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Remembering A True Basque Artist

Last week my neighbor Xabi told me about an upcoming tribute concert in Donosti (San Sebastian) to a Basque singer and composer named Imanol Larzabal, or “Imanol” as he was known, who passed away about 10 years ago. 526 more words


In Discipline: Talks from the European Side

This week, In Discipline welcomes Andreja Vrekalić, a graduate student from the Academy of Music at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. We invite you read her thoughtful reflections; many thanks to Andreja for offering these insights! 2,505 more words


Professor of Music Learned Sitar from Masters

By María Núñez

If anyone knows anything about being at the right place at the right time, it is Professor Stephen Slawek. Throughout his lifelong music career, Slawek has not only taught music and music history, but also found a way to immerse himself in it. 1,134 more words


All About That Basque, 'Bout That Basque

My name is Billy. I am a musician and a songwriter. I was born and raised on the soil of the North American West Coast. A few years ago I became aware of a people group that lives in the area of northern Spain and southern France. 604 more words


The HSI Metamorphosis

A little over a month ago, our team gathered outside of Atlanta for the annual Heart Sounds International Summit. The Summit is the one time of year that our entire team is together in one place. 187 more words



Welcome to World Music for Kids!

This web-blog is designed to educate young minds toward a better understanding of world music.  If you would like to know more about this page, please refer to the “ 88 more words


Congratulations!!! Professor Alajaji Receives Tenure in the F&M Music Department

Congratulations to the ethnomusicology professor Sylvia Alajaji for receiving tenure at F&M! Professor Alajaji received her Ph.D. in Musicology from the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music. 171 more words