Students on the MMus and MA Music programmes showcase their performance projects for this year.
The aim of the module is to develop knowledge and understanding of musical performance as a research technique, particularly in relation to the music of other cultures, addressing practical, theoretical and conceptual issues concerning music performance, including issues such as the nature of musicality, processes of music learning, theories of improvisation, modal theory, and the body in music performance.
Students will develop a research-centred performance project by either learning to perform from a repertory outside their primary music culture or by developing expertise in a new area of performance practice.
These performances are open to all and features postgraduate students Jay Raythatha; Diego Torres Cantu; Linden Hale; Jaremdi Longchar; Tessa Seymour; Dina Amro; Jasmine Liu; Joanna Shiel; Hazel Meades; Pei-Chin Chen; Qing Ye; Elisabeth Hill-Laurence; Soojung Shin; Tomas Cox and Olivia Wang.
Image: Balinese ceng-ceng, Museu de la Música de Barcelona, taken by sguastevi
Dates & times
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|23 May 2019||10:30am - 5:00pm|
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