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Research seminars

These seminars are normally held on Wednesdays from 4pm until 5.30pm. The series includes papers by visiting speakers, as well as presentations by University of York staff and current research students.

Recent events

Music Coding Collective, Summer week eight

Friday 11 June 2021

Transcription project

Research seminar On Nineteenth-Century Historically Informed Performance on the Saxophone

Wednesday 9 June 2021

This week's music research seminar will be given by Kurt Bertels (Royal Conservatoire of Brussels)

Music Coding Collective, Summer week seven

Friday 4 June 2021

Coding session 3

Research Seminar: Sniffin’ Glue and Ripped & Torn: Two case studies as to why fanzines matter

Wednesday 2 June 2021

Historian of punk Professor Matthew Worley discusse3s Sniffin’ Glue and Ripped & Torn, two of the most influential fanzines to emerge through British punk in 1976-77.

Music Coding Collective, Summer week six

Friday 28 May 2021

Mary Emmett - Exploring the Hunting Songs of the Lakeland Fell Packs

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