The Ron Alexander Memorial Lectures in Musicology
The Ron Alexander Memorial Lectures in Musicology, founded in 1991 in memory of Ronald James Alexander (1961-1990), have included a wide range of lecturers from universities around the world speaking on a variety of musicological topics. Each quarter a new series is offered, and lectures are free and open to the public.
Join us for in-depth discussions of music and history. Lectures take place on Mondays at 4:30 PM in Braun Music Center, Room 103, unless otherwise indicated.
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Peter Schmelz (Arizona State University, Tempe AZ)
"Sergey Kuryokhin in the Musical Ring: Soviet Experimentalism in the 1980s"
Anna Wittstruck (University of Puget Sound, Tacoma WA)
"How Do We Listen to Dance? The Curious Case of Constant Lambert and His Lost Ballet, Horoscope"
Clare Bokulich (Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis MO)
"Masses and Interludes, ca. 1400–1600"
For more information on these presentations, please contact Jesse Rodin.