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Presented By: Center for World Performance Studies

Graduate Student Capstone Presentations

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Graduate Capstone Presentations
November 29, 7:00-9:30pm
Space 2435, North Quad
105 S. State Street (corner of State St. & Washington St.)
Light reception to follow

Nolan Ehlers, MM in Percussion Performance

Afro Cuban Expression: Santería, Music, and Community
Nolan Ehlers will be presenting on Santería, folkloric Afro Cuban music, and his experience studying in Cuba and New York City. Those interested in religious studies and Cuban culture may find this presentation particularly engaging.

Godfrey Lubuulwa, MM in Improvisation and Music Education

Ugandan Traditional Music in Fusion with Jazz: A Case Study of Music Pedagogies in Baxmba Waves Band
The fusion of Jazz with Ugandan traditional music, a case study of pedagogies in Baxmba Waves band. I examine how the learning approaches in Baxmba Waves Band can find space in the Ugandan music curriculum.

Njeri Rutherford, MFA in Dance

Where are all the Black People?: Movement in the African Diaspora
This lecture demonstration will examine Black Dance performance in Afro Cuban and American cultures.

If you require accommodation to participate in this event, please contact the Center for World Performance Studies, at 734-936-2777 or Please be aware that advance notice is necessary as some accommodations may require more time for the University to arrange.
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