2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Gabriela Lena Frank

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.

 

Gabriela Lena Frank

American pianist and composer

 

Arts Citizenship and the Composer

Abstract TBA

 

Sound Art Revisited: Alan Licht in conversation w/ Julie Beth Napolin

The first edition of Sound Art Revisited (published as Sound Art: Beyond Music, Between Categories) served as a groundbreaking work toward defining this emerging field, and this fully updated volume significantly expands the story to include current research since the book's initial release. Viewed through a lens of music and art histories rather than philosophical theory, it covers dozens of artists and works not found in any other book on the subject.

Harry Liebersohn: Beethoven Imagines India

Together the Department of Music and the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pennsylvania are pleased to host Harry Liebersohn, Professor of modern European history, who will present his work "Beethoven Imagines India, 1812-1818." The lecture will take place on Tuesday, March 24 at 5:15 PM in Lerner Center 102, 201 S. 34th St., University of Pennsylvania.
 

Free and open to the public.

 

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2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Christina Baade

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.
 

Christina Baade

Professor, Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia, McMaster University 

2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Richard Jankowsky

 

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.
 

Richard Jankowsky

2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Stefan Helmreich

 

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.
 

Stefan Helmreich

2019-2020 Penn Colloquium Series: Kate Soper

 

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.


Kate Soper

Iva Dee Hiatt Professor of Music at Smith College and Co-director and vocalist for the Wet Ink Ensemble

 

John Butt and the Dunedin Consort at Penn: Colloquium

 

In a collaboration between the Music Department and the Annenberg Center Live, the Philadelphia debut of the Dunedin Consort, one of the world’s leading Baroque ensembles, will be complemented by a masterclass and a lecture offered by its musical director, preeminent Bach scholar John Butt. 

 

John Butt 

Professor of Music at the University of Glasgow and musical director of the Dunedin Consort

 

"Bach and the dance of humankind"