Nina Fukuoka had a premiere of her new piece Polka is a Czech Dance by the Spółdzielnia Muzyczna Contemporary Ensemble at the summer festival Darmstädter Ferienkurse.
News & Announcements
Professor Di Castri’s new work for solo piano, “The Untellable Hour of Quiet”, received its world premiere by pianist Clare Longendyke with a performance in Bridgton, Maine.
Zara Ali (CC '18) has won the 2023 Gaudeamus Award. She received the prize on Sunday September 10 during the final night of the Gaudeamus Festival 2023 in TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht.
Mariusz Kozak published a chapter titled "Varieties of Musical Time" in the edited volume "Performing Time: Synchrony and Temporal Flow in Music and Dance."
Jason Eckardt has been recently promoted to Distinguished Professor, the highest faculty honor at CUNY, where I teach at the Graduate Center and Brooklyn College.
Dr. Laina Dawes (PhD, 2022) has been awarded a two-year John P. Murphy Fellowship at Case Western Reserve’s Center for Popular Music Studies.
Gabriela Kumar Sharma has translated from English into Czech a publication by the British author Trevor Sage. "Stolpersteine - Stumbling Stones: Defiant in Their Memory, 2008 - 2021" was recently published as a tribute to all the victims of the Nazi regime.
Dr. Julia Hamilton has accepted the position of Visiting Assistant Professor of Musicology at the Ithaca College School of Music, Theatre, and Dance.
Professor Alessandra Ciucci was interviewed on the CaMP Anthropology blog about her book The Voice of the Rural. "CaMP" stands for "Communication, Media and Performance."
Magdalena Stern-Baczewska (Director, Music Performance Program) has released a new solo album, "'The French Suites' by J.S. Bach."