About this Event
York University School of Music's Graduate Music Students Association is proud to present:
Our 2nd annual GMSA Colloquium
This two-day event is free and available both online and in person at the York University Keele Campus, ACE Building.
Dr. Philip Ewell (bio below) Is this year's Keynote Speaker and Guest Panelist.
CALL FOR PAPERS / PRESENTERS / PERFORMERS:
Philip Ewell is a Professor of Music Theory at Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he serves as Director of Graduate Studies in the music department. His specialties include Russian music theory, Russian opera, modal theory, and race studies in music. In addition to his many publications, his work has been featured in news outlets such as the BBC, Die Zeit, NPR, the New York Times, the New Yorker, and WQXR’s Aria Code. His monograph, On Music Theory, And Making Music More Welcoming for Everyone, will appear at the University of Michigan Press in Spring 2023. He is under contract at W.W. Norton to coauthor a new music theory textbook, The Engaged Musician: Theory and Analysis for the Twenty-First Century, that will be a modernized, reframed, and inclusive work based on recent developments in music theory pedagogy. Finally, he is the series editor for Oxford UP’s new book series “Theorizing African American Music.”
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Canada