AMS-NE Fall Chapter Meeting October 4, 2014 Clark University Traina Center for the Arts ( Directions and Campus Map ) 10:00-10:35 Refreshments and Registration (Annual Dues $10--exact change appreciated!) Morning Session 10:35 Welcome 10:40 New Sonic Landscapes: Otto Luening, Ferruccio Busoni, and Electronic Music Erinn Knyt (University of Massachusetts Amherst) Erinn Knyt is currently an assistant professor of music history at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She received her B.A. in Music with highest honors from the University of California, Davis in 2003, an M.M. in Music from Stanford University in 2007, and a Ph.D. in Music and Humanities from Stanford University in 2010. Knyt received a Mellon Fellowship for her dissertation research and has an article that explores Busoni's idiosyncratic compositional process in the Journal of Musicology. Her article, Ferruccio Busoni and the Absolute in Music: Natu
Newly elected officers of the AMS New England Chapter are as follows Evan MacCarthy , President (2020-22) Mark DeVoto , Program Chair (2020-22) Richard Mueller , Representative to AMS Council (2020-23) Ginger Dellenbaugh , Student Representative to AMS Council (2020-22). Additionally, the 2020 recipient of the Chapter's Schafer Award is Samuel Chan (New York University), who presented the paper "Sinophonic Discords: Musical Hatred and the Negotiation of Sonic Difference" at our Fall 2019 meeting. And we are indebted and grateful to Jacquelyn Sholes for her four years of service as President of the chapter.
Hosted by Brandeis University If you plan to participate in this virtual meeting, please register (for free) in advance at this link: https://brandeis.wufoo.com/forms/m1vzze2b1xkz2we/ After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Chapter meeting on February 5, 2022 (including the Zoom link for the meeting). Program (all times listed below are EDT) PDF with program and abstracts here Abstracts and bios available here 10:45-11:00AM Welcoming Remarks 11:00AM-12:30PM Morning Session (chaired by Chloe Danitz, Brandeis University) “Navigating a Changing Music Business: Giulio Briccialdi and the Musicians’ Response to Shifting Demands” Samantha Tripp (Tufts University) “Digital Amati: Structure and Interpretation of Classical Stringed Instruments” Harry Mairson (Brandeis University) “‘Just to Be and Dance ’: Jerome Robbins, J.S. Bach, and Late Style” Erinn Knyt (University of Massachusetts Amherst) 12:30PM-1:45PM Lunch Break