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The Oxford Song Network: Roderick Williams, Baritone

2pm: Masterclass with young singers 5pm: In conversation with Professor Philip Ross Bullock In collaboration with TORCH, the Oxford Centre for Life-Writing, Oxford Lieder and Creative Multilingualism Tickets for the masterclass can be booked here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/roderick-williams-masterclass-with-young-singers-tickets-32334002873 Tickets for the conversation can be booked here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/roderick-williams-in-conversation-tickets-32334153323

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Roderick Williams, Baritone, in conversation with Prof Philip Ross Bullock

In collaboration with TORCH, the Oxford Centre for Life-Writing, Oxford Lieder and Creative Multilingualism Further details on how to reserve a place will be posted at http://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/oxford-song-network

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Workshop: ‘Methodological Innovation in Late Medieval Studies’

On 27th and 28th April the European Research Council Funded ‘Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures’ project will be holding an interdisciplinary workshop on ‘Methodological Innovation in Late Medieval Studies’ at Wadham College Oxford.  Discussants will consider a range of themes including; The Impact of Sound Studies Performativity and Ceremonial Multimediality/Looking/Listening Multivocality, Polyvocality, and Aesthetics Enactments and the multisensory approach Materiality and Ceremonial Part 1 – Handling Books Materiality and Ceremonial Part 2 – Textiles To register and for…

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27 Apr
Holywell Music Room,
Holywell Street Oxford, OX1 3BN United Kingdom
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Humanitas Illustrated Lecture by Dame Mitsuko Uchida

How they differ, comparing two major piano concertos: Beethoven N.4 in G Major and Mozart’s K. 503 Pianist Mitsuko Uchida is amongst the best loved and respected in the music world. She returns to Oxford to give an illustrated lecture in memory of the late Lord Weidenfeld who created the Humanitas Visiting Professor at Oxford and Cambridge. To book tickets, please register here.  

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Sally Pinkas Piano Masterclass

Professor Sally Pinkas from Dartmouth College is visiting Oxford to work with pianists on their upcoming performance examination repertoire. Free admission – Open to the public

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2 May
The Bate Collection, Faculty of Music,
The Bate Collection, Faculty of Music St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1DB
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Bate Collection – Gallery Recital

Mike Bardsley, harpsichord recital

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Research Colloquium – Zeynep Bulut

Waste, Voice, Recycling Zeynep Bulut (King’s College London) All Music Research Colloquia begin at 5.15pm in the Denis Arnold Hall at the Faculty of Music. The Colloquia feature leading figures as well as younger scholars presenting their research in papers on all kinds of music-related topics. The speakers come from Oxford and many different universities around the world. This series is organised by graduate students, Stefanie Arend and William Drummond. Presentations are followed by discussion and a drinks reception. Students,…

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4 May
The Barn, St John’s College (St Giles),
St John's College, St Giles Oxford , OX1 3JP
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Seminar in Ethnomusicology and Sound Studies – Carolyn Birdsall

Sound Archiving and the Heritage of War Speaker: Carolyn Birdsall (University of Amsterdam) This presentation will examine the creation of sound archives in European radio broadcasting from 1930 onwards. I will take a critical look at the rapid expansion of sound archiving – both in scale and prestige – during National Socialism in Germany (1933-1945). On the one hand, regime officials now recognised radio as a potential object of scholarly knowledge, resulting in support for a new academic discipline of radio…

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5 May
Holywell Music Room,
Holywell Street Oxford, OX1 3BN United Kingdom
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Concert: Bringing Proust’s Imaginary Music to Life

Oxford students re-imagine Proust’s fictional music The French writer Marcel Proust is perhaps best known for the length of his magnum opus, the seven-volume A la recherche du temps perdu (In Search of Lost Time), a complex and rewarding work which has fascinated generations of readers. Less well known is the fact that Proust devoted a surprising amount of the novel to music. In particular, the descriptions of the fictional music of the imaginary composer Vinteuil have provoked many questions:…

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Concert: Handel’s Dixit Dominus and works by Bach

Merton College Choir Instruments of Time and Truth Benjamin Nicholas, Conductor   Tickets: http://www.musicatoxford.com

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