This interdisciplinary conference examines the circulation of music and musicians throughout the Mediterranean diaspora. It concentrates on music as a migratory frontrunner and privileges displacement as its critical lens with the specific aim of crystalizing new theoretical approaches to mobility. Across a series of contributions grounded in history, anthropology, demography, literature, and music, we ask how border-crossing histories can shift our critical appraisal of cultural production and, conversely, how the study of musical performance can help us sight instances of ethnic Read more about Conference: Music in the Mediterranean Diaspora
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A recital for the I Tatti community was held on the evening of November 21. "Affetti Musicali" was performed by I Tatti graduate Fellow Daniel Walden on harpsichord, and Dorian Komanoff Bandy on violin. The program featured sonatas by Italian Early Baroque composers including Antonio Vivaldi, Arcangelo Corelli, and Nicola Matteis.