2010 - 2011

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

Speaker(s): Tony Whyton (University of Salford)

Music, Gender and Identity among the Kazakhs of Mongolia

Speaker(s): Saida Daukeyeva, Institute of Musical Research

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...

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

Speaker(s): Christine Beckett (Concordia University, Montreal)

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...

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...

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,...

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)

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)