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Colloquia Lent Term 2013

5 PM, Wednesday 23 January
Isabella van Elferen (Utrecht University)
Musical Dark Descents: sonic immersion in psychological horror games

5 PM,Tuesday 29 January
Donald Wort Lecture Series 2012-13, Lecture 3
David Huron (Ohio State University)
Oxytocin, Dopamine and Other Molecular Friends

5 PM, Wednesday 30 January
Andrea Halpern (Bucknell University)
Neural Correlates of Dynamic Musical Imagery

5 PM,Thursday 31 January
Donald Wort Lecture Series 2012, Lecture 4
David Huron (Ohio State University)
Laugh ’til you Cry, Cry ’til you Laugh

5 PM, Wednesday 6 February
Karl Kügle (Utrecht University)
Late Medieval Bruges Re-Visited: The Music Of The ‘Gruuthuse’ Manuscript (Den Haag, KB 79 K 10)

5 PM, Wednesday 13 February
Charles McGuire (Oberlin College Conservatory & The University of York)
Spectacle, the Middle Class, and Infrastructure at the Yorkshire Grand Musical Festivals, 1823-35

5 PM, Wednesday 20 February (Venue: Lecture Room 2)
Razia Sultanova (University of Cambridge)
Performance Case Study: Professional and Amateur Musicians in Northern Afghanistan

5 PM, Wednesday 27 February
William Brooks (The University of York)
‘No Strings or Cheek to Cheek? Song and structure in Top Hat.’

5 PM, Wednesday 6 March
Emma Dillon (King’s College, London)
Sumptuous songs: Musical Values and the Medieval Romance Tradition

5 PM, Wednesday 13 March
George Benjamin in conversation with Richard Causton (University of Cambridge)
A discussion of Benjamin’s opera, Written on Skin
Written on Skin will receive its UK premiere at the Royal Opera House on 8 March 2013.

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