Sounding Ethnomusicology: Transcending Borders

March 1, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Orvis Auditorium

One of the great things about culture is that it is constantly changing. Sometimes this change occurs through interaction between different cultures and ideas.

'Sounding Ethnomusicology: Transcending Borders' explores this relationship with pieces that highlight, to varying degrees, interacting traditions, changing practices, and even genres. East engages the west, technology merges with tradition, and internal practices explore new avenues of expression in 'Crossing Boundaries,' so please join the Ethnomusicology Association in our own exploration of interacting cultures.

The Ethnomusicology Association is a student-run organization at the University of Hawai'i that seeks to increase awareness and understanding of all musics and cultures through outreach, education, and performance within the University, the community, and beyond. Although the group is comprised largely of Ethnomusicology students, all students are able and encouraged to join.

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Music Department, Mānoa Campus

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