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An Overview of Philippine Music Cultures with Professor Verne de la Peña

This upcoming talk will introduce participants to the diverse music cultures of the Philippines from precolonial Asiatic traditions to post colonial syncretic styles.
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Date: 
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 - 11:00am - 12:30pm
Location: 
370 Dwinelle

Early Modern Studies

Bringing together students and faculty with an interest in the "long seventeenth century" (approx. 1550-1689) in Britain, Europe, and the Americas

The Townsend Center's Early Modern Studies working group, also known as the Berkeley Early Modern Organization, aims to bring together students and faculty with an interest in the "long seventeenth century" (approximately 1550-1689) in Britain, Europe, and the Americas.

Für Kenner und Liebhaber 2.0: Modes of expertise in online file-sharing communities

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Für Kenner und Liebhaber 2.0: Modes of expertise in online file-sharing communities 

Olga Panteleeva (Music)

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Date: 
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Location: 
BCNM Commons (340 Moffitt Library)

On the Record: Musicians, Labels, and Fans in 2013

Please join us for a panel discussion with Amanda Brown, co-founder of the Not Not Fun and 100% Silk labels, Dawson Ludwig, marketing director at Noise Pop, and Jaime Nabrynski, projects manager at Zeitgeist Managment, who will be exploring contemporary issues in the music industry: what rights do labels afford musicians? how do fanbases develop? what are the ethics related to music marketing and consumption?

Light refreshments will be served. The event is open to the public.

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Date: 
Thursday, September 12, 2013 - 5:15pm - 7:00pm
Location: 
UC Berkeley, Archaeological Research Facility, Room 101

Colloquium in the Studies of Music

A weekly forum for graduate students engaged with music-affiliated topics to present their research before an audience of peers and faculty.

The Colloquium in the Studies of Music working group, hosted in the music department, offers a weekly forum for graduate students engaged with music-affiliated topics to present their research before an audience of peers and faculty. With a wide range of topics and approaches, the working group fosters closer dialogue between musicology, ethnomusicology and sound studies at the graduate level.

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