Professor Quinton Morris, director of the chamber and instrumental music program in the Fine Arts Department, will present on entrepreneurship for young artists on June 23, 2013. The presentation is part of TEDxSeattle. TEDxSeattle, a locally organized event affiliated with the national office, features prominent thinkers across the disciplines.
“I am very excited to have been selected to speak on such a prestigious series. TED is known all over the world and I’m thrilled to be able to share my knowledge with a broader audience,” Morris said.
In addition to his teaching and concerts on campus, Morris has just completed a world tour where he presented chamber music recitals and student master classes in France, South Africa, and The Netherlands.
Morris’s presentation takes place at on June 23 at the Seattle Children’s Theatre. Details about the daylong TEDxSeattle are here.
"This year we are bringing to the stage pioneers in entrepreneurship, medicine, personal growth, technology, and music, as part of a high-quality program that will elevate conversations locally, and around the world,” said Barrie Cohen, Co-Curator of TEDxSeattle.
The College of Arts and Sciences, the largest college in Seattle University, offers 42 undergraduate majors, 37 minors, and 7 master’s degrees, including a B.M. in String Performance and MFA in Arts Leadership.
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