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BFE Book Prize 2020 awarded to Benjamin Tausig
The British Forum for Ethnomusicology (BFE) recently announced that Dr. Benjamin Tausig, Professor of Ethnomusicology at Stony Brook University, was awarded the 2020 Book Prize. "We are thrilled to announce that the 2020 BFE Book Prize is awarde (More)
2020 Virtual Commencement Ceremony
On Friday, May 22 the Music Department held it's first ever virtual commencement ceremony. Chairperson Perry Goldstein led the ceremony, along with Deborah Heckert, Undergraduate Program Director, and Daniel Weymouth, Graduate Program Director. Y (More)
Go “Beyond the Expected” with New Podcast Series
Stony Brook has launched its first-ever official podcast, “Beyond the Expected,” highlighting the expertise, discoveries and service of outstanding members of (More)
Department of Music Announces New Appointments
The Stony Brook University Department of Music is proud to announce the appointment of two new faculty members: João Luiz Rezende Lopes, guitar (More)
Employment Opportunity: Tenure-Track Scholar in Music History, Theory, or Ethnomusicology
Scholar in Music History, Theory, or Ethnomusicology POSITION TITLE: Assistant Professor of Music (tenure-track) QUALIFICATIONS: Scholar with an established record of, or demonstrated potential for, scholarly productivity. We have a particular (More)
Transforming Advanced Nanoscience Data into Interactive Art
Brookhaven Lab Center for Functional Nanomaterials scientist Kevin Yager, Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Melissa Clarke, and Stony Brook University professor of computer music Margaret Schedel generated novel representations of experimental nan (More)
Celebrating the Life and Career of Elaine Bonazzi
An event celebrating the life and career of soprano Elaine Bonazzi will take place on Sunday, April 14 at 7:30 in the National Opera Center (More)
Stony Brook to Host Sound and Secularity Symposium
“Sound and Secularity” is a day-long symposium at Stony Brook University on April 12, 2019 that will engage what it means to speak, sing, and listen when secularis (More)
Professor Margaret Schedel’s Sonification Project Profiled in Wired Magazine
Stony Brook University Professors Lisa Muratori and More)
In memoriam: Elaine Bonazzi, Celebrated Singer, Beloved Stony Brook Faculty
Renowned American mezzo-soprano Elaine Bonazzi passed away on Tuesday, January 29, at the age of 89. “Fantastically gifted actor and singer.”  The Washington Post During her long career on the stage from the 1950s into the 1990s, Elaine (More)
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