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American Racism: History and Healing | Part 2
American Racism: History and Healing
Part 2: The Maturation and Institutionalization of American Racial Slavery, 1700-1865
Dr. Stewart Davenport, Associate Professor of History at Pepperdine University, offers a 4-week online class for St. James' entitled “American Racism: History and Healing.
From Dr. Davenport's syllabus on class 2, titled The Maturation and Institutionalization of American Racial Slavery, 1700-1865:
This class will cover the history of racial slavery in what became the United States of America as the so-called “peculiar institution” became more deeply woven into the social, economic, legal, and political fabric of the nation. The class will also explore the effect this process had on American culture and in particular on the formation of racial stereotypes and prescribed societal roles.
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The Black Gourd Banjo Comes to America | A conversation with Tony Thomas
Banjo Quest presents the second conversation in a series on the Black origins of the banjo, with Tony Thomas.
For the first livestream conversation, go here:
Background material for
“Afro-Caribbean Roots of the Banjo” & “The Black Gourd Banjo Comes to America”
Banjo history presentations on Banjoquest with Tony Thomas
Relavant materials for these talks:
Banjo Roots and Branches edited by Robert Winans. The definitive research on the
Banjo’s origins by an international team of banjo scholars.
The Banjo: America’s African Instrument by Laurent Dubois. A leading historian
explains how Caribbean Blacks drew on African musical memory to create the banjo, and how
African Americans used the banjo to create rootedness and solidarity. Dubois carries the story
from these beginnings to minstrelsy, ragtime, jazz, bluegrass, and the folk revival.
Sinful Tunes and Spirituals: Black Folk Music to the Civil War by Dena J. Epstein.
Epstein’s research into Black music making in colonial Caribbean and North America is the
foundation of our knowledge of the musical and social world that gave birth to the banjo.
“The Banjo and African American Musical Culture” by Tony Thomas. The origins banjo’s
evolution in African American life presented by Oxford University Press’s African American
“This is a Banjo” by Kristina Ghaddy. Banjo history in less than three minutes.
“The Creole Bania: The Oldest Existing Banjo by Kristina Ghaddy. The story of the
oldest banjo shed light on the banjo’s Caribbean roots
Two relevant scholarly papers:
“Playing Banya: The Evidence and Legacy of Shared Cultural Practice Among Enslaved
Africans throughout the Americas.” By Kristina Ghaddy available at
All the Mazes of the Dance': Black Dancing, Culture, and Identity in the Greater
Chesapeake World from the Early Eighteenth Century to the Civil War” by Jurretta Jordan
Heckscher, a 2000 George Washington University doctoral dissertation available from Pro
Tony Thomas is the leading African American scholar of the banjo. He published the first scholarly article on the banjo written by an African American called “Why African Americans Put the Banjo Down,” which was a contribution to Duke University Press’s Hidden in the Mix: The African American Presence in Country Music published in July 2013.
His “The Banjo and African American Musical Culture” was published online in 2014 by the Oxford African American Studies Center, an online resource maintained by Oxford University Press, following their publication of biographical entries on African American Fiddler Joe Thompson and on the legend of the 19th century banjo figure Picayune Butler.
His research on Black banjoist Gus Cannon “The Colored Champion Banjo Pugilist of the World and the Big World of the Banjo,” a chapter in University of Illinois Press’s anthology Banjo Roots and Branches, published in 2018 by University of Illinois Press, as part of its Music in American Life Serie
Thomas was one of the advisors to the Marc Fields PBS Film Give Me the Banjo” in which he appears. He was also an adviser to and a major participant in Jim Carrier’s film on Dena Epstein, The Librarian and the Banjo
Thomas has presented many times at the Banjo Collectors Gathering, the central banjo history conference, as well as at Banjo Camp North, the Suwanee Banjo Camp, and the Blue Ridge Old Time Music Week at Mars Hill College, and Britain’s “Sweet Sunny South” Festival. He has performed as a banjoist, guitarist, and singer as a solo performer at concerts, and at old time music, banjo, folk, and blues festivals across the United States, as well as in Germany, the United Kingdom, and Sweden. He has also worked as banjoist and guitarist with New York’s Ebony Hillbillies.
He holds a Master of Fine Art in Creative Writing from Florida International University and has published literary fiction and poetry as well as on African American and African studies since the 1960s.
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The History of Chinese Martial Arts, Wing Chun, and Ip Man | Ep. 203
Don't be fooled by the title. Wing Chin and Ip Man will be covered next episode. Today's the first in a two-part series that offers up a survey of the development of martial arts in China from the mythical times of the Yellow Emperor to the present day.
