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Latin American Music Center

IU Latin American Music Center marks 50 years with “Cultural Counterpoints” conference

Celebrating 50 years of research, service and performance, the Indiana University Latin American Music Center (LAMC) will host an international conference devoted to the examination of musical interactions between the United States and Latin America.

IU Latin American Music Center announces results of first recording competition

The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music's Latin American Music Center (LAMC) announces that violinist Colin Sorgi and collaborative pianist Jooeun Pak have won the first Latin American Music Recording Competition, held Jan. 29 and 30, with the final round in Auer Hall. Sorgi is a master's student, studying violin with Professor Jaime Laredo and Pak is a doctoral student, studying piano with Professor Edmund Battersby.   Full Story >>

IU's Latin American Music Center celebrates 50 years

Sylvia McNair

The IU Jacobs School of Music Latin American Music Center (LAMC) plans to celebrate 2011, its golden jubilee year, with a range of public events that will be offered free of charge. The celebration concert series opens Feb. 13 with a Latin Valentine: "Bésame Mucho, the Greatest Latin Love Songs of All Time."   Full Story >>

IU Professors Téllez, Pryor and de Souza to be honored

Carmen Tellez

Carmen Helena Téllez, professor in the Jacobs School of Music and the 2010 recipient of the prestigious Tracy M. Sonneborn Award at Indiana University, will be recognized on Nov. 4 in the IU Simon Music Center's Auer Hall. Also recognized will be Sara C. Pryor, professor in the Department of Geography, and Romualdo de Souza, professor in the Department of Chemistry, both of whom have been named Provost Professors.   Full Story >>

Nuevo Tango musician Pablo Ziegler to perform at IU

The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music welcomes back Grammy Award-winning pianist and nuevo tango specialist Pablo Ziegler from Argentina in a series of town and gown events sponsored by the Latin American Music Center.   Full Story >>

Media study at IU Bloomington reveals critical preservation needs


Indiana University Bloomington holds more than 560,000 audio and video recordings and film reels, many of which are historically significant, all of which are actively deteriorating. And the window of time to save these materials is closing fast.   Full Story >>