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Identity and Vinyl Culture

Location
Aston Webb G33 Lecture Theatre
Dates
Saturday 18 November 2017 (08:30-17:00)
Contact

In case of queries, please contact Karlyn King: kxk628@student.bham.ac.uk

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Royal Musical Association Study Day

The Department of Music at the University of Birmingham is delighted to host a Royal Musical Association Study Day on the theme of “Identity and Vinyl Culture”. We will be welcoming postgraduate researchers and practitioners from all areas of music to present their work in an inclusive, accessible and supportive space.

The resurgence of vinyl records in a multi-format, multi-channel listening world raises fundamental questions around the development of music technology, accessibility and the social practice of listening.  

Keynote speaker: Professor Paul Long, Birmingham City University

Sessions:

  • Materiality and Self
  • Digital backlash
  • Patterns of Consumption

Cost:

  • RMA Members and University of Birmingham Students: Free Registration
  • Standard Registration: £10.00

Identity and Vinyl Culture Programme (PDF)

If you have a disability, specific access requirements or any special dietary requirements that we need to be made aware of please contact the organisers using the details above.

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