Penn Colloquium Series: Ashley Fure

 

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.  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. See here for the full calendar of the 2019-2020 Colloquia Series.

 

Penn Colloquium Series: David Grubbs


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.  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. See here for the full calendar of the 2019-2020 Colloquia Series.

 

Penn Colloquium Series: K.E. Goldschmitt

 

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.  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. See here for the full calendar of the 2019-2020 Colloquia Series.

 

Penn Colloquium Series: Eric Wubbels

 

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.  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. See here for the full calendar of the 2019-2020 Colloquia Series.

 

Rinaldo Alessandrini: Performing Monteverdi's “L’incoronazione di Poppea” Today

Rinaldo Alessandrini is one of the most distinguished harpsichordists and early music conductors active today on the international scene. He will lead his renown ensemble "Concerto Italiano” in Claudio Monteverdi’s "Coronation of Poppea" at Carnegie Hall on 2/21 as part of the festival "La Serenissima: Music and Arts from the Venetian Republic.” On the next day, Maestro Alessandrini will visit Penn to talk about his long-term engagement with Monteverdi’s opera, as both conductor (at Teatro alla Scala and the Paris Opera among other venues) and director (Teatro Liceu in Salamanca). He is the ar