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A Panel Hosted by the Contemporary Music Research Unit - Performing Complexity, with Professor Roger Redgate, Dr Ian Pace and Christopher Redgate
A discussion on the ideas and approaches involved in the performance of complex music. Ian Pace, Christopher Redgate and Roger Redate will look at the relationship between compositional and performance styles, exploring how notational strategies and performative possibilities in the avant-garde reciprocally affect one another. Tensions such as those between standardisation and virtuosity, and innovation and its sedimentation into compositional identity, will be considered against the political implications of - and historical changes in - what is deemed possible.
Open to all, no reservation necessary.
The Music Research Series is designed to help postgraduate students advance their research and careers. The events stimulate exchange, hones skills, facilitates the creation of professional networks and helps to consolidate the department’s postgraduate community, all over a glass of wine! Attendance is strongly recommended for all postgraduate students (MA, MMus and PGR) in Music but of course undergraduates, music researchers, and visitors from across the college and the community are also most welcome to these public lectures.
Dates & times
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|17 Mar 2020||5:30pm - 7:00pm|
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