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Andy
McGraw

is an Associate Professor of music at the University of Richmond. He received his Ph.D. in ethnomusicology at Wesleyan University in 2005 and has published extensively on traditional and experimental music in Southeast Asia. As a student and performer of Indonesian musics he has studied and collaborated with the leading performers of Bali and Central Java during several years of research in Indonesia and his performances and collaborations have appeared on the Tzadik, Sargasso and Porter record labels. His book projects include: Radical Traditions: Re-imagining Culture in Balinese Contemporary Music (Oxford, 2013), Performing Indonesia (co-edited with Sumarsam, Smithsonian, 2016) and a current project comparing music as ethical practice in small scale communities.

All inquiries: amcgraw@richmond.edu Website: Andy McGraw

Andy McGraw