Monash music students will benefit from a memorandum of understanding signed between Monash University and the University of Huddersfield on Tuesday 6 September.
This book contains MAMU Director Margaret Kartomi’s third illustrated article on the musical fighting art of silat in different parts of Indonesia. Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music and MAMU members will remember a lecture by the book’s editor Uwe Paetzold hosted at Monash in 2014.
Congratulations to Dr Jonathan McIntosh and Karl Willebrant who have taken out two of the … Continue reading Music Finishes the Year on a High
Professor Margaret Kartomi has been awarded another ARC discovery grant for the project: “Revitalisation and … Continue reading Sumatran music research at Monash focuses on Lampung province in post-authoritarian Indonesia
Symposium themes: Islam in Aceh, Aceh’s Performing and Visual Arts, Local Governance and Education in Aceh. 26 – 28 September.
Have you thought about enhancing your next event with live music? The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music offer a wide range of ensembles; from jazz ensembles to string quartets, vocalists, soloists and more.
The following seminars were held during Semester 2, 2013 1 August, Georg Corall, University of … Continue reading Seminars – semester 2 2013
Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music presents Asylum SATURDAY 7 SEPTEMBER AT 8:00PM RICHMOND UNITING … Continue reading Asylum
Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music presents: Siegmund Watty in Recital Friday 2 August at … Continue reading Siegmund Watty Residency
Two leading ethnomusicologists, Dr Adrian McNeil and Dr Jonathan McIntosh, have been appointed to the … Continue reading New ethnomusicology staff appointed to the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music
In 2007 Philip Czaplowski completed a PhD in music composition at Monash under the supervision … Continue reading Philip Czaplowski, composer
From London, Christopher writes: ‘Having lived in London these past four years, I am often … Continue reading Christopher Diffey, tenor