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Colloquia Michaelmas Term 2015

Colloquia: Michaelmas Term 2015

The Colloquium series provides an important opportunity for members of the Faculty, researchers from other departments and the general public to come together and hear papers on all aspects of music research, given by distinguished speakers from the UK and abroad. Colloquia are held on Wednesday evenings in the Recital Room at the Faculty of Music, West Road. Admission is free and all are welcome. Please arrive at 4.50pm for a 5.00pm start. Papers are followed by a discussion and a drinks reception with the speaker.

 

Wednesday, 14 October 2015
5.00pm, Recital Room at the Faculty of Music

Marina Frolova-Walker
Professor of Music History, University of Cambridge

‘Stalin’s Playlist’

 

Wednesday, 21 October 2015
5.00pm, Recital Room at the Faculty of Music

Chloe Alaghband-Zadeh
Research Fellow, University of Cambridge

‘Listeners' experiences of North Indian classical music in performance: how ways of listening are shaped by imagined histories, ethics and social status’

 

Wednesday, 28 October 2015
5.00pm, Recital Room at the Faculty of Music

Martin Regan
Associate Professor of Music, Texas A&M University

‘Composing for Japanese Instruments’

 

Wednesday, 4 November 2015
5.00pm, Recital Room at the Faculty of Music

Daisy Fancourt
Research Associate, Centre for Performance Science, Royal College of Music, London

‘Can music change our immune system?’

 

Wednesday, 11 November 2015
5.00pm, Recital Room at the Faculty of Music

Leonardo Waisman
Researcher at Instituto de Humanidades, Conicet, Argentina – Simon Bolivar Chair 2015/2016

 

Wednesday, 18th November 2015
5.00pm, Recital Room at the Faculty of Music

Margaret Bent
Emeritus Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford

‘The Old Hall manuscript revisited, and English motets in the Agincourt decade’

 

Wednesday, 25th November 2015
5.00pm, Recital Room at the Faculty of Music

Anahid Kassabian
Professor of Music, University of Liverpool

 

 

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