Mathew Rosenblum, Professor of composition, has been awarded a 2006 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Music Fellowship Grant.
The 35th Annual Jazz Seminar and Concert, Bach and the Baroque, and Music on the Edge received recognition
Roger Zahab, lecturer in composition and theory, instructor in violin, and viola, and director of Pitt’s Symphony Orchestra
Routledge has published the third and final volume of Historical musicology professor Mary S. Lewis’ book on the sixteenth-century Venetian music printer Antonio Gardano.
Professor of ethnomusicology Bell Yung has been very busy in Hong Kong during the month of November.
An article by ethnomusicology doctoral candidate Eun-Young Jung, “Articulating Korean Youth Culture through Global Popular Music Styles: Seo Taiji's Use of Rap and Metal,”
Professor of Music Don Franklin (musicology) will chair a symposium as part of the Bach Festival 2005 at the Bach Académie de Montréal.
Articles from a Department alumnus and a current doctoral candidate appear in the most recent volume of BACH
Bell Yung, Professor of ethnomusicology and Director of Pitt’s Asian Studies Center, will give two gallery talks and a recital on the qin
The Music Department welcomes Amy Williams to the faculty as assistant professor in composition/theory.