First Chair Chats: Exploring Mexican Music Genres of Texas and Mexico Today

Submitted by jcs0251 on Fri, 10/08/2021 - 3:39am
Thursday, November 4, 2021 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Join our First Chair Chats session for a discussion with scholars on Mexican musical genres prevalent throughout communities in Texas and Mexico today. Our panelists specialize in research areas such as música norteña, Texas-Mexican music in South Texas, and Mariachi in Texas and Mexico.

Guest Speakers

Dr. Cathy Ragland, University of North Texas, Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology
Dr. José R. Torres-Ramos, Hiram College, Visiting Assistant Professor of Arts, Humanities, and Culture
Erika Soveranes, University of North Texas, Doctoral Student of Ethnomusicolgy and Mariachi performer

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This event will be hosted via Zoom and registration is required.

Event open to: 
UNT community
Ticket Price: 
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(940) 369-5067
Department or Sponsor: 
UNT Music Library
Contact Name: 
Kristin Wolski
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Contact Phone: 
(940) 369-5067
Expected Attendance: 
Less Than 100