The Indiana University Graduate Theory Association will be presenting the twenty-first annual Symposium for Research in Music Theory this weekend, February 20 and 21, in Ford-Crawford Hall. This is a free and public event. The symposium includes a compelling and eclectic mix of presentations. The GTA has invited nine speakers from the music theory community, seven of whom are traveling from across the United States and Canada. Two members of the music theory faculty will also be delivering featured presentations on some of their most recent work. The GTA is delighted to welcome keynote speaker Professor Daniel Harrison of Yale University, who will be leading a workshop Friday afternoon and delivering the symposium’s keynote address Saturday evening.
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