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Research seminars

The University of York Music Department research seminars are held on Wednesdays in term-time, 4-5.30pm, and can be accessed externally via Zoom (Meeting ID: 998 9220 5308; Passcode: 390939).

CMRC seminars are held on Tuesdays in term-time, 4-5:30pm and can be accessed externally via Zoom (Meeting ID: 974 1147 1887
Passcode: 030134).

Music Coding Collective meetings are held on Fridays in term-time at 11:30am.

Titles below are provisional and speakers may differ due to changes in circumstances - please check the University of York Music Department website for confirmation of details on the day.  

Wed
25
May

University of York Sound and Technology Network event

Part of our weekly Music Research Seminar series

Tue
31
May

Alex Paxton: Happybig gay Cartoon-Machine Music for Bosch People, orchestras and Lollipops

The composer and improvising-trombonist joins us to discuss his recent work.

Wed
1
Jun

PGR Session

Part of our weekly Music Research Seminar series

Tue
7
Jun

Ben Gaunt: Embracing Idiosyncrasies

The Yorkshire-based composer, performer, and educator joins us to discuss his work, including the recent Nothing Else Exists for solo violin.

Tue
14
Jun

Clara Iannotta: What do you hear? Building sounds beyond instruments

The Berlin-based Italian composer joins us online to discuss her recent work.

Recent events

Liz Haddon and Martin Suckling: Òran Fìdhle / Violin Song

Tuesday 17 May 2022

Join us to find out more about an exciting new duet composition and pedagogy project: Òran Fìdhle / Violin Song

Kate Ledger/Monica Pearce: Performer/composer perspectives on exploring the physical limitations of piano and toy piano performance

Tuesday 10 May 2022

Discussion and workshop of a new collaborative work exploring ideas of restraint, physicality and technique around piano and toy piano performance.

Megan Steinberg: On Composition & Disability

Tuesday 3 May 2022

A session exploring roles of composition, collaboration, AI and experimental aesthetics with musicians who identify as disabled, Deaf and/or neurodivergent.

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