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Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State


“The Reflection Project: Looking at Who WE ARE,” the theme for a group of interdomain general-education courses sponsored by the Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State and funded by The Andrew W.

Center for the Performing Arts Director Sita Frederick will discuss her raison d’etre in a special episode of “Meeting the Moment with Michael Mwenso.”

Starting on January 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves in America, but this news didn’t reach Texas until more than two years later.

“In our globalized, computerized world, music can bring us awareness of who we are, our history and our values, and our connection to nature. I bring what my grandfather poured into me,” said Rapa Nui-based musician Yoyo Tuki.

Musician and activist Anthony McGill is the featured soloist in the next episode of Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s “Front Row: National.”