‘Music and Interdisciplinary Practice’ study day
This study day will combine presentations from members of the Royal Musical Association’s Music and/as Process Study group with presentations by Goldsmiths Music PhD students. The presentations will focus on topics including (but not be limited to): audiovisual composition and installations; interdisciplinary processes, the politics of interdisciplinarity and processes and practices between music and other discipline(s). This will be a chance to discuss recent research in this area and to connect with other researchers in the area of Music and/as Process.
The event is free but registration for participants is required due to room capacity - please register on eventbrite by 18 February so we can finalise numbers.
NB change of venue to Professor Stuart Hall Building, LG01
The performance by Huw Morgan, who discusses and performs repertoire from his mainly slow organ and piano music project, including music by Eva-Maria Houben and others is on Thursday 23 Feb at 6pm - more info here: https://www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=14186
Dates & times
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|24 Feb 2023||10:00am - 4:30pm|
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