Dr. Everett's Recent Public Speaking and Writing

Dr. William Everett Curators' Distinguished Professor of Musicology, Musicology Area Coordinator, maintains a busy teaching, speaking, and writing schedule. The week of April 8 found him very busy.

He published a review of Di goldene kale (The Golden Bride) by Joseph Rumshinsky, edited by Michael Ochs (music edition) was published in Notes 76, no. 1 (2019): 553–557.

On April 8 he presented “Locating East Asia in Musical Theatre and Film: From Donizetti to Bollywood” as part of the “At Ease with Opera” series sponsored by the Lyric Opera of Kansas City Guild at the Kauffman Foundation.

April 11 found him at Johnson County Community College giving a pre-concert talk for the Dali Quartet and Olga Kern. He also participated in and presented on the General Education 2.0 Showcase.

Finally, he chaired a panel titled “British Musical Identities: Nation, Class, and Performance” at the international conference Britain and the World, held at the Kansas City Marriott on the Plaza.  The panel included four Conservatory graduate students who were in Dr. Everett’s class on music and national identity last fall.  They presented revised versions of their seminar-style papers from the course that concerned aspects of music in the United Kingdom.

Published: Apr 12, 2019