Posts tagged with “Curricular Connections” (All posts)
- January 25, 2016
This weekend, Carleton French Professor Cherif Keïta performed the "Epic of Sundiata" with accompaniment by Trio da Kali, a group of Mande musicians from southern Mali for the British Library in London.
- January 14, 2016
Chinese pipa player Gao Hong and klezmer violiinist Steven Greenman were unexpectedly asked to improvise together at a folk music festival. That sparked a musical collaboration that will be showcased this Friday, January 15 in the Carleton Concert Hall.
- December 30, 2015
The International Film Forum gears up again on Monday, January 4th with a 7:00 screening of THE GIRL IN THE WHITE COAT. Read on for full information on the entire winter schedule!
- September 21, 2015
For almost half a Century Kassé Mady Diabaté has been recognized as one of West Africa’s finest singers. He is a descendant of the most distinguished griot family of the ancient Manding Empire, the Diabatés of Kéla; his name, alongside other griot legends Toumani Diabaté and Bassékou Kouyaté, is equivalent to musical royalty in Mali. Kassé Mady has played a part in the most innovative moments in Malian music over the past five decades, first in his own country and later with landmark international collaborations. More info...
- May 16, 2015
Martha Jamsa, a flute instructor at Carleton College, will be performing a spring recital on Saturday, May 16, at 8:00PM in the Concert Hall. Both she and her musical colleagues, Mark Krusemeyer. Janean Hallwill, and Karen Madsen will be playing their favorite selections from Bach, Villa-Lobos, Rutter, and Liebermann. ...
- May 13, 2015
Through Carleton's off-campus studies programs, students can experience enriching visits to countries all over the world such as Germany, Japan, Russia, New Zealand, India, and more. Students from a variety of programs have submitted photos documenting their travels abroad, which are now on display in the Gould Library until August 31, 2015. ...