Visiting and local speakers present a paper on their research.
There are opportunities to put questions to the speaker and this is followed by a short wine reception.
Please contact Annette Davison, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions about the series or any mobility/access requirements.
22nd January: Jessica Aslan, Reid School of Music, "Stages of (in)determinacy in the creation of new music" and Emma Lloyd, Reid School of Music, "Instrumental extension and development of a mutual aesthetic" - to include a demonstration of their work together.
29th January: Dr Noel O'Regan, Reid School of Music, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, “ ‘Because of the music the streets were full’. The importance attached to music in the activities of early modern Roman confraternities.”
5th February: Jill Morgan, "Those who sing together stay together: exploring lifelong musical engagement and its role in the health and well-being of couple relationships in retirement" and Claire Renfrew, "Investigating The Musical Identities of Professional Classical Musicians" Taking place in the Atrium of Alison House
16th February: Professor Eero Tarasti, University of Helsinki, The music of Jean Sibelius Taking place at 4pm in Lecture Room B of Alison House
These seminars are free and open to everyone.
This article was published on 19/01/2015