Sat, Nov 19|
Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
Musical Instruments of Tibetan Ritual: Lecture & New Installation by Prof. Jeff Dailey
Musical Instruments of Tibetan Ritual: Lecture & New Installation by Prof. Jeff Dailey - reception to follow
Time & Location
Nov 19, 2022, 3:00 PM
Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, 338 Lighthouse Ave, Staten Island, NY 10306, USA
About the event
Please join us at the Museum on Saturday Nov. 19th at 3 PM for a discussion about our newest installation: Musical Instruments of Tibetan Ritual. We will be joined by Professor Jeff Dailey, who has generously given the Museum some pieces on loan, and extensive knowledge on the topic. Time for Q&A will be alotted, and a reception to follow.
Dr. Jeff S. Dailey will return to the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art on Saturday, November 19th at 3 PM to give a talk on the Construction and Use of Musical Instruments in Tibetan Ritual. Dr. Dailey will discuss the cultural signficance of instruments used in Buddhist and Bon ceremonies and their importance in the Tibetan diaspora. In addition to viewing instruments from Dr. Dailey's collection currently on display at the museum, museum goers will be able to examing several additional instruments from his collection which will be on display for the day of the talk, all of which are interesting from both musicological, historical, and artistic perspectives.
MEET DR. JEFF DAILEY
Now retired as a college professor and administrator, Dr. Dailey devotes his time to research into the musical cultures of the Himalayas. After graduating from Wagner College, he went on to earn his PhD from New York University. He serves as president of the American Musicological Society's Greater New York Chapter.