Manila Men (Remix): Sonus and Sonic Migration will reprise at the Mindanao State University – Center for Culture and Arts Studies’s webinar series Mulat sa Musika ng Kultura 2: Perspectives of Music in the Philippines. Save the date: 7 May at 3 PM Philippine Time. From MSU’s website: Continuing from… Continue reading
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CTM 2021: Manila Men (remix): Sonus and Sonic Migrations
I will be presenting a collaborative lecture-performance at the CTM Festival 2021, in collaboration with (in order of appearance): Lonneke van Heugten, Pepe Dayaw, Ariel Orah, Ram de Jesus, Jean Barcena, Julien Enzanza, Hyeisoo Kim, Thijs van den Geest, Taïca Replansky, Daphne Brunet Abstract: The arrival of modernity is often hailed in… Continue reading
Faust [Working Title] on Opera Vision
Happy New Year! 2020 may have brought to us some surprises–good and bad, I hope it also allowed you some moments of pause and reflection amidst our collective social distancing. I hope that 2021 holds some promises of possibilities of meeting face to face again! In the meantime, while the theatres… Continue reading
KVNM Musicological Expo 2020: When did the Manila musicians become Filipinos? And when did Post-migration become Post?
The Royal Society for Music History of The Netherlands invites everyone to join their Musicological Expo on 12 December 2020. I will be speaking in the first panel with the topic: When did the Manila musicians become Filipinos? And when did Post-migration become Post? Session 1 (11:00-13:00 CET): Music and… Continue reading
Premiere: »Interferenzen: Koloniales Scheitern im Radio«
Don’t forget to tune in on December 11 at midnight (CET). My Hörstück, »Interferenzen: Koloniales Scheitern im Radio« will premiere on Deutschlandfunk Kultur. This Hörstück is about failure and colonial interferences.I spoke with radio scholars and historians Elizabeth Enriquez, Vincent Kuitenbrouwer, and Teilhard Paradela. I sampled historical sounds from colonial… Continue reading