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Dr. Kornel Wolak: “Lingual Behavior in Clarinet Articulation: A Multiple-Case Study Into Single and Double Tonguing”

Music and Science Magazine has just published the results of a study on “Lingual Behavior in Clarinet Articulation: A Multiple-Case Study Into Single and Double Tonguing” This is the second peer-reviewed publication on the subject and it is a collaborative effort of Drs. Kornel Wolak (Queen’s University), Anneke Slis, Aravind Namasivayam, and Pascal van

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R. Mackay, K. Pegley, R. Draisey Collishaw: Junos 50th Anniversary

Multiple DAN school faculty members have contributed to The Conversation’s Junos 50h Anniversary Article. Click HERE to view article. “Cancon music aficionados are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Canada’s Juno Awards. Known variously in Juno history as “Best Single,” “Best Selling Single,” and now “Single of the

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Julie Salverson: When Words Sing

The Watershed Festival opened with a book launch for When Words Sing. This collection of opera libretti is the first of its kind in English anywhere, and it’s Canadian! Meet the creators behind the words of Canadian opera in this exciting new collection of contemporary

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Kelsey Jacobson: Audiences in the Archives

On March 22nd 2021 Kelsey Jacobson presented a paper on “Audiences in the Archives” investigating audiences as/by/for performance archives. This panel was organized by the Centre for Spectatorship and Audience Research and also featured Michael Wallace from Theatre Museum Canada. Kelsey’s paper asked how audience

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Kelsey Jacobson: Global Youth Citizenry and Radical Hope

Kelsey Jacobson has recently published a new edited collection, Global Youth Citizenry and Radical Hope: Enacting Community-Engaged Research through Performative Methodologies with co-editors Dr. Kathleen Gallagher and Dirk J. Rodricks. The book explores the affective and relational lives of young people in diverse urban spaces. By following the trajectories of young

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