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The Dept. of Theatre & Dance presents Lest We Forget: Black Memphis History Through Dance/Theatre – an all-outdoors, socially-distant theatre experience

While most theatres have gone on hiatus, the University of Memphis Department of Theatre & Dance proudly to announce the second show in its ongoing Jubilee Season — Lest We Forget: Black Memphis History Through Dance/Theatre.   This outdoor performance, a combination of dance and theatre, explores 120 years of…

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School of Music to host 5th Annual Memphis International Piano Festival and Competition virtually this fall

The Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music will host the 5th Annual Memphis International Piano Festival and Competition in a fully virtual format on October 16-18. This year’s Annual Memphis International Piano Festival and Competition is comprised of a piano competition for ages 4-19 featuring cash prizes, a virtual collegiate…

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Crosstown Radio Partnership Announces New Call Letters, Branding, Hires

A new, non-commercial radio partnership, aimed at amplifying the voices of individuals in the Mid-South, is set for launch on 91.7 FM and online in early fall. The station’s call letters, WYXR, symbolize the station’s commitment to community. WYXR, which stands for “Your Crosstown Radio,” serves as a nod to Crosstown Concourse,…

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Journalism and Strategic Media students launch “Life in Quarantine” podcast

Students with The University of Memphis Department of Journalism and Strategic Media have launched a new podcast series titled “Life in Quarantine: Our Stories from the New Plague.” The new podcast, which was developed under the guidance of Assistant Professor of Journalism and Strategic Media Robby Byrd as part of…

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