The study day will bring together musicologists, performers and composers engaged with the genre of art song.
The Institute of Musical Research Grants Series, in affiliation with the Royal Musical Association and Goldsmiths brings you this study day, combining musicologists, performers and composers engaged with the genre of art song. It will consist of panels with individual papers, research/performance reports and lecture recitals on the following topics:
Art song – history, analysis, cultural contexts, performance and performers, reception, embodiment and identity
Gender Perspectives Beyond Austro-German
Performance of the repertoire today (industry, programming, different contexts, settings, formats and media, collaboration with non-musicians)
Composition and performance of new repertoire, including collaboration between composers and performers.
Professor Simon McVeigh, Goldsmiths, University of London
Professor Laura Tunbridge, Oxford University
Dr Chris Dromey, Middlesex University
Dr Verica Grmusa, Royal Holloway, University of London
Image: Gustav Klimt: Schubert at the Piano, 1899; destroyed by fire in May 1945
Please note, the venue has been changed from Deptford Town Hall to the Parish Church Hall on St James Road and RHB 167 for the early evening performances.
Dates & times
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|10 May 2019||9:30am - 8:30pm|
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