Departmental Newsletter: February 2013
The department congratulates Daniel John Carroll on his recent book reviews. Daniel’s review for Boston University’s Impact – The Journal of the Center of Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning can be found at http://www.bu.edu/cgs/files/2012/04/IMPACT-Journal-Winter-2013.pdf. His review for Popular Music and Society is available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03007766.2013.767067.
The department congratulates Julia O’Toole for her review of Moravian music for Choral Journal, publication of the American Choral Directors Association.
The department is pleased to announce the acceptance of two papers by Bradley Fugate. Bradley will present his paper, “No Exit, An Existential Opera” at the 2013 City University of New York Graduate Students in Music Conference April 12-13 in New York City. His paper “Voices for Queens” was accepted at the University of Toronto Graduate Conference.
The department congratulates Patrick Wood Uribe on the publication of his most recent article, “On that single instrument a full Consort: Thomas Baltzar’s Works for Solo Violin and ‘the grand metamorfosis of musick’” in the Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music. The article is available at http://www.sscm-jscm.org/v15/no1/uribe.html#ch5.
The department congratulates Marié Abe on the award of a fellowship at the Newhouse Center for the Humanities at Wellesley College for the academic year 2013-2014. We are delighted that she will be able to pursue her research in the broadly humanistic atmosphere of the Newhouse Center. We look forward to hearing about the results of her work when she returns from her leave of absence.
Sean Gallagher will be presiding over “Songs of Parody and Polemic in Late Medieval France” on March 1, 2013 at Boston University’s Interdisciplinary Programs Conference Voice and Voicelessness in Medieval Europe and Beyond (February 28 – March 1). Blue Heron will give a special concert performance “Divine Songs,” preceded by a pre-concert talk by Scott Metcalfe. The complete program is available at www.bu.edu/medieval/voice.