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The Enduring Resonance Of Carol Of The Bells: Ukrainian Origins • Morningside Area Alliance
The Enduring Resonance of Carol of the Bells: Ukrainian Origins

The Enduring Resonance of Carol of the Bells: Ukrainian Origins

Location Note

1219 International Affairs Building
420 W 118th Street, 12th floor

This is a hybrid (in-person/virtual) event. Registration required for attendance. Please note that all attendees must follow Columbia’s COVID-19 Policies and Guidelines. Columbia University is committed to protecting the health and safety of its community. To that end, all visiting alumni and guests must meet the University requirement of full vaccination status in order to attend in-person events. Vaccination cards may be checked upon entry to all venues. All other attendees may participate virtually on Zoom or YouTube.

Please join the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute for The Enduring Resonance of Carol of the Bells: Ukrainian Origins and Musical Contexts.

In honor of the centennial celebration of the first performance of Mykola Leontovych’s “Shchedryk” (known to most Americans as “Carol of the Bells”) in North America at New York City’s Carnegie Hall, this panel will explore the historical context of the composed song, the tour that brought it to the United States, and its legacy as a cultural treasure of the United States and Ukraine. Panelists Maria Sonevytsky, with contributions from Prof. Yevhen Yefremov, will discuss the folk music that inspired Leontovych’s composition; Marika Kuzma will offer background on Ukrainian choral history and its place within the context of Western European repertoires; Leah Batstone will outline the early modernist milieu of Leontovych and other composers in his sphere; and Tina Peresunko will provide a short history of the Ukrainian Republic Capella tour and the global response to its singers. Mark Andryczyk (Harriman Institute) will moderate. Cosponsored by Institute Leontovych and the Ukrainian Contemporary Music Festival.

Event Contact Information:
Eileen Huhn
(212) 854-6217
eph2125@columbia.edu

Date

Nov 30 2022
Expired!

Time

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Formats (virtual, in person, hybrid)

Hybrid

Venue

International Affairs Building (Columbia University)
420 West 118th Street

Venue 2

Online
online

Organizer

Columbia University - Harriman Institute
Phone
212-854-4623
Website
http://harriman.columbia.edu/

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