Armen Adamian
Instructor of Armenian Woodwinds; Ph.D. Student in Ethnomusicology

Ph.D. student in Ethnomusicology

Armen Adamian is a Ph.D. student in Ethnomusicology at UCLA. His research investigates the politics of music making among Armenians and the involvement of musical and choreographic discourses in the production of geopolitical and national narratives. Alongside his academic studies, Armen practices duduk and leads an Armenian folk ensemble in Los Angeles. He received his MA in Ethnomusicology from UCLA, a BA in Psychology and a BA in Music Composition from Humboldt State University.

David Bragger
Lecturer - Ethnomusicology, Director of Old-Time String Band Ensemble
Donna Armstrong
Chair's Assistant - Ethnomusicology
Joko Sutrisno
Lecturer - Ethnomusicology, Director of Music of Java Ensemble
Helen Rees
Professor - Ethnomusicology
Melissa Bilal
The Promise Chair in Armenian Music, Arts, and Culture, Director of Armenian Music Program
Diane White-Clayton
Lecturer - Ethnomusicology, Director of African American Music Ensemble
I Nyoman Wenten
Adjunct Associate Professor - Ethnomusicology, Director of Music of Bali Ensemble
Miles Shrewsbery
Lecturer - Ethnomusicology, Music of India Ensemble
Rahul Neuman
Lecturer - Ethnomusicology, Co-Director of Music of India Ensemble
Supeena Adler
Adjunct Associate Professor - Ethnomusicology, World Music Instrument Curator and Conservator, Director, Music of Thailand Ensemble;
Mark Kligman
Mickey Katz Chair of Jewish Music and Professor - Musicology, Ethnomusicology, and Humanities, Director of Lowell Milken Center for Music of American Jewish Experience
Anna Morcom
Mohindar Brar Sambhi Chair of Indian Music, Professor - Ethnomusicology
Gamin Kang
Lecturer - Ethnomusicology, Director of Music of Korea Ensemble
Mohsen Mohammadi
Director of Indo-Persian Music
Münir Beken
Associate Professor - Ethnomusicology (world music theory and composition), Director of Music of Turkey Ensemble
Janice Mautner Markham
Lecturer - Ethnomusicology, Director of Klezmer Music Ensemble
Francis Kofi Akotuah
Lecturer - Ethnomusicology, Director of Music and Dance of Ghana Ensemble
Roger Savage
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Nick DePinna
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Steven Loza
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Cheryl L. Keyes
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Chi Li
Adjunct Professor - Ethnomusicology, Director of Music of China Ensemble
Timothy D. Taylor
Professor - Ethnomusicology (Popular musics, world music, cultural theory)

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