Throughout a fifty year recording career, Beverly Glenn-Copeland's music has defied categorization and genre, its only consistency being the fusion of vision, technology, spirituality and place. A Black, trans artist, he is a strong advocate on behalf of Black, Indigenous, and LGBTQ2S+ communities in Canada and abroad, and has influenced new generations of artists.
Beverly Glenn-Copeland is releasing an album of groundbreaking new music called, The One's Ahead, scheduled for launch on July 28. It's Glenn-Copeland’s first studio LP in almost 20 years and the first since the extraordinary career renaissance triggered by the rediscovery of his now-classic Keyboard Fantasies album.
Join us as we celebrate the extraordinary work of this visionary Black, trans artist, and University of Toronto Honorary Degree Recipient with a screening of Keyboard Fantasies, followed by a panel discussion.
When & Where
Tuesday, June 13, 2023
3 - 5 pm
Doors open at 2:30 pm; light refreshments will be served
Innis Town Hall (2 Sussex Ave)
- Faculty of Music
- Sexual & Gender Diversity Office
- Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office
- Women & Gender Studies Institute
- Mark H. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies