PhD student Jeff Dyer’s article “A View from Cambodia: Reorienting the Monochord Zither” has just been published in Asian Music.
Volume 47, Issue 1, Winter/Spring 2016
Thursday, March 17, 5-7pm (COM building Room B05): Steven Feld guest lecture, film screening & talk.
Friday, March 25, 12-1pm (CFA, Studio 167): Noh Music Performance/Discussion (part of BU Arts Initiative’s Signature Event: Theater Nohgaku Residency, hosted by Carrie Preston). Open to the Public. (For more information: http://www.bu.edu/arts/theatre-nohgaku/)
Wednesday, April 20, 12-1pm (CFA Concert Hall): Global Music Lunchtime Concert Series, Cambodian Music and Dance (organized by Jeff Dyer and Emily Howe). (Note: April 20th is a Monday schedule in accordance with Boston University’s academic calendar).
Wednesday, April 20, 2-4pm (CFA Room 167): A related panel on arts and community engagement.
Thursday, April 21, time and location TBA: Boston University Musicology and Ethnomusicology Alumni Lecture Series, with Bonnie Wade (BU ’63).
Jeff Dyer, Ph.D student in Ethnomusicology, is currently running a kickstarter to raise funds in order to bring musicians from Cambodia to the US in April, for the Global Music Lunchtime Concert Series and several other local shows.
The kickstarter can be accessed here. (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1537999307/cambodian-musicians-to-tour-america)
PhD student Rachel Kurihara is presenting at the Sixteenth Century Society Conference in Vancouver this Sunday, 10/24. Her paper is entitled, “Juan Matías and Race Relations in the Oaxaca City Cathedral, 1655.”
PhD student Ian Coss publishes an article on the sound studies blog Sounding Out!
The article can be read at the following link:
“From where do these chords come?”:
Theoretical Traditions in the Enlightenment
College of Fine Arts, Boston University
The Marshall Room
October 23, 2015
1:00 Welcome and Introductions: Richard Cornell, Deborah Burton
1:15: Paper 1: Thomas Christensen (University of Chicago) Topic: TBA
2:00: Paper 2: Giorgio Sanguinetti (University of Rome – Tor Vergata) Topic: “Beethoven and Satzmodelle: a developing relationship.”
2:45: Paper 3: David Cohen (Columbia University) Topic: “Some Observations Concerning Rameau’s Theory of Harmony.”
3:30: coffee break
4:00: panel discussion with Thomas Christensen, Giorgio Sanguinetti, David Cohen, Cynthia Verba (Harvard) Deborah Burton (Boston University) and David Kopp (Boston University). Topic: The Legacy of Enlightenment Theoretical Traditions.
The Department of Musicology & Ethnomusicology, School of Music (CFA), Latin American Studies Program, and the BU Arts Initiative (Office of the Provost) cordially invite you to the upcoming Global Music Lunchtime Concert featuring Monday, October 19th. Join us at lunchtime for an opportunity to see these Grammy-nominated dynamic performers from Colombia in action!
Global Music Lunchtime Concert Series Fall 2015
Cimarrón:Virtuosos of the Colombian Llanero Tradition
Monday October 19th, Noon – 1:00 p.m.
Boston University College of Fine Arts Concert Hall
855 Commonwealth Ave., 1st Floor
FREE to all BU Members
with pre-concert talk by Prof. Michael Birenbaum Quintero