Events

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February

  • Th 2/5Stephanie Spray, Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab, film & lecture, “As Long as There is Breath,” 5-7 PM/Ottaway Theater at Avery Hall
  • F 2/6 – DIY Kaval Workshop (make-your-own endblown flute!), 2-4 PM/Wood Shop at Fisher Studio Arts
  • W 2/11 – Bulgarian song workshop, Corinna Snyder, 1:30-3:30 PM/Blum N211
  • M 2/23 – Prof. Adriana Helbig, U. of Pittsburgh, lecture, “Hip-Hop Ukraine,” 5-6 PM/Blum N217
  • Th 2/26Ernst Karel, sound artist lecture, Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab, “Experiments in Sonic Ethnography,” 5-7 PM/Ottaway Theater at Avery Hall

 

March

  • Th 3/5 – Prof. Benjamin Harbert, Georgetown U., film + discussion, “Follow Me Down: Portraits of Louisiana Prison Musicians,” 8-10 PM/Weis Cinema
  • W 3/11 – “Eliso” (1928 Georgian silent film) with live vocal music by Georgian trio Kavkasia, time/place TBD
  • W 3/25 – Yiddish song workshop, Ethel Raim, 1:30-3:30/Bard Hall

 

April

  • Th 4/2 Marti Newland, “Concert Spirituals, Black Sopranos and the Politics of Racial Inequality” recital & lecture, 7 PM/Bard Hall
  • Th 4/9 – Jean Cook of Future of Music Coalition lecture, 5 PM/place TBD
  • W 4/22 – Chornobyl Songs Project concert & lecture with Zozulka (Willa Roberts, Eva Salina, Maria Sonevytsky), 8 PM/Bard Hall
  • Th 4/30Matuto forró workshop & concert, (workshop: 11-1 PM/place TBD) (concert: 7:30/LUMA Theater @ Fisher Center)

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