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Archive: October 2017 (3 Posts)

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American Ballet Theatre on the Road: Touring Rodeo

Posted by: Cait Miller

The following is a guest post from Sophie Benn, one of the Music Division’s Fellows from Case Western Reserve University this past summer. Dance Archivist Libby Smigel introduces her. I’m beginning to believe that every dance historian could benefit from working alongside a dance-loving musicologist. This past summer graduate student Sophie Benn fit that role …

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Concerts from the Library of Congress 2017-2018 Opening Events

Posted by: Cait Miller

The following is a guest post from Anne McLean, Senior Producer for Concerts and Special Events. The Music Division launches a terrific 2017-2018 Concerts from the Library of Congress season with a great pair of exciting events. We have two back-to-back season openers: Ensemble Signal, presenting music of Steve Reich, on Wednesday, October 18; and …

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Upcoming Lecture: “The Kishineff Massacre and Domestic Musical Practice in America”

Posted by: Cait Miller

On Tuesday, October 24, the Library of Congress will welcome Dr. Randall E. Goldberg, Director and Associate Professor of Musicology at the Dana School of Music of Youngstown State University, to present on “The Kishineff Massacre and Domestic Musical Practice in America.” As part of the American Musicological Society/Library of Congress Lecture Series, Dr. Goldberg’s …