Let's look at the China history timeline once more, with feeling, and see how these martial arts embraced by millions and millions around the world slowly developed through the centuries. This will serve as the setup to next episode when we zero in on one particular style of martial arts and one of its best known masters.
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In the Ocean of Land: The History of Central Asia -- pt. 2
We trace how the conquests of the infamous Tamerlane, the “great game” of imperial rivalry, and the revolutions of modern Russia shaped the map of central Asia that we see today. We consider how contemporary central Asians try to navigate the dangerous shoals of environmental disaster and rampant corruption, often while tethered to older Islamic, Turko-Mongolic, and nomadic traditions -- particularly in the looming shadow of a resurgent China.
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Steinway & Sons Documentary - A World of Excellence
Steinway & Sons episode from A World of Excellence series by Hantang Culture.
A World of Excellence is the first documentary of its type in China to focus exclusively on the history, philosophy and heritage of the global luxury brands.
Dr Pratit Samdani on Getting set for the Covid-19 Vaccine | Takeaways from Health @ Seniors Today
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Dr. Greger of How Not to Die Fun Q&A at Vegan Summerfest in PA 2019
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I had the extreme honor of being asked to help Nutrition Facts capture Dr. Greger's presentation for How Not to Diet. If you're not totally familiar with Dr. Greger, let me tell you, he is profoundly accomplished and really desires a Nobel Peace Prize for all his work. NutritionFacts.org is the most comprehensive and important website on nutrition, it's my favorite website on the internet. Dr. Greger's app, The Daily Dozen, is brilliant and simple. It enabled me to learn and put into practice, as well as my family, the healthiest way of eating; whole-food, plant based. We had been vegan 6 years prior to discovering Dr. Greger and NutritionFacts not knowing what to eat but only what not to eat.
While attending this awesome event I was able to get into some of the other sessions. I captured Dr. Milton's talk on Protein which rocked, Tim Radak's talk on amino acids which was great, Dr Montgomery's talk on heart disease which was great too, and a beautiful presentation by Dr. Joanne Kong, and an extremely thought provoking panel discussion on Lab Grown meat. I even squeezed in some coverage of the Q&A after A Prayer for Compassion for Thomas Wade Jackson's next documentary, Compassion in Action.
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England, Interrupted: Interregnum and Restoration, 1650-1685
What happened to England in the power vacuum left in the wake of the execution of Charles I? Why were the Puritans, so pious in morals and strict in governance, unable to create a lasting Commonwealth? And why did the return of the monarchy unleash a wave of lewd hedonism that is shocking even more than three centuries later? The explosion of empire, the slave trade, religious toleration, the modern metropolis of London, the enshrinement of theater as the English national art form, the two-party system, and the consitutional balance of power still in place in both Britain and the United States -- all of these have their roots in the tumultuous years from 1650 to 1685; if there is any period of English history that you must know in order to understand the present, it is this one.
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Finest 15 Largest European Cities in History
This video shows European history about the Finest 15 largest cities by population in European history from 1 AD to Till year 2019. This video shows Europe's largest city ancient history and demographics from 1 AD to year 2019.
Population of these European cities is noted as per historical data .Minor mistakes and fluctuations are possible . I put my best effort to make this data as accurate as possible, also the cities flags ( Sorry Some Flags Are Not At Exact Location ) Moreover Information Provided is according to the today's current location of cities and for people to better understand as all of them are not historians and also because some of ancient flags are mislaid .
Cities in Video: London ,Lisbon,Cordoba,Seville,Granada,Madrid ,Paris ,Amsterdam ,Rome
Naples , Milan , Palermo , Venice , Prague , Athens , Istanbul , Sarai , Moscow , Berlin , Budapest , Warsaw , Edirne , Saint Petersburg, Vienna, Hamburg, Cologne, Antwerp, Warsaw, Budapest , Munich , Philippi .Barcelona And Many More.
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A New Flag for Europe
A one film tryptic based on three of the participants in What Else Antwerp.
In a documentary narrated by Thomas Mandl, each of these people talk about their perspective on Europe, their creative experience working and living in Europe, and their involvement with What Else Europe.
Top 30 Tallest Building In The World In 2020
Top 30 Tallest Building In The World In 2020
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Mystic Music Through the Ages - Hîzki imrûz cihân ân i mast can u cihan saki vu mihman i mast
Composer: Selim III, Sultan
Performers: Kesova, Nail - vocals
Galata Mevlevi Music and Sema Ensemble - Ensemble
Album:The Music of Islam, Vol. 14: Mystic Music Through the Ages.
