Wilson Hall, Boyd Recital Room (Room 101)

Coffee 8:30-9AM

Panel 1 (9-11:10AM)
Session chair: Karen Uslin, Rowan University

“Nothing Is Too Broken”: Serving a Community with New Music.
Benjamin Safran, Temple University 

Towards an Inclusive Early Music Course
Eric Hung, Music of Asian America Research Center

Contextualizing the Mystery Sonatas of Heinrich Biber
JoAnn Udovich, Fairfield, PA

Business Meeting 11:20-noon 

Lunch noon-1:45PM

Panel 2 (2-3:25PM)
Session chair: Sabrina Clarke, West Chester University

Benjamin Britten and the English Folk Revival
Julian Onderdonk, West Chester University 

D-Minor Concertos and Symphonies of the Brahms-Schumann Circle in the 1850s: Cross-Relationships and Mutual Influences
Jacquelyn Sholes, University of Rochester

Break 3:25-3:35PM

Panel 3 (3:35-5PM)
Session chair: Julian Onderdonk, West Chester University

A Moon Shaped Pool: Subversion and Trauma in Radiohead
Sean Davis, Temple University/West Chester University 

Pabllo Vittar, Drag Queen: Performing Subversion of Desire in Brazilian Dance Music
Miranda Sousa, University of Pittsburgh

-Parking: Park in Lot D (no permit required on the weekends; see attached campus map)
-Lunch: many restaurants are on nearby Rowan Boulevard (a 15-minute walk or 5-minute drive), including Mariachi Mexican, La Scala (Italian), Chickie & Pete’s, Playa Bowl, Alumni Grill, Dusk to Dawn, Pizza Hut, and a Barnes and Noble that has a cafe in it. Landmark Bar & Grille is about two blocks past Rowan Boulevard (a short drive).

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