Indiana University Orthodox Music Symposium

Indiana University Orthodox Music Symposium

January 2011 5 episodes

Sponsored by All Saints Orthodox Church in Bloomington, IN and The Early Music Institute of the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.  The host and emcee is Richard Barrett, choir director at All Saints Orthodox Church.


Episodes

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Date Title & Description Duration        
Jan 27, 2011

Panel Discussion

Moderated by Vicki Pappas - the National Chairman of the National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians.

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1:00:21
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Jan 27, 2011

Richard Toensing

Richard Toensing held an academic appointment at Upsala College in New Jersey prior to accepting a position at the University of Colorado in Boulder, where he served as a professor of composition and as the Director of the University’s Electronic Music Studio, New Music Festival, and New Music Ensemble.

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49:42
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Jan 27, 2011

Kurt Sander

Associate professor and Department Chair at Northern Kentucky University. His music has been heard at various concerts and festivals throughout the country and in Europe.

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47:20
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Jan 27, 2011

Alexander Khalil

Alexander Khalil is an ethnomusicologist, a performer, and composer. He holds a doctoral degree in music from University of California, San Diego.

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1:04:56
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Jan 27, 2011

Protopsaltis John Michael Boyer

As a specialist in Byzantine chant repertoire, he lectures at workshops and seminars on Eastern Orthodox liturgical music across the United States. He is introduced by Richard Barrett

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57:13
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