Cassandre Balosso-Bardin, born and raised in France, is now a senior lecturer in music at the University of Lincoln, UK. She is a prolific performer in many different kinds of traditions. She has performed at many festivals and venues including in BBC festival, folk festivals held in many different places in UK, Italy, France, in Africa. She has studies musicology and ethnomusicology also presented at numerous national and international conferences. Her research areas include musical instruments, instrument making, revivals, intercultural music making, Mediterranean music, bagpipes and applied ethnomusicology. She has founded, International Bagpipe Organization and runs radio padcast Bagpipes Galore. In this episodes, I have talked to her about music and its role in the society.
Music can play a greater role in the society says Cassandre Balosso-Bardin
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