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Centaur Records to issue JoAnn Taricani’s "Soundscape for a Cornonation.” School of Music Professor JoAnn Taricani will direct the recording of 17th-century British music for which she was awarded the Noah Greenberg Award from the American Musicological Society in 2017; Centaur Records has announced that it will publish the recording, "Soundscape for a Coronation" in late 2019.  Combining voice, the Baroque instruments violin, theorbo, cello, and valveless trumpet, the music was published... Read more
Violinist Rachel Lee Priday (Photo: Lisa-Marie Mazzucco)
The University of Washington School of Music announces the appointment of celebrated Korean-American violinist Rachel Lee Priday to the faculty as Assistant Professor of Violin in the UW Strings Program, effective in the 2019-2020 school year.  “We are excited to welcome Rachel Priday to the School of Music,” says Director Richard Karpen. “She rose to the top of a strong field of candidates we considered for this position, and we know that she will be a brilliant addition to our already-... Read more
UW Music 2019-20 Concert Season brochure cover
A new season of music-making begins at the University of Washington School of Music, and UW Music's 2019-20 concert season presents music from across the centuries and up to the present moment in a panoply of styles, approaches, and techniques. The UW welcomes concert violinist Rachel Lee Priday to the School of Music faculty in Fall Quarter 2019. Newly appointed as an assistant professor in the strings program, Rachel brings astonishing talent and wide-ranging interests to the UW's already-... Read more
flyer image for the THEME lecture series
A fall colloquium at the School of Music convenes faculty and students from Music Theory, History, Ethnomusicology, and Music Education (THEME), along with visiting scholars in those areas of study.  The fall quarter THEME lecture series runs select Friday afternoons through early December in the School of Music Fishbowl. The series kicks off Friday, Oct. 11... Read more
UW Music History alumnus Benjamin Albritton.
The Department of Special Collections of Stanford Libraries has appointed Music History alumnus  Ben L. Albritton (PhD Music History) as its Rare Book Curator.  He began his new assignment this past June.  Stanford Libraries rare book collection is extensive with an estimated size in excess of 265,000 titles.  The Rare Books Division of the Department acquires antiquarian and modern titles both for intellectual content and as historical artifacts.  Materials... Read more

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