Grad. stud. Emma Barnaby live on WRTI

on first book printed in North America - Tue 12:10pm

Symposium: Gothic Arts (3/23-24), with medieval music concert in Kislak (Fri. 7pm)

More here on the symposium and here on the concert

Next Colloquium: Elaine Hayes (Tuesday, 3/20)

on her new book on Sarah VaughanMarch 20 (Tuesday) at 5:15, Room 102

Alumna Brooke McCorkle (Ph.D. '15) co-authors book

 Japan's Green Monsters: Environmental Commentary in Kaijū Cinema came out in late January! (on sale on Kindle for $3.99)  Brooke has also been awarded a Visiting Scholar position at Waseda University in Tokyo where she plans to conduct research to finish the book version of her dissertation, Searching for Wagner in Japan. 

Siel Agugliaro (Ph.D. candidate, Music History) awarded SAM dissertation fellowship

Siel Agugliaro has been selected as a recipient of one of the 2018 Margery Lowens Dissertation Fellowships, made available by the Society for American Music (SAM) in support of his dissertation project, “Imagining Italy, Surviving America: Opera, Italian Immigrants, and Identity in Philadelphia, 1880-1924.”

Dr. Naomi Waltham-Smith has published an article

 in the inaugural issue of an exciting new journal Music & Science 

Juan Castrillón's two new documentaries

presented on February 27 at 5:15KIRANIA (Long Clarinets), and PAMI KIRAMI (Long House) are two short film projects of Juan Castrillón's ongoing fieldwork.

Colloquia: Alejandro Madrid (Cornell, 2/13), Stewart Varner (Penn, 2/20)

also: Prof. Ramsey's Provost Diversity Lecture on the 22nd! (more below)Titles and abstracts at:/colloquia/about-our-colloquia-series

Anna Weesner, Robert Weiss Professor of Music and Chair, awarded Virgil Thomson Award in Vocal Music

The prestigious award is administered from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. CONGRATULATIONS!

Nina Ohman (Ph.D. Ethnomus. '17) awarded prestigious fellowship

NINA OHMAN (Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology '17) has been selected as one of the recipients of the 2018-19 Dianne Woest Fellowship in the Arts and Humanities. The Fellowship is based at the Historic New Orleans Collection (THNOC). Dr. Ohman will study the amazing holdings of Mahalia Jacksons's recorded rehearsals among other resources.