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2017-18 research seminars archive

Research seminar: Dr Holly Rogers 'Holes in the Cinematic Fabric: Listening to Audiovisual Dissonance'

Wednesday 30 May 2018

Dr Holly Rogers (Goldsmiths, University of London)

Research seminar: Neil Luck 'A Musical Appreciation of Richard Foreman'

Wednesday 21 February 2018

Neil Luck (University of York)

Research seminar: Tim Rutherford-Johnson 'Afterness in 21st-century music'

Wednesday 14 February 2018

Tim Rutherford-Johnson (Independent writer and researcher)

Research seminar: Professor Tina K. Ramnarine 'Music, Sugar and the Centenary of the Abolition of Indenture'

Wednesday 31 January 2018

Professor Tina K. Ramnarine (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Research seminar: Professor Atau Tanaka ‘The Body as Musical Instrument’

Wednesday 22 November 2017

Professor Atau Tanaka conducts research in embodied musical interaction. This work takes place at the intersection of human computer interaction and gestural computer music performance. This talk considers the human body as musical instrument.

Research Seminar: Professor Stephen Clift

Wednesday 15 November 2017

Stephen Clift is Professor of Health Education in the Faculty of Health and Social Care, Canterbury Christ Church University, and Research Director of the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health.

Research Seminar: David Beer ‘Social Music: Getting reacquainted with Jarvis Cocker’

Wednesday 8 November 2017

David Beer is a Reader in Sociology at the University of York.

Research seminar: William Lyons ‘Music for the London stage 1560-1640’

Wednesday 1 November 2017

William Lyons specialises in the performance and research of medieval and renaissance music.

Research Seminar: Dr Ann Warde ‘On Growth and Form in Experimental Music Composition and Analysis’

Wednesday 18 October 2017

Straightforward explications of the influence of Thompson’s conceptualizations as far-reaching contributors to a theory of music, and its realization in multiple compositions.

Research seminar: Dr Alinka Greasley

Wednesday 11 October 2017

Alinka Greasley studied as an undergraduate at Aston University and completed a PhD in Psychology of Music at Keele University.

Research seminar: Dr Bill Bruford ‘Give the drummer some: Distributed creativity in popular music performance’

Wednesday 4 October 2017

Dr Bruford discusses the relationship between creativity and popular music instrumental performance. What do instrumentalists do, is there anything creative about it, and, if so, how might such creativity inform practice?