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Hannah Krall: 'Knowing and understanding art, literature and music is vital to the longevity of our society'

May 2, 2018

Hannah Krall


West Lawn, PA

What was your most profound turning point while at Cornell?

I took a music history class taught by Professor Rebecca Harris-Warrick my sophomore year. I fell in love with learning about music history, so I decided to become a musicologist.

What Cornell memory do you treasure the most?

The Original Cornell Syncopators played a concert for Wynton Marsalis while he was in residence. It was the last concert the group will be able to play as a whole while all of the original members are still at Cornell. I will miss them so much next year.

What do you value about your liberal arts education?

I value a liberal arts education's ability to add beauty to our world. Knowing and understanding art, literature and music is vital to the longevity of our society.

 Hannah Krall

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