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Performer’s Perspective: Dialogues of the Carmelites

What makes art relevant?  How can you take a two-hundred year old art form and make it accessible to a 21st century audience?  How as an artist can you find echoes of your own voice in a score written centuries before your birth?  Well, when you dismantle the artifice of … Continued


Spotlight on: Dr. Joan Titus – New book release & NEH award!

  Joan Titus has been awarded the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend for research on her newest book project on the composer Dmitry Shostakovich and his film music for Stalinist cinema (1936-1953).   This current book project is the sequel to her first book on Shostakovich’s initial experiments … Continued


Spotlight on: Dr. Aaron Allen and Ecomusicology

    In light of his most recent success in presenting the conference keynote presentation in Finland, we talked to Dr. Allen to get his take on the work he is doing, and his experience in Sibelius’s homeland… What? – First ever Finnish ecomusicology conference Where? – University of Turku … Continued


Prof. Adam Ricci to present findings on Fauré at two conferences in 2015

  Prof. Adam Ricci to present “‘As Astonishing as They Are Inevitable’: Complex Harmonic Sequences Preceding Reprises in the Late Music of Gabriel Fauré” at two conferences this fall:   “Effable and Ineffable: Gabriel Fauré and the Limits of Criticism” and the Society for Music Theory annual meeting.   Adam … Continued


Prof. Gavin Douglas Published Online Bibliography of Music and Buddhism

  Prof. Gavin Douglas recently published an annotated bibliography on “Buddhist Music” as part of the Oxford Bibliographies series. “Developed cooperatively with scholars and librarians worldwide, Oxford Bibliographies offers exclusive, authoritatvie research guides. Combining the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia, this cutting-edge resource guides researchers … Continued