Music Research Colloquia


Julia Zupancic, LMU Munich
Thinking Music in Terms of ‘Progress’: The West German Post-War Debates
Thursday 28 September 2017

Matthew Sergeant, Bath Spa University
Made by Matter: Reflections on agency in my recent compositional practice
Thursday 5 October 2017

Ross Cole, University of Cambridge
‘Entwined together in this culture of death’: Nick Cave, the Bad Seeds, and the Blues
Thursday 12 October 2017

Katherine Hambridge, Durham University
Popularising the Popular
Thursday 19 October 2017

George Kennaway, University of Leeds
The ‘Ingenious Professor’ John Gunn (1766-1824), Scottish Musician and Historian
Thursday 26 October 2017

Guido Heldt, University of Bristol
Dots, Loops and Squeaks. Music, Sound and Humour in Abstract Films by Norman McLaren
Thursday 2 November 2017

Andy Hamilton, Durham University
Rhythm and Stasis: A Humanistic Account
Thursday 16 November 2017

Samuel Hertz, Composer/Sound Artist
Deep Time, Slow Dance: Propositions
Thursday 23 November 2017

Dorien Schampaert, University of Leeds
The Shaping of the Ondes Martenot in the 21st Century
Thursday 30 November 2017

Sarah Mawby, University of Leeds
Exploring ‘best practice’ in SEN/D music education
Thursday 7 December 2017

Jacques Launay, Brunel University
Is music an evolutionary adaptation for social bonding?
Thursday 25 January 2018

Daniel Herscovitch (Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney)
Colloquium & Recital: ‘The Art of Fugue’ – the culminating work of Bach’s final decade
Thursday 1 February 2018

Kerry Hagan (University of Limerick)
Collaboration and composing with new musical algorithms
Thursday 8 February 2018

John Cunningham, University of Bangor
Charles Dibdin at Leeds: the Freemantle Collection
Thursday 15 February 2018

James Saunders (Open Scores Lab, Bath Spa University)
Group behaviours as music
Thursday 22 February 2018

Barbara Kelly (Royal Northern College of Music)
Jane Bathori’s music action in war-time Paris: remembering, forgetting and recovered memories
Thursday 19 April 2018

Jung Yoon Cho (University of Leeds)
Behind the notation: Understanding Brahms’s expectations for performers
Thursday 26 April 2018