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

Introducing 2018-19 Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Eric Dienstfrey

The Center for American Music is proud to introduce 2018-19 Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Eric Dienstfrey. In addition to ongoing research and writing, Dr. Dienstfrey is teaching a graduate seminar course called “Music, Sound, Technology”.  Here is a brief Q&A with

Upcoming Lecture: “Media Archival Studies: The Sound Archive as a Temporal Strategy of Discursive Emergence”

CAM is excited to host a talk with visiting scholar Josh Shepperd. 5pm October 1st at Butler School of Music, MRH 3.114. Dr. Shepperd is an Assistant Professor at Catholic University and directs the #RPTF as Sound History Fellow of

Upcoming Lecture: ‘Experiencing Musical Vitality in Film’

Dr. Mark Durrand (University of Akron) visits BSOM to give a talk about his work exploring music and sound in film. Friday 4/27, 3:30pm @ MRH 2.610.  This event is free and open to the public. Mark Durrand completed his

Composer Kristofer Maddigan visits BSOM

The Center for American Music was proud to sponsor a visit this week by innovative composer Kristofer Maddigan. He delivered a fascinating informal talk with students at Belmont Hall. Thanks to Professor Charles Carson for organizing and hosting this event.

Dr. Robin Moore On His New Book, “Fernando Ortiz on Music: Selected Writing on Afro-Cuban Culture”

            Dr. Robin Moore, Professor of Ethnomusicology (University of Texas), took some time out of his busy schedule to talk with us about his newly published work, “Fernando Ortiz On Music: Selected Writing on Afro-Cuban

New Publication by Dr. Robin Moore: “Fernando Ortiz on Music: Selected Writing on Afro-Cuban Culture”

Congratulations to Dr. Robin Moore on his new book, “Fernando Ortiz on Music: Selected Writing on Afro-Cuban Culture”, published by Temple University Press. “Informed by Moore’s deep knowledge of Afro-Cuban music and culture, this anthology makes the work of legendary anthropologist