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Sergio Ospina Romero

PhD student, Musicology
Segio Ospina

Sergio Ospina-Romero is an Anthropologist, Musician, MA in History, and currently PhD student in Musicology at Cornell University. His publications and research activities are mainly focused on Popular Music in Latin America in the early twentieth century, especially in relation to sound recording industries, cultural identities, and music consumption. His book on Colombian composer Luis A. Calvo (1882-1945) will be published this year by the Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History; for other publications, check here. Between 2010 and 2014 he was Lecturer in Historical Anthropology at Universidad Nacional de Colombia, in Bogotá. He is the pianist and director of Palonegro, an incredible ensemble of Latin American music.