Virtual Arts Lecture Series Continues with Dr. Baljinder Sekhon, Assistant Professor of Composition at Penn State University

Published Wednesday, January 6, 2021
Continuing its series of virtual lectures given by prominent visual and performing artists this year, the Oakwood Arts Department will host Dr. Baljinder Sekhon, Assistant Professor of Composition at Penn State University. 
“Clearly knowing the power of sonority” (Philadelphia Inquirer), the music of Baljinder Sekhon has been presented in over 500 concerts in twenty countries. From works for large ensemble to solo works to electronic music, Sekhon's demonstrate a wide range of interests and styles. Sekhon’s compositions for saxophone and percussion instruments are widely recognized as pioneering work in those genres with numerous presentations, CD recordings, and guest lecture appearances.
 
Join us next Thursday January 14th at 7 PM via Zoom for the second speaker of our Arts Lecture series - all are welcome! 
 
Contact Arts Department Chair Ted Messerschmidt at tmesserschmidt@oakwoodfriends.org for Zoom meeting details.