Raz was featured on BBC Radio 3's Music Matters talking about her research on Hector Berlioz. Catch the conversation here.
The “Future Histories of Music Theory” working group has published a jointly-written Musicological Brainfood. Read it here.
Prof. Alex Wragge-Morley and Prof. Cécile Bishop will be visiting Histories of Music, Mind, and Body on Jan. 10-14.
“Musical Glasses, Metal Reeds, and Broken Hearts: Two Cases of Melancholia Treated by New Musical Instruments,” has been
Carmel Raz's article has just been published in the Journal of Music Theory 62.2 (October, 2018): 205–248. Link.
Carmel Raz has published two video articles in volumes 4.2 and 4.3 of SMT-V: Videocast Journal of the Society for Music Theory. Link
Prof. Nathan Martin will be a visiting scholar in residence with "Histories of Music, Mind, and Body" from August 29-October 9.
David E. Cohen's essay, "Rhythm, Number, and Heraclitus' River" published on the AMS / SMT History of Music Theory Blog.
Prof. Molly Lester (USNA) will be visiting Histories of Music, Mind, and Body from August 3-7.
Dr. Christopher Florio (Columbia University) will be visiting Histories of Music, Mind, and Body from August 3-7.
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