Galbraith Lecture to feature distinguished composer Kevin Allen
The University of St. Thomas-Houston is grateful to Alex and Martha Galbraith for illuminating hearts and minds through an upcoming lecture featuring Kevin Allen, a highly regarded composer of opera, chamber and orchestral music. At 7 p.m., Nov. 30, in UST’s Jones Hall Auditorium, Kevin Allen will present “How Shall We Sing the Lord’s Song in a Foreign Land?”
Allen has developed a unique reputation as a composer of church music for the Roman Rite. His works, both sacred and secular, have been performed in churches and concert halls throughout the U.S. and Europe. He is the choirmaster of the Holy Cross in Chicago as well as the founding director of the Collins Consort, the American Composer’s Project, and the Schola Immaculata.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear thoughts from a music composer of great distinction. This event is free and open to the public.
About the Galbraiths
Alex and Martha Galbraith are long-time advocates and supporters of Catholic liberal arts education. The Nov. 30 lecture is a potent reflection of the Galbraith family’s dedication to the idea that great books, great art, great teaching, and great ideas are essential components of the good life.