Tanyaradzwa Tawengwa (‘14) Is Booked, Blessed, and Back at Princeton
Nov 30, 2022
Tanyaradzwa is like so many Princetonians – ambitious, fiercely intelligent, a true multi-hyphenate. Yet it is her way of walking in abundance that is perhaps her most striking and admirable quality.
5 Concerts & Recording Releases the Princeton Composition Faculty are Excited About
Nov 30, 2022
We caught up with Donnacha Dennehy and asked him which five concerts and recording releases he’s excited for this fall.
What Does a Princeton Musicology Faculty Member Have On Their Desk?
Nov 23, 2022
What’s on a musicologist’s desk? Wendy Heller, a leading scholar in the field of Baroque music with expertise in the study of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century opera from interdisciplinary perspectives, invited us in for a peek into the method behind the musicology.
DANCEUSA.ORG: Olivier Tarpaga Awarded Dance/USA Artist Fellowship
Nov 17, 2022
Director of African Music Ensembles Olivier Tarpaga is one of 30 artists across the United States to be selected as a 2022 Dance/USA Artist Fellow.
What Does a Princeton Musicology Faculty Member Have on their Desk?
Nov 8, 2022
What’s on a musicologist’s desk? Simon Morrison, a cultural historian with expertise in Russia, the Soviet Union, modernism, and ballet who’s been with the Music Department since the 1990s, invited us in for a peek into the method behind the musicology.