Are you Interested in Romanian Folk Music?


Daniel Roy, News Editor

The University of Hartford emphasizes the importance of highlighting every individual’s cultural identity throughout the daily happenings of campus life.

This Tuesday April 4th from 7:30 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. UHART student Gia Spiotti’s, months of research, funding, and arrangement of her recital of “First Generation Identity and Romanian Folk Song,” comes full circle for students interested in learning more about Gia’s own identity, and the play of folk song on her daily life as a woman of Romanian ancestry in the United States.

Support for this work was given by the Dorothy Goodwin Scholars program, on behalf of the charitable donations of Dorothy Goodwin.

This recital was also sponsored by UHART’s Women’s Advancement Initiative in an effort to highlight the legacy of women throughout our campus and honor their hard work and unique identities they bring to our campus.

This recital will take place in the Berkman Recital Hall. Any and all students and faculty are welcome to partake in this event!

For further inquiry on the “First Generation Identity and Romanian Folk Song,” recital, please contact Gia at her email address, [email protected]

We hope to see you there!