You are invited to the Conservatoire Study Day. Support your fellow researchers and find out more about the exciting PhD research taking place in Music and the Performing Arts!
See a schedule overview below and full abstracts here.
Session One (The LAB): 9.15-10.45
Melinda Maxwell | Lost in Translation: How and Why Notate Improvisation?
Khyam Allami | Écho-monde: Towards a Hybrid Repertoire of Contemporary Acoustic, Electroacoustic and Electronic Arabic Music
Ben Torrens | Birmingham Reggae
Yuanwei Ping | The Pianist-Composer Alexis Weissenberg
Session Two (The LAB): 11-12.30
Richard Stenton | Publishing as a Musical Practice: Conclusions from the Catalogue
Bobbie-Jane Gardner | Composition in a Hyperlocal Environment
Helen Roberts | A Day in the Life of William Mathers: Cornitor, Publican, Wait
Session Three (The LAB): 12.45-2.15
Susannah Self | The Artist as Entrepreneur
Akvile Stuart |The Importance of Social-Artistic Circles in Russian Music Publishing: The Circumstances of Publication and Reception of Alexei Stanchinsky’s works, 1913-1928
Yaoying Wang | Debussy’s Innovation in Piano Technique
Chieh-Yu Yang | Interpreting Mozart’s Piano Works Through an Orchestral Perspective
Session Four (Workshop 2): 3-4.45
Shi Ling Chin | The Theatre of Twentieth-Century Solo Violin Chaconnes
Max Leonhardt | Randomness in Music: How Composers Renew and Enrich Notation in order to Expand the Musicians’ Capability of Interpretation
Laurie Shore | Tracing the Development of Chopin’s opus 10 and 25 Studies through their Antecedents
Tessa Mayhew | Ravel and his Aesthetic of the Macabre