Oxford Bibliographies in Music Graduate Student Award

Oxford University Press is pleased to accept nominations for its annual Oxford Bibliographies in Music Graduate Student Award. The award is an invitation-only annual award that offers experienced doctoral candidates an opportunity to contribute to Oxford Bibliographies. This competition offers graduate

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Oxford Bibliographies in Music Graduate Student Award

Oxford University Press is pleased to accept nominations for its annual Oxford Bibliographies in Music Graduate Student Award. The award is an invitation-only annual award that offers experienced doctoral candidates an opportunity to contribute to Oxford Bibliographies. This competition offers graduate

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The PhD Viva: A Survivor’s Story

Dr Harriet Boyd-Bennett is a Junior Research Fellow at Christ Church College, University of Oxford, working on music tours around Italy in the 1920s. She completed her PhD in June 2014 at King’s College London, with a dissertation about opera in

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The PhD Viva: A Survivor’s Story

Dr Harriet Boyd-Bennett is a Junior Research Fellow at Christ Church College, University of Oxford, working on music tours around Italy in the 1920s. She completed her PhD in June 2014 at King’s College London, with a dissertation about opera in

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Call for Questions: ‘2 Minutes with the Dent Medallist’

The RMA Student Committee is planning an exciting new feature for the Student Blog and we need your help! The plan is to conduct and film a 2-minute interview with the 2013 recipient of the Dent Medal during the RMA’s

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Call for Questions: ‘2 Minutes with the Dent Medallist’

The RMA Student Committee is planning an exciting new feature for the Student Blog and we need your help! The plan is to conduct and film a 2-minute interview with the 2013 recipient of the Dent Medal during the RMA’s

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‘Inside the Collaborative Process’: Spotlight on Practice-led Research

London-based Australian pianist, Zubin Kanga has performed at the BBC Proms, Aldeburgh, Occupy the Pianos (UK), ISCM World New Music Days (Australia) and Borealis (Norway) Festivals as well as appearing as soloist with the London Sinfonietta and the Melbourne Symphony

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‘Inside the Collaborative Process’: Spotlight on Practice-led Research

London-based Australian pianist, Zubin Kanga has performed at the BBC Proms, Aldeburgh, Occupy the Pianos (UK), ISCM World New Music Days (Australia) and Borealis (Norway) Festivals as well as appearing as soloist with the London Sinfonietta and the Melbourne Symphony

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Call for Papers and Compositions: RMA Research Students’ Conference 2015

A multidisciplinary conference for students involved in music research and composition 8 – 10 January 2015 Music Department, University of Bristol, United Kingdom Call for papers and compositions Deadline: 27 October 2014 The upcoming RMA Research Students’ Conference will be

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Call for Papers and Compositions: RMA Research Students’ Conference 2015

A multidisciplinary conference for students involved in music research and composition 8 – 10 January 2015 Music Department, University of Bristol, United Kingdom Call for papers and compositions Deadline: 27 October 2014 The upcoming RMA Research Students’ Conference will be

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Public Engagement: Making an Impact

Dr Alexandra Wilson (Oxford Brookes University) works on late 19th-century and early 20th-century opera, viewed within its critical, cultural and political contexts. Committed to sharing the findings of her research with a wider public, she has presented numerous broadcasts for BBC Radio 3, and written programme

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Public Engagement: Making an Impact

Dr Alexandra Wilson (Oxford Brookes University) works on late 19th-century and early 20th-century opera, viewed within its critical, cultural and political contexts. Committed to sharing the findings of her research with a wider public, she has presented numerous broadcasts for BBC Radio 3, and written programme

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The ‘Instrument as a Research Tool’: Spotlight on Practice-led Research

Australian-born pianist Olivia Sham is an active recitalist in the UK. She recently completed her doctorate at the Royal Academy of Music and is continuing to explore the performance of nineteenth-century music on historical keyboard instruments in relation to the

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The ‘Instrument as a Research Tool’: Spotlight on Practice-led Research

Australian-born pianist Olivia Sham is an active recitalist in the UK. She recently completed her doctorate at the Royal Academy of Music and is continuing to explore the performance of nineteenth-century music on historical keyboard instruments in relation to the

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Journal of the Royal Musical Association Round Table: ‘Modernism and its Others’

We’re delighted to launch a new feature in collaboration with the Journal of the Royal Musical Association: a discussion board in response to the journal’s recently published round table, ‘Modernism and its Others’, to which as RMA members you have free access. We

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Journal of the Royal Musical Association Round Table: ‘Modernism and its Others’

We’re delighted to launch a new feature in collaboration with the Journal of the Royal Musical Association: a discussion board in response to the journal’s recently published round table, ‘Modernism and its Others’, to which as RMA members you have free access. We

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