RMA Annual Conference, 3-5 September 2016, Guildhall School of Music & Drama

The provisional programme for the RMA’s 52nd Annual Conference at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama this September is now up on the web. The conference is the single event in the UK calendar that seeks to represent something of the entire

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RMA Annual Conference, 3-5 September 2016, Guildhall School of Music & Drama

The provisional programme for the RMA’s 52nd Annual Conference at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama this September is now up on the web. The conference is the single event in the UK calendar that seeks to represent something of the entire

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part V

In the fifth and final part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, the RMA Student Committee and NAMHE-Panelists have

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part V

In the fifth and final part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, the RMA Student Committee and NAMHE-Panelists have

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part IV

In the fourth part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Professor Rachel Cowgill reflects on the importance of understanding research

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part IV

In the fourth part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Professor Rachel Cowgill reflects on the importance of understanding research

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part III

In the third part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Dr Helen Julia Minors discusses the new TEF [Teaching Excellence Framework]

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part III

In the third part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Dr Helen Julia Minors discusses the new TEF [Teaching Excellence Framework]

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part II

In the second part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Dr Laura Hamer reflects on the issues of gender and equality

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part II

In the second part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Dr Laura Hamer reflects on the issues of gender and equality

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part I

On the final day of RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, there was an informative and thought-provoking roundtable discussion on the subject of current issues in HE music. The members of the panel were Dr Chris

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part I

On the final day of RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, there was an informative and thought-provoking roundtable discussion on the subject of current issues in HE music. The members of the panel were Dr Chris

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15 Minutes with … the Jerome Roche Prize Winner (Interview with Nanette Nielsen)

Following on from our interview with the 2014 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Alexander Rehding, we interviewed the 2014 Jerome Roche Prize Winner, Professor Nanette Nielsen, before her keynote at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at Bangor

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15 Minutes with … the Jerome Roche Prize Winner (Interview with Nanette Nielsen)

Following on from our interview with the 2014 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Alexander Rehding, we interviewed the 2014 Jerome Roche Prize Winner, Professor Nanette Nielsen, before her keynote at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at Bangor

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BFE/RMA Research Students’ Conference Report 2016: ‘Disciplines in Dialogue’

Here Rachel Becker provides a report on the RMA Research Students’ Conference that took place in January at Bangor University. Rachel is a second year PhD student at the University of Cambridge, where she works on nineteenth-century opera fantasias for woodwinds.  

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BFE/RMA Research Students’ Conference Report 2016: ‘Disciplines in Dialogue’

Here Rachel Becker provides a report on the RMA Research Students’ Conference that took place in January at Bangor University. Rachel is a second year PhD student at the University of Cambridge, where she works on nineteenth-century opera fantasias for woodwinds.  

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