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Sound Perimeter: Absences and Stereotypes


For our first new Sound Perimeter of 2023, U of A music professor Lia Uribe explores the motifs of absence and stereotypes, featuring music from Black Violin and Carolina Heredia.

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Lia Uribe is the host of Sound Perimeter.
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