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New Publications by GC Student Elaine Sandoval

Elaine Sandoval, currently on a Fulbright Fellowship conducting fieldwork in Venezuela on El Sistema’s “Alma llanera” program, recently published two articles in the Journal of Peace Education special issue on “Music and Peace Education,” Volume 13, Issue 3. The articles are entitled “Potential contributions of music education to peacebuilding: curricular concerns,” and “Music in peacebuilding: […]

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The 2016 AMS/SMT Conference a Major Success for GC and CUNY Scholars

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that the 2016 AMS/SMT Conference was an incredible success for our students, faculty, and alumni! Six GC students presented papers, one student participated in a panel discussion, GC faculty chaired six different paper panels, four faculty members presented papers, faculty members were represented five times on special […]

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GC D.M.A. Pianist Alexandra Joan to Perform in Bargemusic’s Masterworks Series

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that D.M.A. pianist Alexandra Joan will be performing in the Masterworks Series at Bargemusic on September 24th, 2016 at 8pm. Bargemusic is New York City’s famous floating concert hall, moored in Brooklyn, just under the Brooklyn Bridge. The program will include the following: Beethoven – 7 Variations […]

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Film Score by GC Student Bonnie McAlvin Premieres at Los Angeles Film Festival

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that today, June 5th, 2016 at 4:00 PM PST the film My First Kiss and the People Involved will make its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival with a score composed by GC Flutist and Composition student Bonnie McAlvin. The soundtrack will also feature GC Music alumna […]

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Brian Bond and Elaine Sandoval Receive Dissertation Fieldwork Fellowships

Two students in the ethnomusicology program have been awarded external field research fellowships for 2016-17.  Brian Bond has been awarded dissertation-year fellowships from the Social Science Research Council and the American Institute of Pakistan Studies to research Sufi genres in India in the region of Kachchh.  Brian’s research will focus on five devotional genres and […]

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Professor Norman Carey to appear with Soprano Jane Marsh at Bruno Walter Auditorium

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that next Sunday afternoon, May 15th, at 4 pm, Professor Norman Carey will be appearing with soprano Jane Marsh in a 50th Anniversary Celebration of her winning the Tchaikovsky Competition, hosted by The Metropolitan Opera Guild at Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium. For more information and […]

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Compositions by GC Prof. Tania León’s to be Performed at University of California Riverside

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that pianist Adam Kent will be performing a concert of piano music composed by GC Professor Tania León at the University of California Riverside on May 23rd, 2016. The concert is from 8-9:30pm in the Arts Building Performance Lab, ARTS 166, and admission is free and open to […]

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Prof. David Grubbs to give an in-gallery talk at the New Museum

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that Prof. David Grubbs will be giving an in-gallery talk at the New Museum this coming Thursday, March 3, at 3:30pm, as part of programming for the exhibition Anri Sala: Answer Me. The talk focuses on solo and duo musical performance, phase relationships, and overdubbing in sound recording through […]

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GC Faculty & Graduate Student amongst the 58th Annual GRAMMY Nominations

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that faculty member and pianist Professor Ursula Oppens and D.M.A. graduate student Soyeon Kate Lee are amongst the 58th Annual GRAMMY Nominations. Professor Oppens is nominated in category 78, “Best Classical Instrumental Solo” for her recording with Cedille Records of Rzewski’s The People United Will Never Be […]

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Dr. Sylvia Kahan to be Interviewed on Smithsonian’s “Million Dollar American Princesses”

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that Dr. Sylvia Kahan will be featured in a segment about Winnaretta Singer, Princesse Edmond de Polignac in the Smithsonian Channel’s series “Million Dollar American Princesses.” This 1-hour episode, narrated by “Downton Abbey” star Elizabeth McGovern, will air this coming Sunday night, January 10th, at 8:00 p.m. […]

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Prof. David Grubbs Performing at a Benefit for the ISSUE Project Room

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that on December 9th, 2015, Prof. David Grubbs will be performing in a benefit concert for the ISSUE Project Room. The concert celebrates the collaborative work of Prof. Grubbs and poet Susan Howe, and Prof. Grubbs will be performing a solo excerpt from the piece “Souls […]

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