The Foundation for Iberian Music is a cultural and educational initiative intended to research and disseminate the classical and popular traditions of Iberian music, including those rooted in the Mediterranean, Latin American, and Caribbean cultures. The Body Questions: A Talk SeriesRossini’s La Veuve andalouse, a facsimile editionK. Meira Goldberg at the Flamenco BienalThe Art of The Flute – Jorge GrundmanPulitzer Prize Winner and 2011 Composers’ Commission Recipient Reviewed in The NY TimesOn the Blackness of FlamencoThe Invention of Race in Medieval SpainRediscovery and New Publication: Bretón’s Piano Quintet in G MajorUnpublished Rossini Letters DiscoveredThe Body Questions: Celebrating Flamenco’s Tangled Roots The Foundation presents interdisciplinary programs that bridge the gap between academic and general interests, including: Public events such as concerts, lectures, and exhibitions. Scholarly activities including publications and conferences, as well as the development of a comprehensive archive of scores, books, and recordings. Professional opportunities that foster exchange among students, scholars, performers, composers, musicologists, and music educators. Student employment, scholarships, dissertation grants, and fellowships will be available. Drawing together world-renowned musicians and scholars in the field, the Foundation for Iberian Music is the only endeavor of its kind entirely dedicated to the study, research, and performance of Iberian music. In addition to its general objectives, the Foundation aims at increasing knowledge of the reception and influence of Iberian music in the United States, and to further understanding of the links between folklore, contemporary popular genres, and classical music. It seeks insight into the multi-cultural, multi-linguistic constitution of the Iberian Peninsula, encompassing Christian, Islamic, and Jewish traditions. For a bird’s eye view of the Foundation’s activities, see this page. The Foundation for Iberian Music encourages donations from institutions and individuals through The Graduate Center Foundation, Inc. Honorary Member:Alicia de Larrocha (23 May 1923 – 25 September 2009) Advisory Board:Malena Kuss, University of North TexasPaul Laird, University of KansasPeter Manuel, The City University of New YorkWilliam Summers, Dartmouth College Director:Antoni Pizà Research Fellow:Cullen Gallagher Contact Information:Antoni Pizà, DirectorFoundation for Iberian MusicCUNY Graduate Center365 Fifth AvenueNew York, NY 10016 (212) 817-1819 (tel.)(212) 817-1569 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!