Second webinar by Luca Bragalini with ICAMus and the University of Michigan: Jewish Blues in 20th-Century Classical Music. An ICAMus-The International Center for American Music event, sponsored by the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, in collaboration with MCECS-Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies and MES-Middle East Studies Department, The University of Michigan.
In honor of Martin Luther King Day 2022 and of International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2022.
ONLINE VIDEO PRESENTATION, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST, 2022, AT 3:00-5:00 PM EST.
FREE REGISTRATION: https://tinyurl.com/t77y66uh
In the image above: event's poster. Acknowledging the Jean & Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan; special thanks to Jillian Luciow, Public Engagement and Events Specialist.
On February 1st, 2022, the new documentary video by Luca Bragalini, Jewish Blues in 20th-Century Classical Music is discussed by a panel of specialists.
Joshua Scott, Technical coordinator - Welcome
Scott Spector, Director of Frankel Center for Judaic Studies – Intro from JS
Jim Lepkowski, President of MCECS-Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies - Intro from MCECS
Aloma Bardi, Director of ICAMus-The International Center for American Music - Intro from ICAMus; introduces Luca Bragalini
3:10 – Video - duration: 59:27
4:10-4:30 – The Panel of Specialists discussing the video includes:
Aloma Bardi - American-Music scholar, Founding Director of ICAMus
Paolo Somigli - musicologist, University of Bozen-Bolzano, South Tyrol, Italy
Nicole Panizza - musicologist and concert pianist, University of Coventry, UK
Marilyn Lester - author, editor, jazz critic, New York
4:30-5:00 – Luca Bragalini replies to comments, Q&A, general discussion
5:00 – End of event
In the photo above: Luca Bragalini, jazz scholar and Duke Ellington specialist. Photo courtesy Luca Bragalini, 2021.