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Sound Perimeter: Color, Light and Beauty

clockwise from top left: Julie Cooper, British composer ; Adriana Verdie, Argentinian composer ; Lyrique Quintette (2018); Botticelli, The Birth of Venus
Clockwise from top left: Julie Cooper, British composer; Adriana Verdie, Argentinian composer; Lyrique Quintette (2018); Botticelli, The Birth of Venus.

This week, Lia Uribe, University of Arkansas Music Department professor and chair, explores colors, light and beauty, as portrayed in pieces by composers Julie Cooper and Adriana Verdie performed by Ensemble Oculus and the Lyrique Quintette.

Lia Uribe is the host of Sound Perimeter.
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