Dr. Emery Stephens (baritone), Pamela Wood (soprano) and Karen Harvey (Piano) present a lecture/recital tracing the origins of the African American spiritual. It starts 7 pm.
Emery Stephens is Assistant Professor of Voice in the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts at Wayne State University and Pamela Wood is MIT Senior Lecturer in Music.
Post event meet-up around 8:30 pm at Asgard Irish Pub & Restaurant: 350 Mass Ave.
Web site: web.mit.edu/mta
Open to: the general public
Hayden Memorial (music) Library (with large windows facing Memorial Drive) is a 7 min walk from Kendal Sq T station on Memorial Dr, overlooking Sheraton Hotel on the other side of the river (directly diagonal). Killian Hall is near the entrance of the Library. Kenny will be near the entrance of Killian Hall with a meetup sign until 6:55 pm with name tag stickers. We try to sit together in the middle. It is a smallish (cosy) Hall with 150 seats. Killian Hall is wheelchair accessible.
Kendal Sq T station -> Main St towards Legal Seafood ->left to Ames St - walk until Memorial Dr ->Hayden Memorial Library on your right. A slightly longer walk from Central Sq (Red Line) T station (Mass Ave -> Memorial Drive).
Sponsor(s): Music and Theater Arts
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Parking info for those driving:
Free parking is available in the lot behind the Bank of America ATM <http://whereis.mit.edu/?go=P16> at Mass Ave and Vassar Street (though it sometimes fills up on weeknights), or on the street.
No parking permit is required at this lot after 5 pm or on weekends. Metered street parking is free after 6 pm.