Category: Member’s Bios

Jack Talty

Jack Talty is a traditional musician, composer, producer, academic, and educator from Lissycasey in county Clare. As a performer Jack has travelled extensively throughout Europe, the United States, Australia, and Asia, and has contributed to over 80 albums to date as a musician, producer, composer, arranger, and engineer. A regular contributor to traditional music programming […]

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Luca Gambirasio

PhD student at University College Cork. My research interests are ecomusicology, applied ethnomusicology, ecocritical music in Italy, and modern tendencies in Karnatik Music. Institution Affiliation: University College Cork

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Luca Gambirasio

PhD student at University College Cork. My research interests are ecomusicology, applied ethnomusicology, ecocritical music in Italy, and modern tendencies in Karnatik Music. Institution Affiliation: University College Cork

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Karishmeh Felfeli-Crawford

Karishmeh Felfeli-Crawford has recently submitted a PhD thesis (2021) for examination at University College Cork, on ethnography and analysis of 1980s synthpop duo Erasure (Vince Clarke and Andy Bell) under the supervision of Professor Jonathan Stock and Dr Alexander Khalil and with full cooperation and input from Vince Clarke and Andy Bell. An award-winning music […]

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Ian O’Connor

Ian O’Connor from Limerick, Ireland is a traditional Irish musician and PhD candidate in Ethnomusicology at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick under the supervision of Dr. Orfhlaith Ní Bhriain. His doctoral research explores how historical, current and emerging processes of mediatisation have influenced perception and interpretation of the live […]

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Augusto Ferraiuolo

Augusto’s work focuses on ritual and performances in a transnational and diasporic perspective. Under this general frame his research topics are diversified: from vernacular healing to religious festive practices in North America, from Southern Italian folk music and dance to traditional Irish music sessions in New England, Ireland and Italy. A theoretical unity is the […]

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