The Music Library, Chicano Studies Research Center, and Ethnomusicology Archive invite interested community members to a shared exhibit on the Frontera Collection, which is hosted by the UCLA Digital Library. Escuchando la Frontera: Listening to Collections and Communities will include two panels with roundtable discussions, presentation of related student work, a DJ playing of some of the recordings from the collection and live performance by Steve Loza Group.
Escuchando la Frontera: Listening to Collections and Communities
In Celebration of the Strachwitz Frontera Collection at UCLA
Wednesday, June 5th, 1 – 6 PM
UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive and UCLA Music Library
1630 and 1102 Schoenberg Music Building
12:30 – 1 Frontera Collection DJ
1 – 2:30 Listening to Collections Panel
Antonio Cuellar, Arhoolie Foundation
Tom Diamant, Arhoolie Foundation
Agustin Gurza, Chicano Studies Research Center
Lisa McAulay, UCLA Digital Library
Maureen Russell, Moderator, UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive
Chon A. Noriega, Introduction, Chicano Studies Research Center
2:45 – 4 Listening to Communities Panel
Cesar Favila, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
Steve Loza, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
Yuri Shimoda, UCLA Graduate Student
Matthew Vest, Moderator, UCLA Music Library
Allison Benedetti, Introduction, UCLA Library
4 – 6 Reception with Steve Loza Group
Organized by the UCLA Music Library, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, and the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive.
With support from the Office of Interdisciplinary & Cross Cultural Affairs and the UCLA Center for Latino Arts.