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Public Research Seminar: Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Practice Research

Public Research Seminar: Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Practice Research

Public Research Seminar Series

Date and time
17 - 18 Nov 2020 (2:30pm - 5:00pm)
Location

Online

Price
To be announced.
Booking Information

These seminars will take place online. A link to join the seminar via Zoom will be sent in advance of the start of the session.

Practice Research Symposium

A celebration of diverse practice research projects undertaken across Music and the Performing Arts by staff at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

Tuesday 17 November 2.30-5.30pm

Session 1: Composition

14.30 Paul Norman – ‘On Text’

15.00 Seán Clancy – ‘Composition as Translation’

15.30 break

Session 2: Performing Arts

16.00 Polly Hudson – ‘Skinner Releasing Technique and its application to choreographic practice’

16.30 Gareth Somers – ‘1616: The Secrets and Passions of William Shakespeare’

17.00 Aleksandar Dundjerovic – ‘Interdisciplinary Macbeth: Migrating Text into Performative Arts’

Wednesday 18 November 2-5pm

Session 3: Historical Performance Practice

14.00 Jamie Savan – ‘Venice 1629: Exposition of Research’

14.30 Helen Roberts – ‘Reconstructing Verses by Henry Loosemore and John Coprario: Practice-led Research with Three Artefacts’

15.00 John Thwaites – ‘Brahms: HIP Recording of the Piano Quartets’

15.30 break

Session 4: Composing with Technology

16.00 Lamberto Coccioli – ‘From culture to nature and back. A personal journey through the soundscapes of Colombia’

16.30 Edmund Hunt – ‘Composition as Commentary: Voice and Poetry in Electroacoustic Music’

 

 

Forthcoming events in Public Research Seminar Series

Forthcoming dates will be announced soon.