Performance, Gestures, Electronics

Friday, May 21, 2021 - 1:00pm to 3:30pm
Musician with neon instruments. credit: Unsplash, Spencer Imbrock

Part of the Music Performance Studies Today Series

Image credit: Unsplash, Spencer Imbrock

Our invited panelists will present on their work in music, technology, and composition. A creative response will follow in the form of a performance of Joceyln Ho’s piece about women’s labor, and our session will conclude with a panel discussion.

Panelists: Jocelyn Ho (UCLA), Margaret Schedel (Stony Brook University), Patricia Alessandrini (Stanford University), Pamela Z
This session includes a performance of “Women’s Labor” by Jocelyn Ho and a panel discussion

Presented by the UCLA Center for Musical Humanities and the UCLA Music Library, in collaboration with co-organizers Pheaross Graham (UCLA) and Farrah O’Shea (UCLA).

For more information and the full schedule, or for tickets, please see Music Performance Studies Today

Series events:

Performing Capitalism and Neoliberalism

Anti-Blackness in Western Classical Music

On Beethoven, Blackness, and Belonging: Debating Classical Music in the Black Atlantic

The Ephemerality of Musical Hearing

21st-Century Pianism: Retrospection, New Directions, and Interpretative Communities

Methods in Music Performance Studies