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Magic Mirror: Reflections of an American Composer in Japan

When May 16, 2016
from 05:00 PM to 06:30 PM
Where Rooms 8 & 9
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Contact Phone 01223 335173
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Special guest lecture by Dr Marty Regan, Texas A&M University

American composer Marty Regan presents his works for traditional Japanese instruments and discusses challenges encountered in intercultural composition and issues of musical identity. His presentation will also include a brief performance demonstration of the shakuhachi (end-blown bamboo flute) as well as a discussion of the intersections between Japanese musical aesthetics and other forms of creative expression and aspects of Japanese culture.

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