2010 - 2011

‘Music from the hybridies’: Jazz as National and Trans-National Practice

Speaker(s): Tony Whyton (University of Salford)
03/06/2011


Music, Gender and Identity among the Kazakhs of Mongolia

Speaker(s): Saida Daukeyeva, Institute of Musical Research
26/05/2011


What Musicians can Learn from Working on Stage with Actors

Speaker(s): John Sloboda and colleagues
John Sloboda and colleagues from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in association with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama...
20/05/2011


Music is Spatiotemporal: International Music Perception & Cognition (MPC) Research on Movement, Dance and Time

Speaker(s): Christine Beckett (Concordia University, Montreal)
12/05/2011


The workshop as a research tool

Speaker(s): Mine Do─čantan Dack (Middlesex University)
Owing to various recent cultural-economic factors, which led to transformations in the structuring of the Higher Education sector and in...
11/03/2011


New Music in Silent Film - Or Vice Versa?

Speaker(s): Yati Durant (University of Edinburgh) and Chair: Miguel Mera (City University) Yati Durant (University of Edinburgh) and Chair: Miguel Mera (City University)
This seminar will address the symbiotic relationship between silent films of the past and composers of modern new music today. As many...
27/01/2011


Making Music with Alfred Cortot

Speaker(s): Daniel Leech-Wilkinson (King's College London) and Chair: Jonathan Summers (British Library)
Cortot’s piano playing offers many opportunities to consider the relationship between sound, meaning, emotion, calculation, personality,...
09/12/2010


Object, Objectivity, Objection: Music in the Age of 'Post-Disciplinarity'

Speaker(s): Giles Hooper (University of Liverpool)
Institute of Musical Research, Giles Hooper (University of Liverpool)
17/11/2010


Biguine amoureuse: Caribbean Music in Paris between the Two World Wars

Speaker(s): John Cowley (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) and Chair: Shihan De Silva (Institute of Commonwealth Studies)
21/10/2010

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