MMaP Lecture Series 2009 - 2010

CLARY CROFT Carrying the tune: the personal reflections of a traditional music popularizer. ELIZABETH MACKINLAY Reflecting on big women from Borroloola: approaching, applying and decolonising ethnomusicology in the context of indigenous Australia

MARTIN LUSSIER Montreal's “Musiques émergentes”: a community without identity     DAWN AVERY Tekeni – two worlds: a look at classical native music through indigenous eyes

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Wednesday, September 30, 2009 MMaP Gallery Arts and Culture Centre 7:30 p.m

Mr. Clary Croft (Helen Creighton Foundation) Carrying the tune: the personal reflections of a traditional music popularizer.

 

Thursday, October 15, 2009 MMaP Gallery Arts and Culture Centre 7:30 p.m

Dr. Elizabeth Mackinlay (University of Queensland) Reflecting on Big Women from Borroloola: Approaching, applying and decolonising ethnomusicology in the context of Indigenous Australia.

 

Thursday, November 12, 2009 MMaP Gallery Arts and Culture Centre 7:30 p.m

Dr. Martin Lussier (Memorial University and Université de Montréal) Montréal’s “Musiques émergentes”: a community without identity.

 

Tuesday, February 16, 2010 MMaP Gallery Arts and Culture Centre 7:30 p.m

Dr. Dawn Avery (Montgomery College) Tekeni – two worlds: a look at Classical Native Music through Indigenous Eyes.

 

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