Speaker: Ethnomusicologist Kim Chow-Morris to Speak in Economic Anthropology
Posted on September 14, 2010
Dr. Kim Chow-Morris, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Ryerson University, is the founder and conductor of the Chinese music programs at both the University of Toronto and York University and leader of the Yellow River Ensemble.
She plays traditional silk and bamboo music of Shanghai, which she studied over six years with the foremost masters of the genre.
At Wheaton College she will be speaking about her apprenticeship in Shanghai on September 22nd, 2010 at 10:30 (Knapton 114) and will performing on the dizi (transverse reeded bamboo flute) and xiao (vertical notched flute) at 7:30pm (Wooley Room).