Pan on the Move, Gayelle TV 2004.
Musicians in this video: Ray Holman – double seconds, Michael Germain – double bass, Brian Perkins – tenor pan, and Ken Archer – guitar.

I am an ethnomusicologist, who obtained my doctoral degree at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. My areas of interest include the musical, ritual, and celebratory traditions of the circum-Caribbean and the African Diaspora. I worked as a lecturer at the Columbus and Marion campuses of The Ohio State University, where I taught classes in World Music, Rock and Roll/American Popular Music, Western Art Music, and directed the OSU Steel Pan ensemble.

The Ohio State University Steel Pan Ensemble, led by Ken Archer, accompanies Dr. Lennard Moses during his lecture and demonstration at the 2006 Conference of the Mid-West Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM) that was hosted at the Ohio State University.

Faculty and students of the African and African- American Studies Department of the Ohio State University perform a Kiganda dance at the department’s award function, 2009.

The Ohio State Steelpan Ensemble – 2009.