Author Aidan Levy to Give Reading Jan. 26

Aidan Levy is the author of “Saxophone Colossus: The Life and Music of Sonny Rollins” and “Dirty Blvd.: The Life and Music of Lou Reed” and editor of “Patti Smith on Patti Smith: Interviews and Encounters.” A former Leon Levy Center for Biography Fellow, his writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice, JazzTimes, The Nation and other publications. He holds a doctorate in English and comparative literature from Columbia University, where he is currently a lecturer. For 10 years, he was the baritone saxophonist in the Stan Rubin Orchestra.
The event begins at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public. This event will be held in Werner Centennial Center (WCC). Ample parking is available in the parking lot adjacent to WCC. The student reader for the event is Cindion Huang ’25.
The Michael Cervas Visiting Writers Program, which includes the Friday Nights at Westminster series, is supported by generous gifts from the Ford-Goldfarb English Department Enrichment Fund, the McKinley Fund, the Connell Music Fund, and the Friday Nights at Westminster Fund.

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