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Music Mexico Symposium Discussions and Activities

A day-long symposium on the state of Mexican art and music today from musicians, artists and scholars, organized by Brian Messier, Director of Bands at Dartmouth College.

Friday, May 27, 2022
10:00am – 4:30pm
Various Campus Locations
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Arts, Conferences
Registration required. Fee required. Tickets required.

10–11 am: Tour of Orozco Murals at Baker-Berry Library by Mary Coffey
11:30 am: Mexican Music History: Pre-revolution to today by Benjamin Juarez
12 pm: Surpassing La Cucaracha by Sixto Montesinos
12:45–2 pm: Lunch on the Green 
2–2:45 pm: ¡Cantaré! Mexican composer residency program by Philip Brunelle
2:45–3:30 pm: Tianhui Ng - Mexican Composer residency program MIFA Victory Players, Sí se Puede, Holyoke Massachusetts
3:30–4:15 pm: The need for representation in the music education by Eric Jimenez 
4:15–4:30 pm: Closing remarks: The Mexican Repertoire Collection by Brian Messier
(all discussions will take place in the Hood Auditorium)

Tickets included with symposium registration. Live-stream available.

Learn more here


For more information, contact:
Hopkins Center for the Arts

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.