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Kip Pegley: MusiCultures Article

Kip Pegley’s article “Looking for “Our Song”: Canadian Soldiers and their Remembrance of War” was published in MUSICultures 46/1 (2019). In this article, Kip considers why Canadian soldiers seek out musical anthems by examining two pivotal musical moments: one during deployment (the music soldiers heard before going

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Fourth Annual Performing Research Mini-Conference

The Annual Dan School “Performing Research” Undergraduate Mini-Conference on Friday, March 5th this year features six students working with four different faculty supervisors and presenting an exciting range of topics. Performing research Fourth Annual Dan School of Drama and Music Undergraduate Mini Conference Friday, 5

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Margaret Walker: Re-Cognizing Dance

Margaret Walker participated in “Nautch to Kathak: The Hidden Story,” a Scholar Series episode of Re-Cognizing Dance on January 29, 2021. Re-Cognizing Dance is an online platform organized by Indian Dance Scholar-Practitioners based in Delhi and Bangalore hosting events on the socio-political history of Indian dance

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Rebecca Draisey-Collishaw: Listener Discretion Advised

Dan School Post-Doctoral Fellow, Rebecca Draisey Collishaw’s article “Listener Discretion Advised: The Power and Politics of Intercultural Encounters on Music Radio” has been published in Music & Politics. We wish Rebecca all the best as she relocates to the U.K. in March. “Listener Discretion Advised: The

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Dylan Robinson: Barbara Pentland Award

Stó:lō scholar Dylan Robinson, Professor of the Dan School’s MUTH-329 Listening Otherwise course, was presented with the Barbara Pentland Award of Excellence on Friday, February 5, 2021, in recognition of his extraordinary contribution to Canadian Music.  The award was presented online at the beginning of

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Bridge & Wolak: From Bach to Benny Goodman

From Bach to Benny Goodman Bridge & Wolak February 6, 2021 at 2:00pm EST The Dan School of Drama and Music would like to invite you to an uplifting/winter cheer concert featuring our own faculty Dr. Kornel Wolak (clarinet), who is a member of the

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Ali Hassan in the News

  “Is There Bacon in Heaven?: And Other Pressing Questions From a Muslim is a comedic yet insightful look at Hassan’s lifelong relationship with being Muslim, sharing experiences like learning Arabic and discovering pepperoni. It also looks how becoming a parent inspired him to examine his relationship with his Muslim culture more

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Dr. Stephanie Lind: The Soundtrack

Dr. Stephanie Lind guest-edited a Special Theme Issue on Musical Disruption in Video Games for The Soundtrack a journal focusing on the interaction of sound in media.  The six articles in Volume 11, nos. 1-2 (including Lind’s own work, an analysis of soundscape in Assassin’s Creed) all focus on this phenomenon,

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