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Sound Perimeter: Until You Are Perfectly Free

L to R: Celka Ojagankas, composer; Bantam Trio; Inbal Segev, cellist; Anna Clyne, composer
From left to Right: Celka Ojagankas, Bantam Trio, Inbal Segev and Anna Clyne, composer.

This week, Lia Uribe, associate professor and chair of the University of Arkansas Music Department, helps us kick off Women's History Month with an intentional reflection on women in music. Featuring music and performances by composers Celka Ojakangas and Anna Clyne, performed by Bantam Winds and Inbal Segev.

Lia Uribe is the host of Sound Perimeter.
Timothy Dennis is KUAF's strategic technical planner and producer for Ozarks at Large.
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