Amy Herzog: “Dark Times: Fabulation, Synchrony, and the Musical Moment in Media”

Dark Times: Fabulation, Synchrony, and the Musical Moment in Media” CAM is excited to present an upcoming talk by visiting scholar, Amy Herzog (Professor of Media Studies, Queens College, CUNY). 2pm @ MRH 2.634. Free and open to the public. Hosted

Upcoming Talk: Jaqueline Avila, “Sumbro’s Urban Soundtrack”

CAM is excited to present a talk with visiting scholar, Jaqueline Avila, Associate Professor of Musicology (The University of Tennessee): “Sumbro’s Urban Soundtrack: Music, Silence, and Nostalgia in Alonso Ruizpalacios’s 2014 Film, Güeros“. Friday, Feb. 8. 3:30pm @ MRH 2.604 Free

Aizuri Quartet Debut Album, “Blueprinting” Nominated for 2019 Grammy Award

Aizuri Quartet’s debut album, Blueprinting, featuring a new work by Butler School of Music Professor of Composition, Dr. Yevgeniy Sharlat, is nominated for a 2019 Grammy Award. More info here.

New Publication by Prof. James Buhler: Theories of the Soundtrack

Professor of Music Theory and Director of the Center for American Music, Dr. James Buhler, has a new book published by Oxford University Press. Theories of the Soundtrack is a first of its kind comprehensive investigation of soundtrack theory. More info

UT Undergraduate Course, Intro to Music Film Sound, Featured on Medium.com

Professor James Buhler’s undergraduate course, Introduction to Music and Film Sound, is a feature article on Medium.com. The course is part of the UT Skills and Experience Flags program which provides undergraduate students with focused study in: Cultural Diversity, Ethics,

Prof. Hannah Lewis – New Book Publication

UT Assistant Professor of Musicology and CAM board member, Dr. Hannah Lewis, has a new book published by Oxford University Press: ‘French Musical Culture and the Coming of Sound Cinema’. Description from Oxford Press:  the transition from silent to synchronized

UT Jazz Orchestra Concert 10/12

The first UT Jazz Orchestra concert of the year is coming up October 12, 7:30pm at Bates Recital Hall. The program will feature 4 composition premiers by UT faculty, composition students, and alumni, including a new works by Dr. John

Jennifer Higdon – Composer In Residence at BSOM

Composer Jennifer Higdon is at Butler School of Music this week working with student composers and various ensembles. Here are links to performances of her music by top BSOM ensembles this week: Sept 30 – UT Wind Ensemble Oct 1

Flow Conference 2018

CAM is proud to co-sponsor Flow Conference 2018: A Critical Discussion of Television and New Media at UT Austin, September 27-29. Here’s a link to this year’s program at flowjournal.org: Flow Conference 2018

Dr. Morgan Luker on Argentinian and Tango Musical Culture 10/1-2

Fall 2018 AGEMS Colloquium Series Morgan Luker is Associate Professor of Music at Reed College. He is the author of The Tango Machine: Musical Culture in the Age of Expediency (University of Chicago Press, 2016) and the founding director of