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A Jewish Musical Journey with Yanky and Shulem Lemmer - AT CAPACITY

January 31, 2018 -
7:30pm to 9:00pm
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Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund Lecture

This concert will be followed by a conversation with Mark L. Kligman, Professor and  Mickey Katz Endowed Chair in Jewish Music in Ethnomusicology and Musicology at UCLA and Jeremiah Lockwood, PhD candidate in Education and Jewish Studies.

Mark Kligman specializes in the liturgical traditions of Middle Eastern Jewish communities and various areas of popular Jewish music.  He has published on the liturgical music of Syrian Jews in Brooklyn in journals as well as his book, Maqām and Liturgy: Ritual, Music and Aesthetics of Syrian Jews in Brooklyn (Wayne State University, 2009), which shows the interconnection between the music of Syrian Jews and their cultural way of life.  His other publications focus on the intersection of contemporary Jewish life and various liturgical and paraliturgical musical contexts.  He is the academic Chair of the Jewish Music Forum and co-editor of the journal Musica Judaica. He is also on the board of the Association for Jewish Studies.

Note: This event is at capacity. 

Event Sponsor: 
Department of Music, Stanford Live, Taube Center for Jewish Studies, Institute for Diversity in the Arts (IDA)
Event Type: 
Performance
Performers Type: 
Guest Artists
Academic Quarter: 
Winter 2018
Guest Artist(s): 
Yanky and Shulem Lemmer