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Upcoming Lectures and Events

Richard Hageman: Song and Film Score Composer

8 Oct 18

Performing Song Cycles, Then and Now

15 Oct 18

Brahms Reheard

22 Oct 18

Heinrich Neuhaus: Subjectivity & The Pianist

29 Oct 18

Sonic Stories from East Suffolk

5 Nov 18

Access and Inclusion in Music: Views from the Start and the End of Life

12 Nov 18

Research and the Performing Arts

26 Nov 18

Previous Lectures and Events

Reappraising Musical Materialism and the “Stuff” of Composition

25 Jun 18

Research and the Performing Arts: Guildhall School Doctoral Discussion

18 Jun 18

Costume Politics

11 Jun 18

Can Imagining Songs Help You Sing Better?

5 Jun 18

Shakespeare the Novelist? Private reading of playbooks in the 17th century

21 May 18

Multi.Modal: Muddying the Sonic Landscape

14 May 18

Why do sopranos have such a rough time in opera?

7 Mar 18

Sombering Rachmaninov’s second piano concerto

12 Feb 18

Theatre Aurality: Sound Theory in Performance Analysis

5 Feb 18

Record Effects: Making and Experiencing Music

29 Jan 18

An officer and a gentleman: the legacies of B H Crusell (1775-1838)

15 Jan 18

Playing Doctors

20 Nov 17

Instrumental Music Learning

15 Nov 17

Not just tools: Revealing the instrument in musical practice

30 Oct 17

Music, Research and Public Interest: A Dialogical Praxis For Social Justice

9 Jul 17

Classical Music Is In Terminal Decline – And Has Been For 400 Years!

26 Jun 17

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