Tuesday 10 May 2011, 1.30PM
Keynote speaker: Rolf Inge Godøy, University of Oslo
is inherent to artistic practice and to the processes of music making.
Composition, improvisation, performance and listening are all embodied practices.
The seminar will explore the relationship between these two observations, examining the ways in which experimental approaches to music making, of whatever style or period, can reveal the embodied character of musical exchange and perception, articulating significant aspects of tacit knowledge. Topics will include:
The seminar comprises presentations and performances from researchers at York University, the Orpheus Institute, Ghent, and Kunst Universität, Graz.
The seminar is OPEN TO ALL TO ATTEND, FREE OF CHARGE.
Location: Department of Music