Tiber F.M. Falzett, inaugural holder of the Scottish Heritage USA visiting lectureship in Scottish Gaelic Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill. A fluent Scottish Gaelic speaker as well as a singer and bagpiper, Dr. Falzett has presented
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Stewart Carter, professor of music, Wake Forest University Dr. Carter will discuss new instruments for the Chinese folk orchestra. He is past president of the Society for Seventeenth-Century Music and the American Musical Instrument Society.
RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MUSICIANS, THEIR INSTRUMENTS AND COMMUNITIES: INSIGHTS FROM THE BUSOGA TRUMPETS MUSIC REVITALIZATION PROJECT IN UGANDA James Isabirye, lecturer of music and drama, Kyambogo University, Kampala, Uganda Dr. Isabirye’s research interests include indigenous models
The Price Music Center (PMC) Lecture Series – open to students and the public – brings music scholars and musicians from different cultures to campus to share their music in performance, and speak on how
Louise Meintjes (Associate Professor of Music and Cultural Anthropology, Duke University) Millions of women in the Global South ululate out into the world from a range of religious, class, ethnic, national, and historical positions. How
Joshua Pilzer is a scholar of Korean and Japanese music. He is the author of Hearts of Pine: Songs in the Lives of Three Korean Survivors of the Japanese ‘Comfort Women’ (2012) and is currently finishing another ethnographic book on the musicality of everyday life among Korean victims of the atomic bombing of Japan and their children.