Research seminars

BEAST Seminar

The Music Department's Research Seminar series takes place on in the Dome Room, top floor of the Bramall Music Building. Sessions are Wednesdays at 13:00 unless otherwise indicated. All welcome.

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Music, politics and risk-taking

Music, politics and risk-taking
Date
25/01/2017
Description
Richard Causton (Cambridge) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

Title to be confirmed

Title to be confirmed
Date
01/02/2017
Description
Adrian Moore (Sheffield) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

Nineteenth-Century Bach? Emulation and assimilation of Joseph Joachim's Bach performing practices - A practical experiment

Nineteenth-Century Bach? Emulation and assimilation of Joseph Joachim's Bach performing practices - A practical experiment
Date
08/02/2017
Description
Dr David Milsom (Head of Performance, Department of Music, University of Huddersfield) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

Mark Bowden discusses his work

Mark Bowden discusses his work
Date
15/02/2017
Description
Mark Bowden delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

The Ten Commandments, music, and popular belief in Reformation England

The Ten Commandments, music, and popular belief in Reformation England
Date
01/03/2017
Description
Jonathan Willis (University of Birmingham) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

Capturing sounds, designing notation, writing music

Capturing sounds, designing notation, writing music
Date
08/03/2017
Description
Susan Rankin (University of Cambridge) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

QawwaliBEAST

QawwaliBEAST
Date
15/03/2017
Description
BEAST delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

How late is late modernism?

How late is late modernism?
Date
22/03/2017
Description
Sarah Collins delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.
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