Department of Music --
Senior Project Symposium (Friday May 3, 1PM-4PM)
The Department of Music at Columbia University is pleased to present the
2019 Senior Project Symposium
FRIDAY MAY 3, 2019
701C DODGE HALL (The Center for Ethnomusicology)
Columbia Univ. Morningside Campus, Broadway at 116th St.
All are welcome!
Please join us in 701C Dodge Hall, the Center for Ethnomusicology, on Friday, May 3, 2019, from 1PM-4PM for our annual Undergraduate Senior Project Symposium, featuring presentations by five graduating seniors (Katie Cooke, Jessica Edgar, Brent Morden, Fabiola Ines Plaza and Jessie Rubin, from the Dept. of Music, and Andrea Floersheimer, from the Dept. of History) who have completed senior projects with Music Department faculty advisers this spring. Join us in proudly celebrating these fantastic projects! Refreshments will be served, and all are welcome. The schedule of presentations is below. Presentations will be 20 minutes long, followed by Q&A, with brief breaks between presentations.
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Schedule of Presentations:
1:00PM Brent Morden (Columbia College Music Major): "Modeling Artistic Collaboration Across Time and Space."
1:30PM Jessica Edgar (Columbia College Music Major): "Restraint, Women, and the British Choral Tradition."
2:00PM Katie Cooke (Columbia College Music Major): "The Ministry of Love: An Exploration of Turkish Contemporary Christian Music."
2:30PM Jessie Rubin (Barnard College Music Major): "Vocality in Exile: The Indigenization of Scottish Bagpipes in a Palestinian Refugee Community."
3:00PM Fabiola Ines Plaza (Columbia College Music Major): "Nationalism in Venezuelan Classical Music: Connecting the Musical Revolution of the 20th Century to Today."
3:30PM Andrea Floersheimer (Columbia College History Major): "Kitchen Courthouses and Flying Judges: Bush Justice in Alaska, 1959-80."