Sign up today for African American Music History: A Detroit Perspective

Open to all majors, the Department of Music is excited to offer African American Music History: A Detroit Perspective. The course is a chronological survey of the various genres of music created by African Americans in the United States and a discussion of the contributions of Black Detroit musicians to this history. Instructed by Dr. Brandon Waddles, a full-time lecturer in choral conducting and music education, students will explore works by Dr. Brazeal Dennard, George Shirley, Berry Gordy and Motown, Aretha Franklin, Anita Baker, J. Dilla and many others. 

Course details:

  • MUH 2210, CRN 17750
  • MWF 10:30-11:20 a.m.
  • Room 1345, Old Main

Visit registration.wayne.edu to register. 

MUH 2210: African American History: A Detroit Perspective