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- The Keighton Fund of Curry College presents: 'Delights thy Mind May Move: An Evening of British and American Song'
The Keighton Fund of Curry College presents: 'Delights thy Mind May Move: An Evening of British and American Song'
November 5, 2012
Hafer Academic Building, Parents' Lounge
The Keighton Fund of Curry College proudly presents Delights thy Mind May Move: An Evening of British and American Song, on Monday, November 5 at 7:00 p.m. in the Parents' Lounge of the Hafer Academic Building. A reception will follow.
Soprano Beth Canterbury and Pianist Mathew Larson, Ph.D. will perform. Works will include excerpts from the Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare; and poems by various American and British writers including: Robert Browning, William Byrd, Mary E. Coleridge, W.H. Davis, C. Marlowe, Thomas Shadwell, and Edith Stilwell. This musical celebration is complimentary, however, seating is limited.
For more information, please call (617) 333-2148.
The Keighton Fund was established in 1990 by the Pines Bridge Foundation and named for Dr. Robert L. Keighton, an active and dedicated Professor of Politics and History who has been teaching at Curry College for more than 45 years. The purpose of the fund is "to provide lectures and performances at Curry College by individuals who are prominent in the fields of academics, arts, sciences and public service."