RMA Research Colloquia in Music

RMA Research Colloquia in Music

Royal Musical AssociationMusic hosts a series of colloquia on behalf of the Royal Musical Association featuring national and international guest speakers, along with staff and postgraduate students.  All sessions are open to the public, a warm welcome is extended to all.

 

2016/17, Semester 2

201617 Music Colloquia semester 2

11 Jan
Lauren Redhead (Canterbury Christ Church University)
Iterative Processes: Composing and Performing as Journey Forms

25 Jan
Annika Forkert (University of Bristol)
Major Modernists or Collaborative Calamity? Towards a Critical Biography of Elisabeth Lutyens and Edward Clark

1 Feb
Richard Wistreich (Royal College of Music)
The Anatomy and Physiognomy of the Early Modern Voice

8 Feb
Sean Williams (University of Kent)
Performing Hugh Davies: electronic instruments and historical performance practice

22 Feb
Sarah Collins (Durham University)
Modernism and Reactionary Politics in Music and Literature:
The case of Peter Warlock and D.H. Lawrence

8 Mar
David Code (University of Glasgow)
Music and History in Barry Lyndon: Kubrick’s Ear and the Limits of the Archive


Wednesdays, 5.15pm, Room 2, 14 University Gardens Preceded by tea and cake, followed by wine. All welcome!