University of Southampton: Hartley Residencies in Music, 2016-2017
We have the great pleasure in announcing our third year of Hartley Residencies at the University of Southampton. Each event consists of a formal presentation and roundtable as outlined in the timetable below, a formal presentation by one of Southampton’s own scholars, and various preparatory events for MMus and PhD students.
All are welcome from outside the university. The developing programme may be seen at www.southampton.ac.uk/music/research/<http://www.southampton.ac.uk/music/research/>
The timetable for the 2016-2017 academic year is as follows:
15-16 November 2016: Simon McVeigh (Goldsmiths, U of London)
‘Out of the box into the fire: Writing about Edwardian musical culture from multiple perspectives’
Roundtable on big data, small data and challenges for musicology
14-15 March 2017: Lawrence Zbikowski (U of Chicago)
‘Preconditions for the Construction of Musical Meaning’
Roundtable on social implications of musical interactions
2-3 May 2017: Peter Schubert (McGill U, Montreal)
‘Chord progressions in Renaissance polyphony?’
Roundtable and workshop on improvisation in the Renaissance
26-27 June 2017: Newton Armstrong (City University London) and Oliver Coates.
‘Listening as Material in Compositional Thought and Design’
Roundtable on composer and performer perspectives on electroacoustic music
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