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GC Professor Sylvia Kahan Publishes Chapter in Book!

GC Professor Sylvia Kahan (DMA, ’93) is happy to announce the publication of a book chapter,  “Gabriel Fauré’s ‘Other’ Career in the Paris and London Music Salons,” in the newly-released Fauré Studies (Cambridge University Press). https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/faure-studies/CBA3E1F25CB100F5947A80290F872FC7

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GC Student Fifi Zhang Performs D.M.A. Recital–Stream Online!

On Friday, May 21st at 1:00pm EST, second-year DMA pianist Fifi Zhang will present a solo recital of American, German, and Russian composers, livestreamed from Elebash Hall. The program begins with the blistering Caténaires by Elliott Carter followed by four hauntingly ethereal preludes by Ruth Crawford Seeger. It also includes Johannes Brahms’ six beloved Op. […]

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Two Music Department Students Selected for GC Dissertation Showcase

Congratulations to Serena Wang (Adviser, Professor Anne Stone) and Emily Weiss (Adviser, Professor Jeffrey Taylor), who are among 10 students chosen through a competitive application process for this year’s Dissertation Showcase! Imagine summing up years of dissertation research and writing in a lively, three-minute public presentation. Ten students will do just that at The Graduate Center’s fourth annual “Inside The Graduate […]

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GC Alum Soyeon Kate Lee Wins Teaching Award

Congratulations to GC Alum Soyeon Kate Lee for winning the 2021 Mrs. AB Dolly Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching from the University of Cincinnati! Dr. Lee is an associate professor of piano at the university’s College-Conservatory of Music. For more information: https://www.uc.edu/news/articles/2021/04/faculty-awards-2021–soyeon-kate-lee.html?fbclid=IwAR38Ktw2uI3akXwymrnHFNnk7GyuO1ng1PpIHuV04WPWOwzJqV8YHDmTkKA

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GC Student Kirsten Jermé Performs D.M.A. Recital–Stream Online!

(photo by Ana Galizes) On Wednesday, April 7th at 1:00pm EST, cellist Kirsten Jermé will perform three solo cello suites spanning three centuries in a livestream recital from Elebash Hall.  Blending elements of dance, theater, poeticism, lyricism and brilliance, these suites demonstrate the evolution of the genre as well as its indebtedness to J.S. Bach – […]

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GC Professor Philip Ewell: “On Confronting Music Theory’s Antiblackness: Three Case Studies”

On Friday, March 26, 2021 – 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., GC Professor Philip Ewell will present a talk, “On Confronting Music Theory’s Antiblackness: Three Case Studies” on the Columbia University Music Colloquium Series. Abstract: The Summer 2020 controversy over Vol. 12 of the Journal of Schenkerian Studies has changed the course of American music theory in ways not seen […]

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