Please join us for our third EthNoise! Ethnomusicology Workshop meeting of the Spring quarter, which will take place on Thursday afternoon, April, 9th, from 4:30 to 6, in Regenstein room 264.
Our presenter will be:
Ieda Bispo, Ph.D student in Ethnomusicology from the Department of Music at the University of Chicago
Title of the presentation: “The production of a concert and its role in redefining space, time, and identity for a Neopentecostal community in Sao Paulo”
Thursday, April 9th
4:30 pm, Regenstein, room 264
Persons with a disability, who may need assistance in attending this event, please call Rachel Adelstein at 773-924-0115 in advance of the event.
Please join us for a special EthNoise! edition this Tuesday, April 7th at 5:00pm, in Regenstein, r. 264.
We will have a “dry run” of conference papers by Trent Leipert and Gregory Weinstein. This is an opportunity for them to practice their presentations and receive some friendly feedback.
Trent will be reading his paper, “Negotiating the Chanson: Serge Gainsbourg, 1958-1968.”
Greg will be presenting “‘A Window into a Performance’: Global Ideologies of Classical Music Recording in Post-Fordist London“.
The dry run will be held Tuesday, April 7th, at 5:00pm, in Regenstein, room 264.
Persons with a disability who may need assistance in attending this event, please call Ieda Bispo at 773-655-2504 in advance of the event.
To those people who will be attending Shayna Silverstein‘s EthNoise! presentation on Thursday, April 2,
Because of an unforeseen scheduling conflict, there has been a VENUE CHANGE for this event.
We will keep you advised of further venue changes in future e-mails. Thank you for your patience as we sort things out.