Annenberg Center continues their new blog series with an interview of Natacha Diels who is another new faculty member joining the University of Pennsylvania Department of Music this fall. Discover Diels' musical influences, current projects and more: https://annenbergcenter.org/blog/5-questions-with-natacha-diels
In their brand-new blog series, Annenberg Center asks five questions to discover more about artists, Penn faculty and others. They kick it off with Dr. Tyshawn Sorey, one of our two new faculty members joining the University of Pennsylvania Department of Music this fall. Get to know Dr. Sorey: https://annenbergcenter.org/blog/5-questions-with-tyshawn-sorey
Bo kyung Blenda Im (Ph.d ’19 Ethnomusicology), named Interdisciplinary Fellow at Yale’s Institute of Scared Music
Bo kyung Blenda Im is a 2012 ISM/YDS graduate (M.A.R. in religion and music) who received her Ph.D. in ethnomusicology in fall 2019 from the University of Pennsylvania. During the spring 2020 semester, she returned to YDS and the ISM as a lecturer in ethnomusicology. Her ethnographic project “Transpacific Modernity and the Challenge of Belonging: Negotiating Race, Music, and Faith in Seoul” centralizes Korean Christians’ engagements with black gospel and contemporary worship music.
Young Women Composers (YWC) announces the curation of a free workshop series curated by Erin Busch, Phd graduate in composition
Young Women Composers (YWC) is proud to announce the curation of a dual-streamed, 100% free workshop series that will feature some of the most prominent and exciting voices in new music today. All sessions will take place on Zoom – please register for each workshop below in order to receive the link. The workshop series is curated by Erin Busch, Phd graduate in composition, as an extension of her work with the Young Women Composers Camp.
The Department of Music is delighted to announce that Natacha Diels and Tyshawn Sorey will be joining our faculty this Fall.
Release of New Book by Glenda Goodman, "Cultivated by Hand: Amateur Musicians in the Early American Republic"
Oxford University Press releases new book by Assistant Professor of Music, Glenda Goodman titled "Cultivated by Hand: Amateur Musicians in the Early American Republic." You may read more about it in this piece written by Goodman and published in OAH Magazine.
GRAMMY-winning choir The Crossing releases CARTHAGE, an album featuring six striking pieces by composer and Penn faculty member James Primosch.
The Department of Music is beyond thrilled for Dr. Guthrie Ramsey, Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Term Professor of Music, one of the newest members of the extraordinary American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Academy members are world leaders in the arts and sciences, business, philanthropy, and public affairs.
Live Stream Performance of Juliette Kang and Tom Kraines hosted by Philadelphia Musicians Union Local 77
Streaming live on Wednesday, April 15 at 7:00 PM is the duo performance of Juliette Kang and Tom Kraines, member of the University of Pennsylvania's resident string quartet, Daedalus Quartet