Changing Gears and the Rock Hall Present “Living for the City”

Changing Gears is all about how the Midwest is reinventing itself, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is all about music and people. Adding the two together gets you Living for the City: Reinventing the Region with Music and the Arts. The community conversation will focus on how music and the arts are helping to reinvent our economy and region. We’ll also take a look at how to maximize the role music plays in the community and the economy. It’s taking place Wednesday at 4:30 pm in the Rock Hall’s Foster Theater in Cleveland.

The Living for the City panel will feature several prominent music professionals:

-Terry Stewart is the president and chief executive officer of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

-Karen Gahl-Mills is the executive director of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.

-Cindy Barber is the co-owner of the Beachland Ballroom.

Alex Bevan is a local singer, songwriter, and musician.

The panel will be hosted by Changing Gears’ senior editor Micki Maynard, and the entire Changing Gears team will be on hand.

We want you to take part. The event is free, but attendees to need to register in advance. Please call (216) 515-8426 or e-mail education@rockhall.org by the end of the day on Monday if you’re interested in coming.

Miss the deadline? We’ll be broadcasting a live stream at 4:30 pm ET on Wednesday. Mark your calendar and come back here.

 

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