 20, 2014
A contemplation and contemporary contextualization of processes and impact of selection in music as revealed in the moral dilemma of contemporary African-American commercial music.
ANTHONY M. KELLEY
Anthony Kelley joined the Duke University music faculty in 2000 after serving as Composer-in-Residence with the Richmond Symphony for three years under a grant from Meet the Composer. His recent work (like his soundtracks for the H. Lee Waters/Tom Whiteside film "Conjuring Bearden"  Dante James's film, "The Doll" , Josh Gibson's "Kudzu Vine" ) explores music as linked with other media, arts, and sociological phenomena.
In 2011, Kelley was the winner of Duke's Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award.
He has served as Director of Undergraduate Studies in Duke's Department of Music since his appointment to the post in Fall, 2012.
For more information, call 845-752-4775, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Olin Hall
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