Ten years in the making, The Music of Islam series recorded in Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, Yemen, Pakistan, Indonesia, Iran and Qatar represents the most comprehensive sound documentation available to Westerners today, of a world religion dating back to 1/622. Although governed by strict rules for fourteen centuries, contact with other cultures has radically affected Islamic music throughout history. As the world enters the XV/21st century the timing of this collection serves an even larger purpose, documenting the traditions that have survived and will continue to survive for centuries to come. Today, one fifth of the world's population, one billion people, are Muslims, occupying a large territory stretching from the Atlantic shore of north and west Africa, through west, central, and south Asia to island southeast Asia, and attracting an increasing following in India, western Europe, north America, east Asia, and southern Africa. This is a global presence which cannot be ignored.
This volume focuses on the mystic music of the Islamic world—specifically Turkish mystics. To Westerners, Islamic mysticism is practically synonymous with Sufism. Sufi poetry and music have endured for centuries in various Islamic countries. In the mystical brotherhoods music always had a revered and acknowledged place. Although the term music is never used in mystical writings, but rather listening—voice, gesture and musical instruments are all aids to the devotee in his spiritual exercise, which leads him to ecstasy and to supreme union with God. In every case, the music draws its inspiration from the text, and its structure from a sophisticated set of modes, rhythms, and traditional forms.
The tracks on this recording literally date from the V-XIV/11th-20th centuries featuring many famous compositions such as Tekbir and Salavat-i Serife, known throughout the Islamic world as two of the masterworks of one of Turkey's greatest composers. Also featured are ilahis (hymns), excerpts of the sema ritual and dhikr (zikr in Turkey) ceremonies. Completing the volume is a vocal performance of Surah 19, Ayet 115-117 of the Qur'an.
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American Racism: History and Healing | Part 1
American Racism: History and Healing
Part 1: Racism’s Deep Roots: Colonialism, Empire, and Transatlantic Slavery, 1400-1700
Dr. Stewart Davenport, Associate Professor of History at Pepperdine University, offers a 4-week online class for St. James' entitled “American Racism: History and Healing.
From Dr. Davenport's syllabus on class 1, titled Racism’s Deep Roots: Colonialism, Empire, and Transatlantic Slavery, 1400-1700:
This might seem like an odd way to start, but if one wants to understand the origins of our modern racialized world, one has to go back to its early-modern beginnings, when the fearful powers of Christian Europe, in a centuries-old conflict with the powers of Islam, found a competitive edge in the riches that could be extracted from the Americas and enslaved labor.
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History As It Happens 1: The Upcoming UK Election
We explore the history and context behind the momentous election taking place this week in Great Britain, including the rise of the British working class and the Labour Party, the ongoing war for the party’s soul, and the shocking rise to leadership of an obscure and irascible gadfly, Jeremy Corbyn. The survival of socialism in the English-speaking world, the future of nuclear weapons, and the fate of Scotland as a country may all hinge on which Britons show up to the polls on Thursday.
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EP#33 DR. JONATHAN FARLEY- USING MATHEMATICS TO ELIMINATE ISIS
This is a part 2 of my conversation with Dr Jonathan Farley. If you haven’t listened to the first one yet, below is a short bio of the Dr.Farley.
Dr. Jonathan David Farley is a well recognized mathematician, traveler, entrepreneur among other things. He has been a Visiting Professor of Mathematics at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), a Science Fellow at Stanford University’s Center for International Security and Cooperation, a Visiting Scholar in the Department of Mathematics at Harvard University, and a Visiting Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
In this episode, we talk about Math and his professional career. Below is a list of some of the topics we covered:
-When he became interested in Math
-Can anyone learn Math?
-How he applies Math in other areas
-How he would use Math to eliminate ISIS
-How he helps students to get straight A’s
-His thoughts on the current education system
-How math should be taught in schools
-His definition of “smart”
-And all the questions from listeners.
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Creating American Power Yoga + Simplified Genetics with Kurt Johnsen
Kurt Johnsen is the founder of American Power Yoga, as well as a new company called Simplified Genetics. On this episode, Kurt talks about how to be a successful entrepreneur and how he created a successful yoga brand.
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You Asked For It! Here It Is - The Full Version of Harrys Irrational Economics Presentation.
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The full version of Harry's presentation from the Irrational Economic Summit: Disruptive Economics.
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Black and Brown Composers in Baroque Latin America: An Introduction to the Repertoire
Presenter: Henry Lebedinsky
Hosted by Maria Romero
An introduction to and survey of repertoire by composers of color and native-born South American composers from Brazil, Peru, Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala, and Bolivia from 1600 to 1800, with an emphasis on villancicos, cantatas, and other works for voices and chamber ensemble. Discussion topics include African and native influences, programming ideas, and sourcing of scores and performance materials.
