Roundtable: Diversity and Decolonization of Music in Canada

Roundtable: Diversity and Decolonization of Music in Canada

Categories: General, Panel Discussions | Intended for

Friday, April 05, 2019

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM | Add to calendar

Location Details

Woodside Hall Dominion Chalmers Centre 355 Cooper Street

Contact Information

Ellen Waterman, 613-520-5770,


No registration required.



About this Event

Host Organization: School for Studies in Art and Culture
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Music at Carleton presents the inaugural Helmut Kallmann Chair Roundtable

Diversity and Decolonization of Music in Canada

Parmela Attariwala, Ethnomusicologist, violinist/violist, and composer
Aimé Dontigny, Director, Engage and Sustain Program, Canada Council for the Arts
Dylan Robinson (Stó:lō), Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts, Queen’s University
Jesse Stewart, Assoc. Professor of Music, Carleton University; founder of “We Are All Musicians”
Ellen Waterman, Helmut Kallmann Chair for Music in Canada, Carleton University

Following the tabling of the TRC report in 2015, scholars, musicians, and policy makers across Canada have addressed the need to create a more just environment for music. Join us for a lively discussion as we ask: “How do we turn talk about diversity and decolonization into action?”

Friday April 5 – 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Dominion Chalmers Centre, 355 Cooper Street

Come early and enjoy a concert by Carleton Music students, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Light refreshments will be on hand between the events.

Admission is free and the venue is wheelchair accessible