Kim Nguyen Tran
Lecturer, Ethnomusicology

Kim Tran’s work engages with the intersections of the arts, politics, and memory. She is Associate Director and Resident Ethnomusicologist at Bridge to Everywhere, an ensemble and arts organization whose work promotes cultural diversity in classical music, not only in who is performing and listening, but in the music itself. She is a founding member of the Missing Piece Project, based at the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington DC. In addition to the Ethnomusicology department, Kim teaches in the Asian American Studies and the Asian Languages and Cultures departments at UCLA.

 

 

Daniel Szabo
Adjunct Associate Professor
Yuri Shimoda
Digital Projects and Preservation Specialist, UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive
Steven Loza
Chair of Global Jazz Studies; Professor
Farzad Amoozegar
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Mark Kligman
Chair of Ethnomusicology; Professor
A. J. Racy
Distinguished Professor
Supeena Adler
Adjunct Assistant Professor
I Nyoman Wenten
Adjunct Assoc. Professor
Chi Li
Adjunct Professor
Ivan Varimezov
Adjunct Assoc. Professor
Pejman Hadadi
Visiting Assistant Professor

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