“Harnessing Sonic Energy for Protest and Healing”

  • Friday, December 1, 2017 • 4:00 pm
  • Music Classroom Building, Room 102
December 1, 2017 – 4:00pm
Music Classroom Building, Room 102
Department of Music Lecture: Dr. Koach Baruch Frazier, with moderator Sylvia Sukop

Koach Baruch Frazier, Au.D., is a healer and musician who is working towards the day everyone experiences liberation. He spends his days helping people reconnect with the world around them through better hearing and providing love and support through revolutionary listening. Dr. Frazier earned his undergraduate degree from Saint Louis University and his doctorate from Central Michigan University, and has over a decade of experience assessing hearing and treating hearing loss. Dr. Frazier has served on the boards of the Missouri GSA Network and the Central Reform Congregation (CRC), where he is also a cantorial soloist. His heart beats to the rhythm of tikvah, t’shuvah and tzedek. (photo by Kevin Hahn)

Sylvia Sukop is a 2018 MFA candidate in the Writing Program at Washington University in St. Louis. She writes on LGBTQIA* and African American history, among other themes. She has received several fellowships, including PEN Emerging Voices and Lambda Emerging Writers, and has been a Fulbright Scholar in Germany. Sukop has essays forthcoming in Creative Nonfiction (Fall 2017) and Southeast Review (early 2018). Previous essays have been published in the PEN anthology Strange Cargo (2010), the Heyday anthology LAtitudes: An Angeleno’s Atlas (2015), and the Lambda Literary anthology Emerge (2016). (photo by Bonnie S. Kaplan)

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