Old Weird America: Music as Democratic Speech

Stanley Crouch with Greil Marcus

Wednesday 12 September, 2012
6:30pm, $5

New School, Lang Building
65 West 11 Street, Floor 5, Wollman Hall

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Stanley Crouch is a columnist for the New York Daily News. As a jazz critic and a critic of America, his books include Notes of a Hanging Judge, The Artificial White Man, The All-American Skin Game, or, The Decoy of Race, and the novel Don’t the Moon Look Lonesome. The first part of his two-volume biography of Charlie Parker will be published later this fall. Moderated by Greil Marcus.

As a part of his course “Old Weird America: Music as Democratic Speech” distinguished visiting professor Greil Marcus curates and hosts 4 events connected to the mission of the Riggio Honors Program: Writing and Democracy and the rich intersections of writing, music and cultural criticism.
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