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26th International Duke Ellington Study Group Conference

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Georgetown University, Lohrfink Auditorium

3700 O Street NW

Washington, DC 20057

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MAPPING DUKE ELLINGTON’S WORLD

The 26th International Duke Ellington Study Group Conference will take place at Georgetown University in Washington, DC from 11 to 15 March 2020. www.Ellington2020.org

Keynote Speakers:

Prof. Thomas Brothers (Duke University)

Dr. John Hasse (Curator Emeritus, Smithsonian)

Prof. Tammy Kernodle (President, Society of American Music)

The theme for this year’s conference is Mapping Duke Ellington’s World. This theme is broadly conceived and will include presentations and performances on a range of topics, including: Ellington’s travels/tours, Ellington’s collaborators, Ellington collections/archives around the world, transcription as a form of musical mapping, musical landscapes in Ellington’s works, mapping the Ellington imagination, Ellington and film, Ellington iconography, and the reception history of Ellington’s works/performances.

This five-day multidisciplinary conference will bring together leading researchers and performers across the arts and humanities. The event will feature academic papers, panels, roundtables, and cultural walks/visits, as well as an exciting program of performances by local Washington DC performers.

For more information go to www.Ellington2020.org

Conference fees:

If booked before December 15, 2019:

$100 (March 11-15) general attendance

$75 (March 11-15) for retirees

$50 (March 11-15) for students (with valid ID)

$30 per day

FREE for Washington, DC Residents (with valid ID)

If booked after December 15, 2019

$150 (March 11-15) general attendance

$125 (March 11-15) for retirees

$100 (March 11-15) for students (with valid ID)

$50 per day

FREE for Washington, DC Residents (with valid ID)

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