Agnes Mobley-Wynne, 25th Annual ODU Literary Festival
Diehn Fine and Performing Arts Center Chandler Recital Hall
Agnes Mobley-Wynne serves on the voice faculty at Old Dominion University as well as the Governor's School for the Arts. She is a member of the vocal quartet at Ohef Sholom Temple in Norfolk and has been a featured soloist with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Cantata Chorus, Norfolk Chamber Consort, Virginia Opera and the Continental Army Band, with whom she has recorded two compact discs.
Wednesday, October 2nd, 2002 at 8:00 p.m.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning poet gathers a group of dancers, musicians, translators, and singers to interpret works from around the world. Joining W. D. Snodgrass, who also won the Harold Morton Landon Award for Translation, are Steve Kelley, Frederick Lubich, Marilyn Marloff, Agnes Mobley-Wynne, Peter Schulman, Lee Teply, and others. Together they weave a matrix of forms and languages into a colorful cloth.
Mobley-Wynne, Agnes, "Agnes Mobley-Wynne, 25th Annual ODU Literary Festival" (2002). 25th Annual Literary Festival at ODU: September 30-October 5, 2002. 39.