SAGES Capstone Presentations for Music Majors

Haydn Hall (front) with pink flowers in spring
Thursday, May 4, 2023

2:00 - 5:00 PM
Harkness Chapel, Classroom

CWRU students participate in a SAGES Capstone project over one or two semesters, culminating in a final public presentation of their work in a university-wide celebration of scholarship and service. This is a self-designed project, which explores a subject of particular interest. It may take the form of a research paper, a presentation, a presentation with a performance component, a recording project, or any other format that demonstrates the student’s achievement.

AJ Kluth, Instructor

Presentation Schedule

2:00 PM | "Mediating Limitations of Canonical Performance Practice: Lessons from Vernacular Musics"
Venice Villescas

Arts & Sciences Undergraduate - Music (BA)

2:30 PM | "Romantic Virtuosity and the Flute in 19th Century Europe"
Liyuan Peng

Arts & Sciences Undergraduate - Music (BA)/Psychology (Min)

3:00 PM | "Music and Dance: Historical Shifts in Value and Perception"
Elizabeth Javorsky

Arts & Sciences Undergraduate - Music (BA)/Economics (BA)/Dance (Min)/French (Min)/Pre-Law

3:30 PM | "Shifts in Life and Musical Style"
Bryan Sun
Arts & Sciences Undergraduate - Music (BA)/Biology (BA)/Pre-Health

4:00 PM | "The Intentional Fallacy in Classical and Romantic Music"
Megan Walsh
Arts & Sciences Undergraduate - Music (BA)/Psychology (BA)/Mathematics (Min)/Childhood Studies (Min)

4:30 PM | "Women, Identity, and Bedroom Music Production: Finding Room in the Music Industry"
Andy Regli
Arts & Sciences Undergraduate - Music (BA)/Engineering Undergraduate - Electrical Engineering (BSE)/Signals and Control