Come tour the world’s great folk and classical traditions, from Bali to Appalachia, from Mexico to Persia, and more!
Continuing a tradition begun in 1960, the Department of Ethnomusicology draws on its incredible collection of world musical instruments to present its annual Spring Festival of World Music. It’s an opportunity for student ensembles to perform and share traditional musics from around the world—including Mexico, India, and West Africa—as they master their instruments.
We invite you to journey with us and experience live the sound of Venerable Dark Cloud, our Javanese gamelan, as well as the erhu, sitar, tabla, guitarrón, vihuela, ‘ud, banjo, concertina, autoharp, atumpan drums, and more.
All concerts are open to the public.
Admission is free.