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In Memoriam: David Rubinstein

Last week, we lost a friend and colleague, David Rubinstein, who succumbed to his long battle with cancer at age 57. David was a viola/violin teaching associate in our Applied Music Program and a coach of Chamber Music ensembles.
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Asha Tamirisa to Join Bates College as Assistant Professor of Music

The Department of Music is proud to share the news that Asha Tamirisa, PhD '19 Music & Multimedia Composition (formerly known as Computer Music & Multimedia), has accepted the tenure track position of Assistant Professor of Music at Bates College. Congratulations, Asha!
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The Department of Music proudly announces the hire of Enongo Lumumba-Kasongo for a 2-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in Music with specialization in the aesthetics and techniques of music of the African diaspora.
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PhD Candidate Byrd McDaniel Featured in Research Matters Talk

Byrd McDaniel, PhD Candidate in Ethnomusicology, was featured as one of the speakers at the Graduate School's "Research Matters" event on April 9, 2019 in Grant Recital Hall.
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In Memoriam: Debra Mann

Last week, we lost a friend and colleague, Debra Mann.
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Brown University invites applications for a 2-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in Music with specialization in the aesthetics and techniques of music of the African diaspora. This position is to be held jointly at the Cogut Institute for the Humanities and the Department of Music, effective July 1, 2019.
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Luke Moldof: Traditional Terrain

“I just want to do something and then it’s gone. Just make a recording or just make some photographs or just make a video.”
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Nicole Carroll and the Orrery Arcana

“I like possibilities. And as an instrument builder I like to do things that are a bit out of the status quo.”
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Wang Lu's Urban Inventory Reviewed by The New Yorker

"I’ve listened at least a dozen times to the composer Wang Lu’s new album, 'Urban Inventory' (New Focus Recordings), and remain happily lost in its riotous maze of ideas and images.
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