Mar 24 2021
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Apr 21 2021
Online:  Musicology, Inspired by Bowers Permanent ...

Online: Musicology, Inspired by Bowers Permanent ...

Presented by Bowers Museum at Online/Virtual Space

Let music be your guide as you gain insight into different cultures and the rich history depicted in Bowers Museum's permanent collection, with exhibition spotlights including Ceramics of Western Mexico, First Californians, Spirits and Headhunters: Art of the Pacific, California Legacies: Missions and Ranchos (1768-1848), and Ancient Arts of China. Programs are presented by leading experts with virtual live Q&As at 1:30 PM on designated lecture dates.

WEDNESDAYS

March 24 | Indigenous Music and Instruments of Ancient Mexico
Presented by Jim Berenholtz, Ethnomusicologist

March 31 | Indigenous Music and Instruments of Native North America
Presented by Jim Berenholtz, Ethnomusicologist

April 7 | Indigenous Music and Instruments of the South Pacific
Presented by Jim Berenholtz, Ethnomusicologist

April 14 | (Re)Imagining California Mission Music and Californio/Mexican Musical Life in the Rancho Period and Beyond
Presented by Dr. John Koegel, Professor of Musicology at California State University, Fullerton

April 21 | Music of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
Presented by Dr. Guangming Li, Professor of Ethnomusicology, UCLA

 

Admission Info

$10 General  |  $5 Bowers Members

5-Part Series package: $25 Member |  $50 General

Phone: 714.567.3677

Email: programs@bowers.org

Dates & Times

2021/03/24 - 2021/04/21

Location Info

Online/Virtual Space