Scottish Chapter Research Colloquia, Jan-Mar 2020

Details of this semester’s series of Royal Musical Association Research Colloquia at the University of Glasgow have now been finalised. Colloquia take place weekly at 17.15 on Wednesdays in 14 University Gardens, and are followed by a wine reception. The series is open to the public and free to attend. Our speakers are as follows:

Wed 29th Jan
Fabrice Fitch (Royal Music Association)
New Music for (Very) Old Instruments

Wed 12th Feb
Inja Stanovic (University of Huddersfield)
Performing, Recording and (Re)constructing: a guide for historically-informed performance

Wed 26th Feb
David Toop – Cramb Residency 2020 (London College of Communication)
Long Table on Listening

Wed 11th March
Anna Bull (University of Portsmouth)
Class, Control and Classical music: Musical practices and white middle-class identities among young people in the south of England

*Thu 19th March – 3pm
Iain Findlay-Walsh (University of Glasgow)
Virtual Auditory Reality: Inhabiting pop as virtual environment (Immersive Experiences Lab)

Wed 25th March
Marcin Stawiarski (University of Caen)
Transtextual and intermedial context of John McLeod’s vocal music

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