Contemporary Arts Center

Music History and Theory Lecture Series: Nicole Grimes - POSTPONED

At CTSA, our priority is the health and safety of our students and community, including faculty, staff, production team, and supporters. In keeping with the decision released by UCI in response to the COVID-19 health crisis, we have decided to cancel or postponed all performances for the remainder of the Spring 2020 quarter.

Music History and Theory Lecture Series: Stefanie Tcharos - POSTPONED

At CTSA, our priority is the health and safety of our students and community, including faculty, staff, production team, and supporters. In keeping with the decision released by UCI in response to the COVID-19 health crisis, we have decided to cancel or postponed all performances for the remainder of the Spring 2020 quarter.

Music History and Theory Lecture Series: Delia Casadei - POSTPONED

At CTSA, our priority is the health and safety of our students and community, including faculty, staff, production team, and supporters. In keeping with the decision released by UCI in response to the COVID-19 health crisis, we have decided to cancel or postponed all performances for the remainder of the Spring 2020 quarter.

Cesar Favila on “Sonic Thresholds in Colonial Mexican Convents"

Join us for the final Winter 2020 lecture of the 2019–2020 UCI Musicology Guest Lectures series. Dr. Cesar Favila from the University of California, Los Angeles will speak on “Sonic Thresholds in Colonial Mexican Convents: The Grates of the Cloister and the Lips of Nuns, or Who was Sister Rosa?,” Thursday February 27, 4 PM, CAC first floor Colloquium room.

Martha Sprigge on “Musical Widowhood and the Gendered Labour of Mourning in East Germany,”

Join us for the second 2020 lecture of the 2019–2020 UCI Musicology Guest Lectures series. Martha Sprigge from the University of California, Santa Barbara will speak on “Musical Widowhood and the Gendered Labour of Mourning in East Germany,” Thursday February 6, 4 PM, CAC first floor Colloquium room.

Colleen Reardon on "Writing a Tenor’s Voice: Cesare Grandi and the Siena Production of Il Farnaspe (1750)"

Join us for the first 2020 lecture of the 2019–2020 UCI Musicology Guest Lectures series. Our own Colleen Reardon will speak on “Writing a Tenor’s Voice: Cesare Grandi and the Siena Production of Il Farnaspe (1750),” 4 PM, CAC first floor Colloquium room.

Stephan Hammel lecture on Red Musicology: The Concept of Style and the Materialist Conception of Music History

Dr. Stephan Hammel will speak on Red Musicology: The Concept of Style and the Materialist Conception of Music History in the Music History and Theory Guest Lecture series at 5 pm in the CAC first floor lecture room. This even is free and open to the public.

Pages