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Henry Lebedinsky has performed on historical keyboards with Seattle Opera, the Seattle Symphony, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Charlotte Symphony, Seraphic Fire, and the Cantata Collective, among others. With Stephen Stubbs, he is the co-Artistic Director of Seattle's Pacific MusicWorks, and the founder and director of PMW's Underground concert series, dedicated to educating and entertaining new audiences about the world of Baroque and Classical music in unconventional, fun, and boozy venues. Mr. Lebedinsky is also the co-director of the San Francisco Bay Area-based Agave Baroque, with which he has recently released two albums with countertenor Reginald L. Mobley on the VGo Recordings label. He and Mr. Mobley have spent the past decade introducing listeners near and far to music by Black composers from the past 250 years, including recent appearances at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris and Festival Printemps Musical des Alizés in Morocco.
Maria Romero Ramos is a versatile modern and historical violinist specializing in the performance practices from the Baroque and Classical periods. She switches comfortably between different styles of bows and performs on both gut and modern strings. Romero is a candidate for the Doctor of Music degree in violin in the studio of Kevork Mardirossian at Indiana University, where she also obtained a M.M. degree. While at Indiana, she studied baroque violin with Stanley Ritchie and violin pedagogy with Mimi Zweig. Romero holds a Graduate Artist Certificate and B.M. degree from the University of North Texas under the of Julia Bushkova on the modern violín and Cynthia Roberts on the baroque violin, and the mentorship of lutenist Lyle Nordstrom. She also holds an Executive Graduate Certificate in Social Enterprise, Cultural Agency, Teaching Artistry, and Civic Leadership from the Global Leaders Program.
SGY : The pioneers of New Netherland and New Sweden
This video shows the lecture I presented in Salt Lake City on Friday 2nd March 2018 about the various pioneers who settled from 1624 to 1664 in New Netherland and New Sweden, on the East Coast of North America, coming from Wallonia, Flanders, Holland, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Estonia, who unlike the much intolerant Pilgrim Fathers are the real forerunners of the American nation, born in 1783 in a wide European and African melting pot.
Canticle of India from the Emeraldity Album - Music Video
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The Republic of India is a country in Asia. It has an area of 3,287,263 square kilometres (1,269,219 sq mi). It is at the center of South Asia. India has more than 1.2 billion (1,210,000,000) people, which is the second largest population in the world. It is the seventh largest country in the world by area and the largest country in South Asia. It is also the most populous democracy in the world. India has seven neighbours: Pakistan in the north-west, China and Nepal in the north, Bhutan and Bangladesh in the north-east, Myanmar in the east and Sri Lanka, an island, in the south.
The capital of India is New Delhi. India is a peninsula, bound by the Indian Ocean in the south, the Arabian Sea on the west and Bay of Bengal in the east. The coastline of India is of about 7,517 km (4,671 mi) long. India has the third largest military force in the world and is also a nuclear weapon state. India's economy became the world's fastest growing in the G20 developing nations in the last quarter of 2014, replacing the People's Republic of China. India's literacy and wealth are also rising. According to New World Wealth, India is the seventh richest country in the world with a total individual wealth of $5.6 trillion. However, it still has many social and economic issues like poverty and corruption. India is a founding member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), and has signed the Kyoto Protocol. India has the fourth largest number of spoken languages per country in the world, only behind Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, and Nigeria. People of many different religions live there, including the five most popular world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Islam, and Christianity. The first three religions came from the Indian subcontinent along with Jainism. Two of the main Classical languages of the world— Sanskrit and Tamil, were born in India. Both of these languages are more than 3000 years old. The country founded a religion called Hinduism, which most Indians still follow. Later, a king called Chandragupt Maurya built an empire called the Maurya Empire in 300 BC. It made most of South Asia into one whole country. From 180 BC, many other countries invaded India. Even later (100 BC — AD 1100), other Indian dynasties (empires) came, including the Chalukyas, Cholas, Pallavas, and Pandyas. Southern India at that time was famous for its science, art, and writing. The Cholas of Thanjavur were pioneers at war in the seas and invaded Malaya, Borneo, Cambodia. The influence of Cholas are still well noticeable in SE Asia. Many dynasties ruled India around the year 1000. Some of these were the Mughal, Vijayanagara, and the Maratha empires. In the 1600s, European countries invaded India, and the British controlled most of India by 1856. In the early 1900s, millions of people peacefully started to protest against British control. One of the people who were leading the freedom movement was Mahatma Gandhi, who only used peaceful tactics, including a way called ahimsa, which means non-violence. On 15 August 1947, India peacefully became free and independent from the British Empire. India's constitution was founded on 26 January 1950. Every year, on this day, Indians celebrate Republic Day. The first official leader (Prime Minister) of India was Jawaharlal Nehru. After 1947, India has had a socialist planned economy. It is one of the founding members of the Non-Aligned Movement and the United Nations. It has fought many wars since independence from Britain, including in 1947-48, 1965, 1971, and 1999 with Pakistan and in 1962 with China. It also fought a war to capture Goa, a Portuguese-built port and city which was not a part of India until 1961. The Portuguese refused to give it to the country, and so India had to use force and the Portuguese were defeated. India has also done nuclear tests in 1974 and 1998, and it is one of the few countries that has nuclear bombs. Since 1991, India has been one of the fastest-growing economies in the world.
