Date(s) - 04/19/2022
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Hatch Recital Hall
Born in 1887 in Little Rock, Arkansas to extraordinary parents, Florence B. Price became the first African-American woman to have her music performed by a major orchestra when the Chicago Symphony premiered her Symphony No. 1 in E Minor at the 1933 World’s Fair. Price’s remarkable achievements during the Jim Crow era are testament to her perseverance and musical gifts. This is the inspiring story of one woman’s triumph over racism and discrimination. Photo courtesy of the Special Collections Department of the University of Arkansas Libraries.
The film screening and lecture are free and open to the public, but tickets are required.
Because of limited seating capacity in Hatch Hall, we urge you to get your tickets ASAP.