Research Forum 2013-14

The CMR’s Research Forum series takes place on Wednesdays from 2pm (Thursdays 1-2pm from 6 March) in Room G18, next to the Michael Tippett Centre. Speakers for this year are listed below: please follow the title links for more information. Admission to the forum is free, and everyone is welcome.

Wednesday 16 October 2013: James Saunders (BSU) – On Generality
Wednesday 23 October 2013: Nick Sargeant (BSU) – Noise as expressive content in music
Wednesday 30 October 2013: Richard Parfitt (BSU) – No Guru, No Method, No Teacher
Wednesday 6 November 2013: Matthew Spring (BSU) – Bath’s Pleasure Gardens and the wind ensemble music of James Brooks
Wednesday 13 November 2013: Tom Armstrong (University of Surrey) / Nicola Meecham (RWCMD) – Technique, Process, Interpretation: creating Morning Music for solo piano.
Wednesday 20 November 2013: Jon Pigott (UWIC/BSU) – Autonomous Materials and Systems in Electromechanical Sound Art
Wednesday 27 November 2013: Ian Rawes (London Sound Survey) – Patterns and Meaning in Everyday Sound
Wednesday 4 December 2013: Ralf Dorrell (BSU) – Graham Collier: a study of a jazz composer

Wednesday 8 January 2014: Simon Zagorski-Thomas (LCM) – The Musicology of Record Production
Wednesday 15 January 2014: Katherine Williams (University of Cardiff / University of Bristol) – Popular Music and Art Music Coincide: Rufus Wainwright’s Coexisting Conceits
Wednesday 22 January 2014: Andrew Hugill (BSU) – Percy Grainger: a pioneer of electronic music
Wednesday 29 January 2014: Amanda Bayley (BSU) – Analysis of cross-cultural collaborations with the Kronos Quartet
Wednesday 5 February 2014: PG Inter-semester week – no Forum
Wednesday 12 February 2014: School Board – no Forum
Wednesday 19 February 2014: Simon Shaw-Miller (University of Bristol)
Wednesday 26 February 2014: Joe Bennett (BSU)
Thursday 6 March 2014:
Thursday 13 March 2014: Eliot Bates (University of Birmingham)
Thursday 20 March 2014: Joseph Hyde (BSU)
Thursday 27 March 2014: Frieda Abtan (Goldsmiths)
Thursday 3 April 2014: Kaffe Matthews
Thursday 10 April 2014: Emma Hooper (BSU) – My Superbrain is All Binary:  Nostalgic Futurism as Robyn’s Feminist Super-Persona
7 May 2014:  Paul Carr (Cardiff School of Cultural & Creative Industries)

Previous Series

2011-12 Music Research Forum

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