Saeideh Rajabzadeh’s MA Thesis Research

18 Jan, 2022
I am delighted to see my thesis research on Samuel Coleridge-Taylor being published. My research focuses on the Six Sorrow Songs, Op. 57 song cycle, and the cross-genre borrowings from art songs and Sorrow Songs/slave songs that allow for new layers of meaning to take shape in these songs. This interdisciplinary research includes an in-depth multi-faceted textual and musical analysis to shed light on the ways in which a sense of double meaning emerges in this composition.

Matching Wavelengths: The National Arts Centre’s Navigation through the Covid-19 Pandemic

8 Nov, 2021
In this virtual exhibit, Alyssa English and I aimed to share our public musicology research with the public in a captivating and engaging way. We explored the ways in which the National Arts Centre (NAC) moved online during the COVID-19 pandemic through creative virtual initiatives.

GCTC Virtual Choir Videos: “Rhythm of Life” from Sweet Charity by Cy Coleman, arranged by John Leavitt

19 Aug, 2021
GCTC Virtual Choir sang and performed a musical film number to lift each others’ spirits with the joy of singing.
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