Penn Music Colloquium Series

Music Colloquia take place on Tuesdays at 5:15 in Lerner Center, Room 102. The Lerner Center is located at 201 S. 34th Street, Philadelphia Pa, 19104-6313.

The Department of Music at Penn sponsors several colloquia series that provide forums for invited scholars, Penn faculty, current graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows to share current research and compositions.

Colloquia

The Department of Music’s main Colloquium Series showcases new research by leading scholars across the fields of musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and composition both in the United States and internationally.

Upcoming Events

Schedule TBA. Please check back later.

Past Events



2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Christina Baade

CANCELLED
Apr 7, 2020 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

The Department of Music’s main Colloquium Series showcases new research by leading scholars across the fields of musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and composition both in the United States and internationally.



2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Gabriela Lena Frank

CANCELLED
Mar 31, 2020 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

The Department of Music’s main Colloquium Series showcases new research by leading scholars across the fields of musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and composition both in the United States and internationally.



2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Stefan Helmreich

CANCELLED
Stefan Helmreich
Mar 17, 2020 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

 



2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Richard Jankowsky

Richard Jankowsky
Mar 3, 2020 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

 



2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Kate Soper

Kate Soper
Feb 11, 2020 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

 



Penn Colloquium Series: Ashley Fure

Ashley Fure
Nov 12, 2019 at | Lerner 102 Music Department

 



Penn Colloquium Series: David Grubbs

David Grubbs
Oct 22, 2019 at | Lerner 102 Music Department



Penn Colloquium Series: K.E. Goldschmitt

K.E. Goldschmitt
Sep 24, 2019 at | Lerner 102 Music Department

 



Penn Colloquium Series: Eric Wubbels

Eric Wubbels
Sep 17, 2019 at | Lerner 102 Music Department

 



Penn Colloquium Series: Elizabeth Upton

Dr. Elizabeth Upton, Associate Professor of Musicology, University of California, Los Angeles
Apr 9, 2019 at | Lerner 102 Music Department

 The Department of Music is pleased to present Elizabeth Upton, Associate Professor of Musicology, University of California, Los Angeles Lucrezia Borgia’s Voice



Penn Colloquium Series: Alex Chávez

Alex Chávez, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Notre Dame
Mar 26, 2019 at | Lerner 102 Music Department

 The Department of Music is pleased to present Alex Chávez, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Notre DameVerses and Flows: Migrant Lives and the Sounds of Crossing



Penn Music Colloquium: Nancy Yunhwa Rao

Nancy Yunhwa Rao, Rutgers University
Feb 5, 2019 at | Lerner 102 Music Department

 The Department of Music is pleased to present Nancy Yunhwa Rao, Professor of Music, Rutgers University



Penn Music Colloquium: Arne de Boever

Arne de Boever, CalArts
Nov 8, 2016 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

"Realism's Staccato" 



Penn Music Colloquium: Emma Dillon, King's College London

Emma Dillon
Oct 25, 2016 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

Penn Music Colloquium presentsEmma Dillon, King's College London"The Romance of Song" Free and open to the public



Penn Music Colloquium: Vanessa Williams and Maria Murphy

Vanessa Williams / Maria Murphy
Oct 18, 2016 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

Vanessa Williams, PhD Candidate, University of Pennsylvania"'Near to reality, but not quite':  Lena Ashwell's Concerts at the Front during the First World War" ----------------------- 



Siel Agugliaro and Ruthie Meadows, University of Pennsylvania

Siel Agugliaro; Ruthie Meadows
Sep 27, 2016 at | Lerner 102 Music Department

Penn Music Colloquium presentsSiel Agugliaro: PhD student, MusicologyUniversity of Pennsylvania



Reiko Fueting, Manhattan School of Music

Reiko Fueting, Manhattan School of Music
Sep 20, 2016 at | Lerner 102 Music Department

Penn Music Colloquium presentsReiko Fueting, compositionManhattan School of Music"Music is Time is Memory"



Martha Feldman, University of Chicago

Martha Feldman
Sep 13, 2016 at | Lerner 102 Music Department

Penn Music Colloquium presents Martha FeldmanUniversity of Chicago"The Phantom Castrato:  Moreschi, Fellini, and the Sacred Vernacular in Twentieth-Century Rome"



Penn Music Colloquium: John Harbison

John Harbison, composer
Apr 3, 2014 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

Please join us for a very special Penn Music Colloquium with esteemed composer, John Harbison. Free and open to the public.



Penn Colloquium Series: Josh Pilzer, Unversity of Toronto

Mar 25, 2014 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department



Penn Colloquium Series: Naomi Waltham-Smith, University of Pennsylvania

Mar 20, 2014 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department



Penn Colloquium Series: Annette Richards, Cornell University

Mar 4, 2014 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department



Penn Music Colloquium Workshop series: Shayna Silverstein, U of PA, "Violence and the Aesthetics of Sound"

Shayna Silverstein
Feb 6, 2014 - Feb 20, 2014 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

This workshop will meet weekly for three weeks in February 2014 to discuss the subject of violence in relation to aesthetics of sound.



Penn Music Colloquium: Yael Sela-Teichler, University of Pennsylvania

Yael Sela-Teichler
Jan 30, 2014 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

Music Building, Room 1025:15pm"Longing for the Sublime: Jewish Self-Consciousness and Bach's St. Matthew Passion in Biedermeier Berlin"Free and open to the public



Penn Colloquium Series: Orlando Fiol

Orlando Fiol
Jan 28, 2014 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

"The Melodization of Rhythm: Afro-Cuban Folklore in Contemporary Cuban Popular Pianism"Free and open to the public



Penn Colloquium Series: Daniel Heller-Roazen, Princeton University

Daniel Heller-Roazen, Princeton University
Jan 16, 2014 at - | Lerner 102 Music Department

5:15pmRoom 102, Music BuildingFree and open to the public