Research Seminar Series, February - May 2015
Monday Research Seminars, 4.00-5.30pm in Ensemble Room 1 (G.03), Department of Music, Jessop Building, 34 Leavygreave Road, Sheffield, S3 7RD, except where otherwise indicated.
The Research Seminar Series is a series of talks by leading researchers at this university and elsewhere. The series is aimed at postgraduate students and staff but undergraduates and external visitors are welcome at every talk.
|9th||Edwin Roxburgh - 'A composer's raison d'etre'.|
|16th||Katherine Butler (St John's College, Oxford) - 'From Orpheus the civiliser to Orpheus the ballad-seller: changing perceptions of myth and the powers of music in early modern England'.|
|23rd||Simon Keefe (University of Sheffield) - 'Composing, Performing and Publishing: Mozart's "Haydn" Quartets'.|
|2nd||Henry Stobart (Royal Holloway, London University) - 'Dancing in the Fields: Imagined Landscapes and Virtual Locality in Indigenous Andean Music Videos'.|
|9th||John Rink (St John's College, Cambridge) - 'Chopin's afterthoughts'.|
|15th||Catherine Laws (University of York) – 'Performance, subjectivity and experimentation'.
11-1 Ensemble Room 1, Dept of Music
N.B. Exceptional day and time!
|20th||John Young (De Montfort University, Leicester) - 'Sculpting sound and shaping form: some perspectives on electroacoustic composition'.|
|27th||Philip Thomas (University of Huddersfield) - 'Pursuing a performance practice of experimental and post-experimental music'.|
|21st||Tim Wall (Birmingham City University) - 'The line between jazz and not-jazz: music broadcasting and the BBC 1923 to 1953'.
NB: This seminar takes place in the Humanities Research Institute as part of the department's Graduate Study Day.