Research Forum 2014-15

The CMR’s Research Forum series, run jointly with the Performance Research Centre, takes place on Thursdays from 12.30-2pm  in Commons (CM.105). 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.

2 October 2014: TBC
9 October 2014: Mary Steadman (Bath Spa): Site of Intimacy – Space and Corporality in Küsse {Kiss}
16 October 2014: Amanda Bayley (Bath Spa): Developing Dialogues in Cross-cultural Music-making
23 October 2014: Pamela Karantonis (Bath Spa)/Francesca Placanica (National University of Ireland, Maynooth): Music is the Air I Breathe: Documenting Cathy Berberian’s Legacy
30 October 2014: TBC
6 November 2014: Anna Birch (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland)
13 November 2014: Joe Bennett (Bath Spa): The Death of the Songwriter – attribution of creative ownership in popular music production
20 November 2014: Carol Brown (University of Auckland)/Thomas Kampe (Bath Spa)
27 November 2014: Diane Hughes (Macquarie University)
4 December 2014: Emma Hooper (Bath Spa)
11 December 2014: Luke Nickel/Joseph Buckler (Bath Spa)

8 January 2015: Helen Julia Minors (Kingston University) – What is Soundpainting? Composing in the moment.
15 January 2015: Richard Parfitt (Bath Spa): The rebirth of the songwriter
22 January 2015: TBC
29 January 2015: TBC
5 February 2015 [PGT inter-trimester break: no forum]
12 February 2015: TBC
19 February 2015 [UG reading week]
26 February 2015: James Saunders – I tell you what to do: autonomy, control and play in game compositions
5 March 2015: Julian Woolford (University of Surrey): Excavating and Rebuilding Twang!
12 March 2015: Vassilis Chatzimakris/Pablo Perez Zarate (Bath Spa)
19 March 2015: TBC
26 March 2015: Jeff Boehm (Bath Spa) – Making Improvisation and Solo and Electroacoustic Pieces Work for the Classical Musician


Previous Series

2011-12 Music Research Forum


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