Sep 16, 2019

Public Talk

Public Talk

Public Talk


Free and open to the public


Free and open to the public

  • Presented by: CU Music
  • Runtime: 60 minutes
  • Intermission: None
  • Venue: Classroom C125
  • 1020 18th Street, Boulder, CO 80302

Guest artists and scholars Joshua Horowitz and Cookie Segelstein from the trio Veretski Pass present a public talk on klezmer music. Horowitz demonstrates internal modal characteristics of klezmer, which is Jewish instrumental music from Eastern Europe. He and Segelstein are then joined by CU Boulder Associate Professor of Music Theory Yonatan Malin for a conversation about about their backgrounds in klezmer music and their paths towards new and traditional works.

This event is presented in partnerships with the Program in Jewish Studies.

Foundational to the world-class performances at CU Boulder’s College of Music is a dedication to scholarship. Join us for discussions with CU faculty, students and guests in a range of topics that delve into the intricacy and history of global music.

Public talk time and date:

Monday, Sept. 16, 2 p.m.

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