Conservatory Musicology Prof. William Everett's March Lectures

William A. Everett, Curators' Distinguished Professor of Musicology had a busy March!

He presented an invited talk, “Singing History: The American Revolution and the Broadway Musical from The Archers (1796) to Hamilton (2015)” to the Westport Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, March 18, 2019.

On March 24, 2019 he presented a paper, “Romberg and Hammerstein’s New Orleans: Interrogating Musical Otherness and Whiteness in The New Moon (1928) and Sunny River (1941)” at the Society for American National Conference in New Orleans, LA.

He also presented an invited talk on the Milton Steinhardt Lecture Series at the University of Kansas, “Performing Intersectionalities of Race, Gender, and Social Standing in Show Boat and Carousel, 1927-2018” on March 27, 2019.

And finally, his review of The Padrone by George Whitefield Chadwick, edited by Marianne Betz (a music edition) was published in Studies in Musical Theatre 12, no. 3 (2018): 407-08. [published in March 2019].


Published: Apr 5, 2019