Centennial Lecture: Greg Sandow

Last Updated on Fri Mar 17 16:31:51 MDT 2017

Originally published Fri Mar 17 16:31:51 MDT 2017

By fjduran

UTEP Communications

Greg Sandow, an American music critic, composer, writer, consultant, Juilliard professor and public speaker, will speak about "The Future of Classical Music: How We Should Change" as part of The University of Texas at El Paso's Centennial Lecture Series. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Greg Sandow
Greg Sandow

Sandow is a graduate of Harvard University with a bachelor's degree in government, and of Yale University with a master's degree in composition. For many years, Sandow was best known as a music critic, both of classical and pop music, for such prestigious publications as The Village Voice, the New York Times Book Review, Opera News and the Wall Street Journal. He was also chief pop critic for the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, and was a senior music editor for Entertainment Weekly. Currently, Sandow blogs about the future of classical music on the ArtsJournal website, where he works to define major issues affecting classical music.

The Centennial Lecture Series invites noteworthy speakers to the UTEP campus to share their perspectives on a broad range of contemporary issues that are likely to impact our society, culture and lives in the years ahead.

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Date: Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time: 4 p.m.
Location: Undergraduate Learning Center, Room 106