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Butler School of Music Showcases Famous African American Musical Arranger for Black History Month Concert

Event: To commemorate Black History Month, the Butler School of Music, in partnership with Huston-Tillotson University, will present a free concert celebrating black composers of the past and present. When: 7:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 3 Where: Bates Recital Hall, MRH Building. Background: This is the sixth collaborative black composers concert performed by students from the…   » Continue Reading

Black History Month Story Ideas and Experts at The University of Texas at Austin

February marks the celebration of Black History Month, a remembrance of important people and events in African American history.

“When I Rise” Screening, Performance, Panel at The University of Texas at Austin

Event: The Graduate School, The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History and the Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music at The University of Texas at Austin will present a series of events to celebrate Black History Month and the premiere of "When I Rise," the award-winning documentary film about Barbara Smith Conrad, a gifted…   » Continue Reading

PBS’ Gwen Ifill Will Deliver Keynote Address at 13th Annual Barbara Jordan Forum, Feb. 19

Gwen Ifill, managing editor and moderator for PBS' "Washington Week" and senior correspondent for PBS' "The NewsHour," will deliver the keynote address at the 13th annual Barbara Jordan National Forum on Public Policy on Feb. 19 at the AT&T Conference Center.

Education Notes: Black History Month Experts

February marks the celebration of Black History Month, a remembrance of important people and events in African American history. Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin examine African American history and contemporary issues of race and equality from a variety of perspectives.

Black History Month Concert at Bates Hall; A Celebration of Black Composers and Arrangers

EVENT: The University of Texas at Austin School of Music and the Music Department at Huston-Tillotson University will present a free concert celebrating black composers of the past and present.