Music Archive

Bryan Bardine, University of Dayton – Metal Scenes Around the World Survive and Thrive in the Face of Challenges

We’ve learned the power of groups after spending time alone during the pandemic. Bryan Bardine, professor

Daniel George, Penn State College of Medicine – The Power of Music: Effects of a Personalized Music Intervention for Persons with Dementia and their Caregivers

Helping those in eldercare environments have good quality of life is important. Daniel George, associate professor

Marisa Zapata, Portland State University – Striving For Equity In Your Process: A Music Analogy

What can composing music teach us about improving collaboration in government advisory groups? Marisa Zapata, associate

Leah Greden Mathews, University of North Carolina Asheville – Springsteen-omics: Understanding Economics Through the Songs of the Boss

On University of North Carolina Asheville Week: What can Bruce Springsteen teach is about economics? Leah

Rich Pellegrin, University of Florida – Improvisation is the Future in an A.I. Dominated World

Improv is not just for comedy. Rich Pellegrin, assistant professor of music theory at the University

Mariusz Kozak, Columbia University – Music as a Structure of our Movements and Emotions

Music could be one way to heal after the pandemic. Mariusz Kozak, associate professor of music

Ryan Romine, Shenandoah University – A Radical Investment in Learning through Collaborative Exploration in the Arts

Positive student outcomes can be achieved in many different ways. Ryan Romine, associate professor of bassoon

Joshua Albrecht, Kent State University – Music and the Language of Emotion

On Kent State University’s Brain Health Research Institute Week: Β Music can affect us all in many

Martha Gonzalez, Scripps College – Participatory Music Practices

On Scripps College Week:Β  How has music been affected by commoditization? Martha Gonzalez, associate professor of

Robert Simon, Kennesaw State University – Fado

On Kennesaw State University Week:Β  Messages of protest can be hidden in seemingly innocuous places. Robert