Christened 'International Seminar on Creating and Teaching Music Patterns', the three-day conference which began Monday brings together musicologists from countries like the US, Germany, and South Africa, a statement said on Tuesday.

The seminar will witness around 80 presentations from scholars in music, ethnomusicology, computer science, bio-physics, statistics, and other allied disciplines, it said. Some of the speakers are Beth Bullard, former director, World Music Studies, George Mason University, USA; Sebastian Klotz, professor in Systematic Musicology, Leipzig University, Germany; Lars Christian Koch, director, Phonogram Archive, Museum of Ethnology, Germany; and Meki Nzwei, professor, University of Pretoria, South Africa.

Pianist Yaroslav Senyshyn from Canada and maestros of Indian classical music such as L Subramaniam, Ustad Aashish Khan, and Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri are part of the stellar musical line-up.

(Agencies)

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