Dr. Kathy Bullock is Professor Emeritus of music at Berea College, Berea, Kentucky where she worked for almost thirty years. She is also currently an Adjunct Professor of Music at University of Kentucky, School of Music. Having earned the Ph.D. and M.A. in Music Theory from Washington University in St. Louis, MO, and a B.A. in Music from Brandeis University, MA, her work has included teaching music and general studies courses, directing the college gospel choirs, designing and implementing international courses in West Africa and the Caribbean.  Dr. Bullock is now performing and conducting workshops in African American Sacred Music throughout the United States, Europe and Africa, sharing hope and joy during these challenging times.

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On My Journey Now: Black Women Composers Share Messages of Hope

Join us as we sing songs of inspiration and hope composed and arranged by African American Women, both past and present. Covering a variety of genres and time periods, the presentation will include songs by early gospel artists such as Rosetta Tharpe, by activists such as Nina Simone, by present-day neo-soul singers like India Arie and by classical and gospel composers such as Dr. Diane White-Clayton. We will honor extraordinary women, women who through their music represent a rich and vibrant heritage of African American music and culture. Offering hope, joy, healing and empowerment, this music, these songs will transcend barriers and uplift us all.

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