Tikkun.

Laura_Kaminsky_9Do you know what this Hebrew word means? It means “repair” or “heal,” and it’s the name of a cool faculty trio here at Augie of faculty Nina Ehrlich (cello), Deborah Dakin (viola) and Robert Elfline (piano). Headlining their upcoming recital is a piece by composer Laura Kaminsky, who will be on campus for this event. Kaminsky’s piece, “And Trouble Came: An African AIDS Diary,” composed while Kaminsky was living in Ghana 1in 1993, and later revised in 1996, revolves around the stories of people living with AIDS and incorporates spoken narrative. English professor Paul Olson will read the poems, Biblical passages, and diary entries interspersed with music. This exciting and unique recital promises to be moving and educational. See the library’s display on 2nd floor for more information and see you at the recital: Tuesday, September 24, 8:00 p.m. in Wallenberg Hall.

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