Film Screening: Black Power Mixtape: 1967-1975 (4/2, 8pm)

Event Date: 
Thu, 04/02/2015 - 8:00pm
Event Location: 
701C Dodge Hall (Center for Ethnomusicology)

The Center for Ethnomusicology's 2015 Ethnographic Film Series invite you to a screening of:
 

Columbia University Orchestra Spring 2015 Concerts (4/11 & 4/18, 8pm)

Event Date: 
Sat, 04/11/2015 - 8:00pm
Event Date: 
Sat, 04/18/2015 - 8:00pm
Event Location: 
April 11: Roone Arledge Auditorium, Alfred Lerner Hall, 115th St & B'way, Columbia Univ
Event Location: 
April 18: Alice Tully Hall, 65th St & B'way, Lincoln Center

 

Columbia University Orchestra

Spring 2015 Concerts

Free Admission


Aprill 11 & 18

Jeffrey Milarsky / Conductor & Music Director

Program

Ernest Chausson

Poeme, Op. 25 / Joseph Morag, violin solo

Gustav Mahler

Symphony No. 1 in D Major


April 11, 8pm / Roone Arledge Auditorium in Alfred Lerner Hall, 115th Street & Broadway, Columbia University

 

**CUO Gala Concert at Lincoln Center**

April 18, 8pm / Alice Tully Hall, 65th Street & Broadway

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Ancient Soundscapes Reborn: Japanese Gagaku/Hogaku Concert (Sunday 3/29, 4pm)

Event Date: 
Sun, 03/29/2015 - 4:00pm
Event Location: 
Miller Theatre, Columbia University (116th Street & Broadway)

Come Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of
Glories of the Japanese Music Heritage

ANCIENT SOUNDSCAPES REBORN

Sacred Court Music (Gagaku)
and
Secular Art Music (Hogaku)

Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 4:00PM
Miller Theatre, Columbia University
(116th Street & Broadway)

The concert is free and open to the public,
but please register online from our web site,
www.medievaljapanesestudies.org

Full Program (pdf)

Prof. David Novak: "Music, protest,and the politics of festival in Japan's nuclear village" (March 23, Noon)

Event Date: 
Mon, 03/23/2015 - 12:00pm
Event Location: 
701C Dodge Hall (Center for Ethnomusicology)

The Center for Ethnomusicology Graduate Colloquium Series Presents: 

Prof.  David Novak
(University of California at Santa Barbara, & Columbia Ethnomusicology PhD Alumnus)

"Music, protest,and the politics of festival in Japan's nuclear village" 

Monday March 23, 2015
12:00 Noon

701C Dodge Hall (Center for Ethnousicology)
Free and Open to the Public

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Current Musicology Conference March 28-29, 2015

Event Date: 
Sat, 03/28/2015 - 9:00am
Event Location: 
523 Butler Library
Current Musicology, a leading journal for scholarly research on music, is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary with an open-themed conference on March 28-29, 2015 at Columbia University. The journal was founded in 1965 by graduate students at Columbia University as a semi-annual review. We publish articles and book reviews in the fields of historical musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory and analysis, and philosophy of music. 
 
The conference will take place from 9-5 on Saturday and Sunday, March 28-29, in rooms 522-523, Butler Library, Columbia University. The event is free and open to the public.
 
Georgina Born (University of Oxford) will give the keynote address on Saturday. On Sunday morning, a roundtable discussion entitled The Future of Music Studies will include Professors Kofi Agawu, Lydia Goehr, Lawrence Kramer, George Lewis, and Ingrid Monson.

La Lucrezia and Venus and Adonis: Columbia University New Opera Workshop, March 26-28, 2015

Event Date: 
Thu, 03/26/2015 - 8:00pm
Event Date: 
Fri, 03/27/2015 - 8:00pm
Event Date: 
Sat, 03/28/2015 - 8:00pm
Event Location: 
Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Diana Center, Barnard College
Event Location: 
3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

The Columbia University New Opera Workshop presents its first full-staged opera production: a double bill of Baroque works. Handel's "La Lucrezia" is a searing retelling of the rape of Lucretia and features one of Handel's most devastating scores. Though normally performed in concert form, "Lucrezia" will be a fully staged performance. It is paired with John Blow's pivotal "Venus & Adonis." Taken from an episode of Ovid's Metamorphoses, the mythical lovers enter a game that quickly turns tragic. Together, these works reflect on the abuse and adversity that can affect even the most intimate and caring of relationships.

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