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The students in UPEI’s global musics (MUS 4220) will present a symposium on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 3-5 p.m., in the faculty lounge of the university’s Main Building.
Students will present their research-in-progress on a diverse range of topics, from South Indian classical music, Mexican punk rock, and the relationship between bagpiping and Scottish identity on P.E.I.
This symposium is part of a major research project that students in MUS 4220 are undertaking this semester.
Students from other courses are welcome to present their own work at the symposium but there is limited space in the schedule.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.