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Colloquia Michaelmas Term 2010

13 October
Dorottya Fabian (University of New South Wales, Sydney/ University of Cambridge)
Sound Recordings as a Chronicle of Performance Style: Trends and Individual Artistic Signatures in Playing Solo Bach on the Violin

18 October (Wort Lecture Series)
Ingrid Monson (Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Harvard University)
Being Musical and Other Dilemmas

20 October (Wort Lecture Series)
Ingrid Monson (Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Harvard University)
Mali’s Neba Solo: Music from an African Village in the Digital Age

27 October
Alexander Goehr (University of Cambridge) and James Conway English Touring Opera
Promised End, English Touring Opera and Frank Kermode

3 November
Kate Kennedy (University of Cambridge)
Ambivalent Englishness: Ivor Gurney’s Song Cycle ‘Ludlow and Teme’

10 November
Naomi Waltham-Smith (City University London)
Haydn Prophet, or Beethoven Apostle? On Fidelity to Badiou’s Event

17 November
Carlos del Cueto (University of Cambridge)
Listening in 1860s Milan

24 November
John Deathridge (King’s College London)
Beethoven’s ‘Fidelio’ and the Trouble with Freedom

1 December
Dean Sutcliffe (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Haydn and the Shapes of Sociability

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