The Columbia University Collegium Musicum Presents A Spring Concert:
Pianto e Rime: Petrarch, Marenzio, and di Lasso
Thursday, April 2, 7:00 pm
The Italian Academy
Free Admission (Open to the Public!)
Reception to Follow
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Composer-pianist, current Adjunct Professor, and Columbia DMA alumnus Ramin Arjomand presents a long form all-improvisation program.
Time and Date: Friday, April 3, 2015, 8pm
Location: Barnard College, Sulzberger Parlor (3rd floor, Barnard Hall)
Music at St. Paul's presents a sound installation by Jeff Talman, When Soaring Sings, which will transform the space of St. Paul's Chapel into a resonant experience.
As the program information describes: "Birdsong, calls and choruses from over 100 species are sound source to Jeff Talman's new installation in collaboration with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Celebrating the cycles of regrowth, the work explores the sounds of bird species that return to nest in New York State in the spring."
On Tuesday, March 31st at 6:30pm, artist Jeff Talman will hold a special presentation of his work. The installation will span March 31st - April 13th following the schedule below:
* Tuesday, March 31st 2-10PM with artist presentation at 6:30pm
Alessandra Ciucci will join the Department of Music as Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology on July 1, 2015.
Alessandra Ciucci received her PhD in music (Ethnomusicology) from The City University of New York at The Graduate Center. She was a Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Music at Columbia in 2008-10, and is also an undergraduate alumna of the Department of Music at Columbia with a BA from Columbia's School of General Studies.
As the Jazz event listing describes it: "The world premiere of Sanctum by Courtney Bryan, a New Orleans-based composer, pianist, organist, and band-leader, and alumna of ACO's Jazz Composers Orchestra Institute, explores improvisation in Holiness-preaching traditions."
Cross-posted from the blog of the The Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS)
Current Musicology turns 50: A New Website and Conference
The Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) is pleased to have partnered with Current Musicology, a leading journal for scholarly research on music, to launch their new website at currentmusicology.columbia.edu.