The Department of Music at Columbia University invites applications for a full-time, tenure track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor with a specialization in Ethnomusicology to begin July 1, 2023.
News & Announcements
Makulumy Alexander-Hills's article, "Audio Mediation Technology and Liveness in Modern Musical Theatre Performance," has been published in "Studies in Musical Theatre" Vol. 16, No. 1 (April 2022).
Pianist, composer and Fulbright scholar Armen Donelian (CC'72) was profiled in Columbia College Today's "Take Five" column.
Professor George Lewis's piece "Tales of the Traveller" had its US premiere, but the most exciting part about the performance was one of the guest soloists: a computer program named Voyager, originally programmed by George Lewis in 1987.
Professor Alessandra Ciucci has contributed a chapter to a new interdisciplinary collection on the Black Mediterranean: Black Med, edited by the artistic duo Invernomuto and published by Humboldtbooks.
Sonja Wermager's article "'Worthy of a Monument in Artistic History:' Religion and Nation in the Plans for Robert Schumann's Unrealized Martin Luther Oratorio" has been published in the most recent issue of "19th-Century Music."
The Arabic translation of Alessandra Ciucci's writing on Moroccan professional female singer-dancers (shikhat) and on the musicopoetic genre ‘aiṭa, was published as a collection by the Edition La Croisée des Chemins in partnership with the Académie du Royaume du Maroc.
Professor Alessandra Ciucci was interviewed by "Columbia News" about the release of her new book "The Voice of the Rural."
The Department of Music is pleased to announce the appointment of Anna Meadors as the Assistant Director of the Computer Music Center (CMC).
The Department of Music is pleased to announce that Scott Douglass has joined the Department as a Postdoctoral Research Scholar.
Graduate students Sonja Wermager and Callum Blackmore have both published chapters in the recent volume "Sacred and Secular Intersections in Music of the Long Nineteenth Century: Church, Stage, and Concert Hall."