Spring 2019 Meeting

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LYRIC, LEGENDS, AND THE FEMALE VOICE

CCA SOUTH SPRING MEETING   SATURDAY, MAY 4 9:00am-12:30pm

California State University-Long Beach, Anatol Center Conference Room, AS Building


Program Time: 9:30-12:30

Continental Breakfast at 9:00am

WE ARE EXCITED TO WELCOME FOUR GUEST SPEAKERS FOR A VERY EXCITING PROGRAM!

Dr. Emily Hauser, Lecturer in Classics from the University of Exeter and author of a trilogy including For the Immortal, will present a talk via video conference from UK on her thoughts on Reception of Myth and her recent reflections on Roman Women.

Bettina Joy de Guzman, Classics teacher and musician, will offer a presentation on Ancient Music and a live performance on two lyres. Ms. De Guzman has been interviewed on Greek TV, recorded and performed ancient music at classical sites. She conducted research at numerous museums, and recently collaborated with Dr. Nikos Xanthoulis.

Dr. Nikos Xanthoulis, composer, artistic consultant at the Greek National Opera, and correspondent member of AIA, will offer a brief performance and a chance for Q and A on Ancient Music via video-conference from Athens, Greece.

Dr. Andromache Karanika, Associate Professor in Classics from the University of California-Irvine and author of Voices at Work; Women, Performance and Labor will speak on her current interests, including wedding songs and poetics, the interactions of lyric and epic, as well as women in myth and legend.
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