UCR Department of Music - Wednesday@Noon Series

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The Wednesday@Noon Series offers concerts, lectures, and presentations of academic research by Department of Music faculty, postdoctoral researchers, students, and international guest artists and scholars. Deborah Wong, coordinator.

Wednesday at noon
Free and open to the campus.

OCT 9 – Lecture/Performance in ARTS 157
Dohee Lee, Artistic Director, Puri Arts
MU/巫: Shamanic Ritual
Deborah Wong, coordinator. Co-sponsored by the Department of Dance
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OCT 16 – Presentation in ARTS 157
Ian Dicke, Associate Professor, Composition, UCR
User Agreement: Searching for Privacy in the Digital Age
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OCT 23 – Lecture in ARTS 157   
Iker Saitua, Basque Government Postdoctoral Fellow in History at UCR
Strange Sounds: Music, Basque Immigration, and the Sheepherder Culture in the American West
Walter Clark, coordinator
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OCT 30 – Lecture in ARTS 157   
Wolfgang Reisinger, Organist and Director of Music, Composer, and Teacher
Maurice Duruflé - The Last Impressionist?    
Walter Clark, coordinator
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NOV 13 – Performance in ARTS 157
Art Songs from the German and English classical repertoire
Ralph Cato, coordinator
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NOV 20 – Performance in ARTS 157
Student Performance Series
Jonathan Keplinger, coordinator
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NOV 27 - Lecture in ARTS 213
Presentation by Jacqueline Avila,
Associate Professor, Musicology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville 
Sombra’s Soundscape: Music, Silence, and Nostalgia in Alonso Ruizpalacios’s Güeros (2014) 
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DEC 4 – Concert in ARTS 157  
UCR Choral Society Holiday Concert     
G. Edward Bruner, conductor
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JAN 15 – Lecture in ARTS 157 
Salvador Hernandez, University of North Texas 
Dancing for Life: Music, Immortality, and Values in San Pedro Xicoras, Mexico
Walter Clark, coordinator
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JAN 22 – Lecture in ARTS 157 
Miguel A. Roig-Francolí, Distinguished Teaching Professor of Music Theory and Composition, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music 
A Spaniard in Cincinnati: Tales and Musics of an Immigrant Scholar
Walter Clark, coordinator
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JAN 29 – Presentation in ARTS 157 
Society for Ethnomusicology Southern California and Hawai`i Chapter 
Practice papers presented by grad students

Jonathan Ritter, coordinator
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FEB 5 – Lecture in ARTS 157
Pierpaolo Polzonetti, Jan and Beta Popper Professor of Music, UC Davis                                          
Don Giovanni the Cannibal and other Tyrants
Coordinated by Rogerio Budasz
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FEB 12 – Lecture in ARTS 157 
Paulo C. Chagas, Professor of Composition, UCR Department of Music  
Sound Imaginations: Immersive Sound and Video Installation
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CANCELLED  FEB 19 – Lecture in ARTS 157 
Rogerio Budasz, Professor of Musicology and Chair, UCR Department of Music

FEB 26 – Performance in ARTS 157 
Student Performance Series                                                                    
Jonathan Keplinger, coordinator 
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MAR 4 – Concert in ARTS 157 
UCR Choral Society 
G. Edward Bruner, conductor   Jonathan Keplinger, accompanist
Celebration of Life:
Congressmen Elijah Cummings and John Lewis 

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MAR 11 – Lecture in ARTS 157 
Eric Johns, Ph.D. candidate in musicology, UCR
Music and Race in Early Twentieth-Century Argentina
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This page will be updated weekly. April 3, 2020  

APR 8 – Zoom Lecture 
Rogerio Budasz, UCR Department of Music, Chair 
Navigating class, race, and quality in a slave society: Opera companies in Mato Grosso and Rio de Janeiro, 1780-1820s
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Information:  performingarts@ucr.edu  music.ucr.edu


Wednesday, April 8 at 12:00pm to 12:50pm

Arts Building, Music Rehearsal Hall, ARTS 157 and Performance Lab, ARTS 166
Arts Building, Riverside, CA 92507

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