Tuesday, February 19, 2019 / 5:45-6:45 PM / 3500 Mountain Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94619
Join us at Holy Names University of Oakland for an APPSI Speaker Series event
presented in partnership with HNU Cushing Library and the San Francisco Opera Education Department
"What Did Women Sing?"
Operatic Singers and the Evolution of Female Vocal Roles
Dr. Laura Stanfield Prichard
Visiting Researcher in Music and Dance History, Harvard University
Editor, Musikproduction Höflich, Munich
Introductions will begin by 5:40 pm
5:45-6:45 pm Illustrated Lecture + Audience Q&A
6:45-7:15 pm Informal Reception
Holy Names University (HNU) is located at 3500 Mountain Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94619. This event will be held in the Glass Lounge at the HNU Paul J. Cushing Library. Click on the following links for driving directions and campus map. (Cushing Library is marked "F" on the map.) Please note that on-campus parking is limited. Parking spaces may be available along the main drive circling campus, in the "Main Parking Lot" about 150 feet past the entry gate, in the "Lower Parking Lot" on the north side of campus, and also outside the campus gate on Mountain Boulevard.
This event is presented by the Asia Pacific Peace Studies Institute (APPSI) in partnership with the HNU Cushing Library and the San Francisco Opera Education Department. Co-sponsors include the HNU Integrative Studies Across Cultures (ISAC) program, HNU Kodály Center, and HNU Politics & History program.
Inquiries can be directed to Dr. Chiho Sawada (email@example.com), executive director of the Asia Pacific Peace Studies Institute & associate professor of politics and history