Johnnies, Tommies, and Sammies: Music and the WWI alliance

Members of musicology faculty and alumni will give an American Musicological Society Public Lecture, titled “Johnnies, Tommies, and Sammies: Music and the WWI alliance,” at the Library of Congress on May 18th, 2017 at 7 p.m.

Prof. Buchanan Named CAS Associate for 2017-2018

Donna A. Buchanan (Associate Professor of Music and Anthropology) has been named a 2017-18 Faculty Associate of the Center for Advanced Study in conjunction with her book project, "Audible Cosmology: Engendered Bells in Bulgarian Belief." 

Linda Moorhouse to be President of American Bandmasters Association

Prof. Linda Moorhouse has been elected Vice-President of the American Bandmasters Association (ABA). As Vice-President she will become President in 2019.

Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of NPR’s Performance Today and Professor Jim Pugh’s Theme music

On January 5, 2017, the NPR show Performance Today celebrated the 30th Anniversary of it’s initial broadcast. To mark this milestone date in the program’s history they broadcast a conversation between current host, Fred Child, producer Wes Horner and PT Theme composer Jim Pugh. Prof.

Prof. Romm Selected to Adjudicate Moscow Conservatory Competition

Ronald Romm, Professor of Trumpet, has been invited to serve as an adjudicator at the Moscow Conservatory's 8th International Competition.

Recording by Prof Charlotte Mattax Moersch Receives Critical Acclaim

Charlotte Mattax Moersch’s newest recording explores harpsichord music by French composer, Jean Henry D’Anglebert. Pièces de clavecin, was recorded by Charlotte Mattax Moersch on the Centaur label and released in 2015.

Prof. Ollie Watts Davis to give Keynote at Black Music Month Celebration in Chicago

Prof. Ollie Watts Davis will be honored with the Vivian G. Harsh Society honors on June 25 as part of the 18th annual event in Chicago. 

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