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The Business of Bugs — Psychology and Untapped Food Sustainability
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From stadium concession stands to DIY mealworm farms, edible insects have been making headlines in the last couple of years. But bugs are not just another viral food trend—they could potentially be the answer to the world’s growing food security problems. Edible insects are, after all, a sustainable food source that is both as good for us as it is for the planet.
Two companies—Exo and Tiny Farms—hope to leverage the humble cricket and make it the next great protein. But while many cultures around the world eat insects, Western countries are finding the concept a little harder to swallow. Could companies like cricket protein bar producer Exo and cricket flour supplier Tiny Farms be the next step towards bugs in our diet?
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Poverty in Puerto Rico
October 13, 2016, 6-8pm
West Building Faculty Lounge, 8th Floor
Hunter College, 68th and Lexington, NYC
Presenter: Hector R. Cordero-Guzman, Ph.D., Professor, Baruch College, CUNY
A recent study on poverty in Puerto Rico since the 1990s which examines the characteristics of
the poor in Puerto Rico and then explores the relationship between poverty, social assistance,
and work in Puerto Rico.
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Tips For Music Appreciation - Episode 4 - Baroque - The Bizarre Pearl
Listening 1 (07:26) - Film 'Farinelli' - Ombra fedele anch'io (Aria of Dario from opera 'Idaspe' by Riccardo Broschi)
Listening 2 (09:46) - Handel - Messiah oratorio, HWV 56 / For unto us a Child is born (Stephen Cleobury)
Listening 3 (11:01) - Vivaldi - Spring from The Four Seasons (Netherlands Bach Society)
Listening 4 (11:49) - Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major, BWV 1047 (Freiburger Barockorchester)
Listening 5 (12:18) - Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major BWV 1048 - Sato (Netherlands Bach Society)
Listening 6 (13:54) - Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 (Emerson Quartet)
Online Music Video Series – Tips For Music Appreciation
Speaker: Mr. Lee Kwok Ki, Joseph (Music Director, L'Artiste)
Episode 4 Baroque (1600-1750) — The bizarre pearl
After a whole era of great discovery, brilliant invention and huge leap in human intelligence, men once again rejoined and embraced religion. The difference was, now we had enough wealth and wisdom to decorate religion in a spectacular package. The religious figures in those huge sacred paintings became muscular Mr. Bodybuilder. Together with the strong contrast of light and dark, it seems that everything was so artificial and compiled in a photo studio, yet attractive and provoking. Added to the great names of Bach, Handel and Vivaldi, what a wonderful world!
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World History Ep. 8: The Modern Era in the West or, You say you want a revolution?
Revolutions everywhere! An overview of the American, French, Haitian, Mexican, and South American Revolutions. And I'll throw in the Industrial Revolution for free!
Learning in Retirement: The Human Genome and Personalized Medicine
The Library is excited to be partnering with Learning in Retirement to offer free programs for area seniors. Learning in Retirement’s curriculum is taught by local experts and is designed specifically for those ages 50 and above who want to learn for the pure enjoyment of learning. No registration is required to attend the programs at the Library. To learn more about all of the programs offered by Learning in Retirement visit lirpalmdesert.com. For questions, email email@example.com. The completion of sequencing the entire human genome has yielded incredible knowledge about human genes, how they are expressed, how mutations cause various diseases and affect human health, and how genetic variability directs how we diagnose and treat patients today. We are now moving to a new era of personalized medicine that utilizes this information in almost every aspect of medicine.
Sound Advice - Marcel Kok
In Melbourne as part of Music Cities Convention, Marcel Kok sat down with Industry Professionals from Victoria to discuss sound level measurements at live music events, indoors and outdoors.
Marcel has many years of experience in supporting and advising concert organisers in Europe and beyond, achieving maximum quality sound without violating environmental and health and safety regulations.