Events at Towson University

The Redoubtable Dons Presentation: Aaron Ziegel, Music “Overlooked Legacies of Baltimore’s Musical Romanticism:   Reclaiming Arthur Clifton and Asger Hamerik.”

The Redoubtable Dons Presentation: Aaron Ziegel, Music “Overlooked Legacies of Baltimore’s Musical Romanticism: Reclaiming Arthur Clifton and Asger Hamerik.”

Celebrating their thirtieth anniversary, the Redoubtable Dons are a gathering of faculty, administrators, retirees, and staff who share scholarly, creative, and cultural interests in a non-specialized way with colleagues from across the university.  From accounting to zoology, everyone is welcome, for the Dons strive to make our large campus smaller and its collegiality stronger.

Aimed at members of the university community whose curiosity carries them beyond the perimeters of their specializations, talks to the Dons are learned but not arcane, brisk but not rushed, challenging but clear.

New this year is the old “clubhouse.”  The Dons will now return to the historic Auburn House (1790), their haunt back in the last century. Speakers need no longer compete with canned music, and—hooray, hooray!—complimentary spirits and snacks will be provided.

 

Seating is limited to 25.  Please RSVP to promotionsandevents@towson.edu at least three days before the event, so that we can arrange seating and refreshments. 

Parking is available in Lot 21. Those without a TU permit will need to purchase a code at the visitor kiosk in front of the Towson Center. An ADA accessible entrance is located at the back of the house.

For more information, a list of previous talks, or to volunteer a presentation,
contact George Hahn, English, at 4-5198 or ghahn@towson.edu.

Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 3:30pm to 5:30pm

Auburn House
Auburn House, Towson University, Towson, MD 21252, USA

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