Slavic and Eurasian Studies

Armenian, Middle Eastern and Jazz Music. A cornucopia of workshops, performances and lectures with Armenian ensemble “Transition”

Fri, April 20, 2012 | MRH 6.222

11:00 AM

Souren Baronian
saxophones, clarinet, duduk, kaval, tambourine
Haig Manoukian, oud
Polly Tapia Ferber, dumbek, percussion

Friday April 20th
11:00 MRH 6.222 Polly Tapia Ferber Percussion workshop: Middle Eastern rhythms
NOTE: Extra frame drums and dumbeks will be provided
Sponsored by the Percussion Division of the Butler School of Music

2:00  MRH 6.248  Middle Eastern improvisation workshop
Souren Baronian and Haig Manoukian
All instruments welcome!
Sponsored by the Jazz Division of the Butler School of Music

5:00 MRH 2.634            Musical lecture “A Magic Carpet Ride”
Center for American Music Series 2012: MusicalDiasporas in the US
Souren Baronian discusseshis life music in the US-Armenian diaspora through music 
Sponsored by the Center for American Music at the Butler School of Music
Prof. Charles Carson, series director

Saturday April 21 @  7:30 pm Bates Auditorium Butler School of Music
“Anatolian Mosiacs” – Spring 2012 Recital Concert
“Transition” Armenian Ensemble with Middle Eastern Ensemble “Bereket”
Prof. Sonia Seeman, director
Admission is free and open to the public
Events organized by Prof. Sonia Seeman; UT Middle Eastern Ensemble, “Bereket”




Sponsored by: the Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music; Percussion, Jazz and Musicology/Ethnomusicology Divisions;Center for American Music, Center for Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies

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