Music Colloquium Series

Music colloquia provide a weekly forum for presentation and discussion of recent research by distinguished visitors and CWRU faculty and graduate students in musicology, historical performance practice, and music education. 

All talks happen on Fridays at 4:00 PM (Eastern) in Harkness Chapel, Classroom, and are open to the public unless noted otherwise. 

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Spring 2024 Schedule

Jan 26: Peter Bennett (CWRU)
“Music, Liturgy, and the Soundscape of Early Modern France: The 1641 Translation of Saint Martin’s Relics to Tours”

February 2: Lorenzo Candelaria (Vanderbilt University)
“Bernardino de Sahagún’s Psalmodia Christiana and Catholic Formation Among the Mexica in Sixteenth-Century New Spain”      

Feb 9: Maura Sugg (CWRU)
“More Than Meets the Ear: Memory, Intertextuality, and Theology in Tomás Luis de Victoria’s Self-Borrowed Imitation Masses”

Feb 16: Anna Gawboy (The Ohio State University)
"Suprasensory Sounds in Esoteric Discourse and Modernist Practice”

Feb 23: Maureen Mahon (New York University)
“Tina Turner in St. Louis: Becoming the Queen of Rock and Roll”
Sponsored by the Center for Popular Music Studies

Mar 1: Hubert Hazebroucq (Historical Dance Performer/Scholar)
“Dramaturgy of Dance in the Comédie-Ballet: A Laboratory between Ballet de Cour and Opera”
*Location: Harkness Chapel

Mar 22: Allison Paetz (CWRU)
“A Mixed Methods Exploration of Perfectionism, Stress, and Burnout Among PreK-12 Music Educators in the United States”        

Apr 5: Matthew Garrett (CWRU)
“Queering Music Teacher Training”

Apr 12: Vanessa L. Bond (Rowan University)
“Musical Possibilities in the Theory of Loose Parts”

Apr 19: Gurminder Bhogal (Wellesley College)
“Hearing Embodied Timbres in Sikh Devotional Music” 

Past Colloquia

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