Event Details

Music at the Close

Time: April 20, 2016 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Hannon Library
Street: 1290 Ashland Street
City/Town: Ashland Oregon
Website or Map: http://hanlib.sou.edu
Phone: 541-552-6816
Event Type: music, and, lecture
Organized By: Lenn & Dixie Hannon Library
Latest Activity: Apr 20, 2016

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Event Description

In honor of the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare, SOU’s Hannon Library will host an afternoon of Shakespearean highlights, featuring Geoff Ridden, on April 20, 2016 at 4 P.M. in the Meese Room.

 

Geoff Ridden is an actor, musician, and Shakespeare scholar. Ridden will discuss and perform music from Shakespeare’s plays. Following the presentation, Hannon Library’s Special Collections will offer a viewing of Shakespeare’s Second Folio of 1632 and Fourth Folio of 1685. Other treasures from the Margery Bailey Collection will be displayed, including sixteenth-century histories of the British Isles. Also on display will be a costume from an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production of As You Like It.

 

Sponsored by the Friends of Hannon Library, this event is free and open to the public. Free parking will be available in the lot behind the library. For more information, contact Hannon Library at [email protected] or 541-552-6816.

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