Luyben Music: A Celebration

April 6, 2022 5:00 pm
Miller Nichols Library | Room 325
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Hosted by Annette Luyben; Interim Dean Andrew Granade, UMKC Conservatory; Dr. Alison DeSimone, Associate Professor of Musicology; UMKC LaBudde Special Collections; and students from the UMKC Conservatory’s Advanced Research & Bibliography class. Please join us in celebrating the history of Luyben Music, a Kansas City institution.

As part of this event, students from the UMKC Conservatory’s Advanced Research & Bibliography class will showcase specific items from the Luyben Collection, newly donated to UMKC’s LaBudde Special Collections.

There will be refreshments from 5-6:30. Annette Luyben and students will give short remarks at 5:30. Otherwise, come browse the collection and celebrate Luyben Music’s impact on Kansas City!

Parking is metered in the lot north of the Miller Nicholas Library; you will need a smart phone in order to download the AMP Park App to pay for your spot. 

If you would like free parking, please contact the library for a temporary parking pass: UMKC Libraries Administrative Services umkcula@umkc.edu or 816-235-1531. If you need accessible parking, please contact the library.

For questions pertaining to this event, reach us at (816) 235-2859 or email Alison DeSimone at desimonea@umkc.edu.

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