Joy H. Calico

  • Barz and Calico Conduct Research Abroad

    Barz and Calico Conduct Research Abroad

    Gregory Melchor-Barz conducted field research in Israel during the summer on a research fellowship funded by the Jewish National Fund and Mediawatch. His current fieldwork project focuses on the politics of Israeli drag performances in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Melchor-Barz is Professor of Ethnomusiclogy, chair of the Department… Read More

    Jul. 11, 2017

  • Listen: Joy Calico on Australian National Broadcasting

    Listen: Joy Calico on Australian National Broadcasting

      Joy H. Calico, Professor of Musicology at the Blair School of Music and Director of the Max Kade Center for European Studies at Vanderbilt University, recently spoke about her latest book, Arnold Schoenberg’s “A Survivor from Warsaw”… Read More

    Sep. 21, 2015

  • Blair Faculty News

    Blair Faculty News

    Tucker Biddlecombe, associate professor of choral activities and choral director, served as conductor for the Florida All-State men’s chorus in 2014. He has also been engaged to conduct two all-state choruses in 2016, the Arkansas All-State Male Chorus and the New York All-State Mixed Chorus. Read More

    Jul. 2, 2015

  • Faculty Notes, Summer 2014

    Faculty Notes, Summer 2014

    Greg Barz, associate professor of musicology (ethnomusicology), was named Alexander Heard Distinguished Service Professor at Vanderbilt for 2013–14. He also published three articles in 2013 in the South Africa Journal of Humanities, the Cambridge Guide to World Music, and a special issue of Acta Academica. He serves on… Read More

    Jul. 11, 2014