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  • 09/01/2021

    Announcement of upcoming ICAMus events 2021-2022.

    The Center announces new events in 2021-2022. Among the highlights, the première video-recording of Anthony Philip Heinrich’s works for organ solo (comp. 1850-51); the première performance and video-recording of Sectional Resonance for the Organ (2019) by Jerome N. Margolis; two original videos by jazz and African-American music expert, musicologist Luca Bragalini, for the University of Michigan, in honor of Martin Luther King Day 2022; the inaugural event of American Poets Set to Music by American Composers at the Florence Lyceum on May 16, 2022. Programs and details to be made available closer to each event. Click on red title to learn more!

  • 01/27/2022

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a Black King of the Bible in Duke Ellington’s Symphonic Triptych “Three Black Kings.”

    Luca Bragalini, Professor of Jazz History at the Music Conservatory of Brescia, Italy, offers a webinar on Thursday, January 27, 2022, at 3:00-5:00 PM EST: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a Black King of the Bible in Duke Ellington’s Symphonic Triptych “Three Black Kings.” An ICAMus-The International Center for American Music event, sponsored by MCECS-Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies, in collaboration with the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies and MES-Department of Middle East Studies, The University of Michigan. In honor of Martin Luther King Day 2022. Click on red title to find out more and register!

  • 02/01/2022

    Jewish Blues in 20th-Century Classical Music.

    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-Department of Middle East Studies, 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, 3:00-5:00 PM EST. Click on red title to learn more and register!
 

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