Juan Castrillon's (Ph.D. Candidate in Ethnomusicology) film selected by the Canadian University Music Society.
The film will be screened during the film series of MUSCAN annual conference in Toronto this coming Wednesday, 5 June, Room 335 at 11:30 am.
Prof. Goodman will be giving one of the Rare Book School Summer Lectures on 6/4, 6pm, in Kislak. Free and open to the public. More info here.
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A Penn Global Seminar course taught by Carol Muller took the 16 undergraduates to South Africa to explore that nation's history and post-apartheid present day through music and culture. The students demonstrated the impact of the journey through final projects including a painting, a written paper, a poem, a film, a photo essay, a musical score—even a set of political cartoons.
Register to attend the 30th Anniversary PHENND Conference: Trauma + the Arts: Mobilizing Anchor Institutions. The conference will feature site visits and intensive workshops on Monday, April 1st followed by two days of panels, speakers, and performances on April 2-3. Featured events:
Call for papers: Glenda Goodman, in collaboration with Rhae Lynn Barnes (History, Princeton), is organizing a workshop on Early American Music and the Construction of Race. Click HERE for more information.
Glenda Goodman's essay on women amateur musicians in the early American republic has just been published in (the magazine of the Organization of American Historians).
Juan Castrillon's (Ph.D. candidate in Ethnomusicology) recent film selected by academic committee of the SALSA conference.
Juan's recent film, KIRANIA (Long Flutes) was produced out of his fieldwork at the Northwestern Amazon. The film is among six films selected by the academic committee of the SALSA conference. The film will be screened at the Welt Museum in Vienna at the end of June.Abstract follows: ~KİRAÑİA (Long Flutes) 36:45 min, Pamie (aka. Cubeo) and Spanish with Englishsubtitles. Juan Castrillón. United States, 2019.
James Diaz Acosta, Ph.d. Candidate in Composition, has been selected for the first edition of the DeGaetano Composition Institute
As part of the institute, he will write a new piece for the Orchestra of St. Luke's to be performed at the The DiMenna Center for Classical Music in New York City on July 19th. https://www.oslmusic.org/meet-the-degaetano-composition-institute-composers/