OSiMTA: Anna Zayaruznaya (Yale University)

Oxford Seminar in Music Theory & Analysis: Anna Zayaruznaya (Yale University)
‘A minor history of prolation’

Free to attend, register here. Please note that places are limited and registration closes at 11am on the day of the event.

Abstract and bio to follow.

About the series:

The Oxford Seminar in Music Theory & Analysis (OSiMTA) meets two or three times a term. Its convenors are Professor Jonathan Cross and Dr Sebastian Wedler.

Our conception of theory and analysis is critical, plural and interdisciplinary. In shaping the seminars, we aim to reflect the broad range of activity taking place under the heading of theory and analysis today, as well as to challenge boundaries, embracing not only ‘conventional’ practices, histories of theory and repertoires, but also new interdisciplinary approaches that engage with cultural studies, ethnomusicology, aesthetics and philosophy, psychology, politics, performance studies, popular music studies, and so on. Speakers include distinguished local, national and international scholars.

Seminars are open to all, including the general public. Sessions will last 90 minutes and lively discussion is encouraged. They take place on Wednesday afternoons, beginning at 16.30 UK time (currently via Zoom only).

Regular updates will appear on the main series page. You can also follow OSiMTA on Twitter.