15 Minutes with … the Jerome Roche Prize Winner

Following on from our interview with the 2013 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Elizabeth Eva Leach, we interviewed the 2013 Jerome Roche Prize Winner, Bettina Varwig, after her keynote at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bristol. Originally

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15 Minutes with … the Jerome Roche Prize Winner

Following on from our interview with the 2013 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Elizabeth Eva Leach, we interviewed the 2013 Jerome Roche Prize Winner, Bettina Varwig, after her keynote at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bristol. Originally

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Spotlight on Interdisciplinary Research #2: ‘Musicologists Have Nothing to Lose but their Chains.’

James Taylor is a PhD candidate at the University of Bristol, where his work focuses on Soviet music culture in the 1920s, examining the impact of evolutionary biology, criminology, psychiatry and psychology on the field of Soviet musicology. He is

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Spotlight on Interdisciplinary Research #2: ‘Musicologists Have Nothing to Lose but their Chains.’

James Taylor is a PhD candidate at the University of Bristol, where his work focuses on Soviet music culture in the 1920s, examining the impact of evolutionary biology, criminology, psychiatry and psychology on the field of Soviet musicology. He is

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Student Committee Election Results!

Happy new year! I hope you all had a wonderful time at this year’s Research Students’ Conference at the University of Bristol. It was nice to see so many familiar faces and so many new ones. For those of you who were

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Student Committee Election Results!

Happy new year! I hope you all had a wonderful time at this year’s Research Students’ Conference at the University of Bristol. It was nice to see so many familiar faces and so many new ones. For those of you who were

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Public Engagement and the Media

Kirstie Hewlett is a PhD student at the University of Southampton. Her doctoral research focusses on Heinrich Schenker and the radio. An article she has written on this subject is to be published in a future issue of Music Analysis.

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Public Engagement and the Media

Kirstie Hewlett is a PhD student at the University of Southampton. Her doctoral research focusses on Heinrich Schenker and the radio. An article she has written on this subject is to be published in a future issue of Music Analysis.

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Call for Questions: ‘15 Minutes with … the Jerome Roche Prize Winner’

After the success of our interview with Prof Elizabeth Eva Leach at the RMA’s Annual Conference in September, the RMA Student Committee is to continue with its ‘15 Minutes with…’ series by interviewing the 2013 winner of the Jerome Roche Prize, Dr Bettina Varwig,

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Call for Questions: ‘15 Minutes with … the Jerome Roche Prize Winner’

After the success of our interview with Prof Elizabeth Eva Leach at the RMA’s Annual Conference in September, the RMA Student Committee is to continue with its ‘15 Minutes with…’ series by interviewing the 2013 winner of the Jerome Roche Prize, Dr Bettina Varwig,

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Joint BFE/RMA Study Day: Music and Mobilities, University of Oxford, Friday 15 May 2015

After the success of the joint study day of the Royal Musical Association and British Forum for Ethnomusicology in Manchester earlier this year, we are pleased to announce the second joint BFE/RMA study day: Music and Mobilities, to take place at the Faculty of

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Joint BFE/RMA Study Day: Music and Mobilities, University of Oxford, Friday 15 May 2015

After the success of the joint study day of the Royal Musical Association and British Forum for Ethnomusicology in Manchester earlier this year, we are pleased to announce the second joint BFE/RMA study day: Music and Mobilities, to take place at the Faculty of

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AHRC / BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers Competition

The AHRC and BBC Radio 3 are looking for applications for the New Generation Thinkers of 2015. Up to sixty successful applicants will have a chance to develop their programme-making ideas with experienced BBC producers at a series of dedicated

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AHRC / BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers Competition

The AHRC and BBC Radio 3 are looking for applications for the New Generation Thinkers of 2015. Up to sixty successful applicants will have a chance to develop their programme-making ideas with experienced BBC producers at a series of dedicated

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Programme for the RMA Research Students’ Conference 2015

The programme for the forthcoming RMA Research Students’ Conference at the University of Bristol is now online. Remember you have until 2 January to register. Spread the word! #RSC2015         

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Programme for the RMA Research Students’ Conference 2015

The programme for the forthcoming RMA Research Students’ Conference at the University of Bristol is now online. Remember you have until 2 January to register. Spread the word! #RSC2015         

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