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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Location and Memory in my Creative Process

Location and Memory in my Creative Process
Date
01/11/2017
Description
Hans Tutschku (Harvard University) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

A Japanese emperor goes to Italy: The Italian adaptation and reception of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado

A Japanese emperor goes to Italy: The Italian adaptation and reception of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado
Date
15/11/2017
Description
Valeria De Lucca (University of Southampton) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

Schemata and Satire in Haydn's Joke Quartet

Schemata and Satire in Haydn's Joke Quartet
Date
29/11/2017
Description
Nick Baragwanath (University of Nottingham) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

The Leuven Chansonnier: A New Later Fifteenth-Century Song Source

The Leuven Chansonnier: A New Later Fifteenth-Century Song Source
Date
17/01/2018
Description
David Burn (University of Leuven) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

Media Power and the Online Dance Remake: Remixing Beyoncé's "***Flawless" in the YouTube Archive

Media Power and the Online Dance Remake: Remixing Beyoncé's "***Flawless" in the YouTube Archive
Date
31/01/2018
Description
Kristin McGee (University of Groningen) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.

Title to be confirmed / On the performer-composer relationship after theory: reflections on real life

Title to be confirmed / On the performer-composer relationship after theory: reflections on real life
Date
14/02/2018
Description
Seth Ayazz (Independent) and Heather Roche (Independent) deliver a double session of the Music Colloquium series seminar.

'Nothing Really Changes': Musical Processes in and as Time in ingenga and Related Works / Whose Liberation? Iranian Popular Music and the Fetishisation of Resistance'

'Nothing Really Changes': Musical Processes in and as Time in ingenga and Related Works / Whose Liberation? Iranian Popular Music and the Fetishisation of Resistance'
Date
28/02/2018
Description
Lauren Redhead (Canterbury Christ Church University) and Laudan Nooshin (City University) deliver a double session of the Music Colloquium series seminar.

Music and Animal Songs

Music and Animal Songs
Date
14/03/2018
Description
Emily Doolittle (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) delivers the Music Colloquium series seminar.
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