News & Announcements
The Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard University has announced the names of fifteen composers selected to receive 2019 Fromm commissions. Eight of the fifteen winners are alumni of Columbia's DMA program in Composition.
Professor Zosha Di Castri's album "Tachitipo" has been included on "The New Yorker" music critic Alex Ross's preliminary list of Notable Recordings of 2019.
Dr. Kozak was interviewed by Columbia News about his new book, "Enacting Musical Time: The Bodily Experience of New Music."
Professor Ellie Hisama was selected by the Office of the Provost as one of fourteen new Provost Leadership Fellows for 2019-2021.
The Columbia University Ethnomusicology community is delighted to congratulate our recent PhD alumnus Dr. Beatriz Goubert, who has been selected as the associate editor for Latin America at RILM (International Repertory of Music Literature) in New York.
On November 9, 2019, Magdalena Stern-Baczewska (Director, Music Performance Program) gave the Canadian premiere of Tan Dun's Piano Concerto "The Banquet" with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and the composer conducting.
Emily Hansell Clark won the 2019 Latin American and Caribbean Music Section of the Society for Ethnomusicology (LACSEM) student paper prize for her paper "Wiet Wiet, Kiaauw: Birds and Men in Suriname and the Netherlands."
Dr. Eamonn Bell was appointed as a postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Music at Trinity College, Dublin in October 2019.
“Affordances and Free Improvisation: An Analytical Framework”—which Dr. Hannaford delivered at last year’s combined meeting for the American Musicological Society (AMS) and Society for Music Theory (SMT) in San Antonio—was awarded the Steve Larson Award for Jazz Scholarship at this year’s SMT meeting in Columbus.
The Department of Music at Columbia University invites applications for Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowships.