Good Morning San Diego, April 30, 2013 Indonesian visiting artist Ade Suparman appears on KUSI TV, celebrating the Center for World Music’s 50th Anniversary and a $50K grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Music, Dance, and Shadow Puppetry from Indonesia Featuring troupes from the Indonesian Institute of the Arts (Institut Seni Indonesia), Surakarta Tuesday, May 8, 2012 • 7:00 pm The David Alan Collection 241 South Cedros Avenue Solana Beach, CA (858) 481-8044 Admission: $20
San Diego Magazine, May 3, 2012 A nice report on our May 2012 Java concert series, cosponsored with the David Allen Collection and the Indonesian Consulate . . . The Center for World Music presents an evening of Indonesian music, dance and puppetry. Over 20 professional musicians and dancers, a Balinese puppeteer, and a Balinese […]
Art Works!, October 2011 The California Arts Council asks a question very important to the Center for World Music: “How can the traditional performing arts of cultures East and West help to promote a healthy and enriched world?” The California Arts Council (CAC) has supported Center for World Music teaching artist residencies in K-12 schools […]
San Diego Union Tribune, June 1, 2011 Canyon Crest Academy has become the first public high school in San Diego County to receive a Grammy Signature Schools Enterprise Award. The $5,500 award was in recognition of the high quality of the school’s music program, and in particular its “border-leaping” Javanese gamelan ensemble. Canyon Crest is […]
The Participant Observer, October 2010 The CWM is featured in an article in San Diego’s premier multicultural newsletter . . . During the 2009-2010 school year, the Center served 2,210 students at 9 schools with long-term weekly classes (13-28 weeks) and provided an additional 3,240 students at these 9 schools with school-wide assembly performances by […]
San Diego CityBeat, September 22, 2010 A report on the 2010 SDSU-CWM World Music Series . . . These two enduring world-music institutions are teaming up to co-produce a fall concert series featuring SDSU instructors and San Diego artists performing everything from Appalachian folk tunes to Javanese gamelan. For more than 20 years, . . […]
Peyk: The Persian Cultural Center’s Bilingual Magazine, September 1, 2010 Our friends at the Persian Cultural Center of San Diego have published a nice article about our World Music in the Schools program in Persian music and culture at King-Chavez Academies in San Diego. The instructor is Kourosh Taghavi, a world-renowned professional setar player, and CWM […]
Society for Ethnomusicology Newsletter, January 2006 A tribute to Robert E. Brown, founder of the Center for World Music, who passed away in November, 2005 . . . Bob viewed himself as an unconventional guide—a maverick leading the way for others toward a life of meaning, morality, and beauty through resourcefulness, courage, and persistence. Those of us who […]