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April 2021

27 Apr

Research Colloquium: Hannah Schneider (Oxford), Joshua Balance (Oxford), Jason Weir (Oxford)

Title TBC (Hannah Schneider), 'The Path to the New Note: A Computational Analysis of Interval Distributions in the Music of Webern (Joshua Balance), Real and Imagined Viennas: Josef Schrammel's 'Orientreise' (Jason Weir) If you are a university member, please sign up using this form by 4pm on the day. If you are…

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29 Apr

Finding the Raga, Amit Chaudhuri in conversation

As a lonely teenager living in a high-rise in Bombay, far from his family’s native Calcutta, Amit Chaudhuri began, contrary to all his prior inclinations, to study Indian classical music. Finding the Raga chronicles that transformation and how it has continued to affect and transform not only how Chaudhuri listens to and makes…

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29 Apr

Celebrating the Life and Music of Florence Price

Click here to register for the event. Dr. Samantha Ege performs and discusses the works of Florence Price in celebration of the composer's birth month. Price was the first Black woman composer to achieve national and international prominence, but she was not an anomaly in classical music. Price belonged to…

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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan at WOMAD ’85: An Immersive Experience

April 30 @ 9:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Sounds of South Asia Series Presented by the Faculty of Music, University of Oxford, and Real World Records For one night only, we are pleased to present a remastered and immersive live performance of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Party at the 1985 WOMAD Festival. On Friday 30 April,…

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May 2021

4 May

Research Colloquium: Peter Franklin (Oxford) & Bojan Bujic (Oxford)

Arnold Schoenberg and Egon Wellesz: A Fraught Relationship. Peter Franklin in conversation with Bojan Bujic. If you are a university member, please sign up using this form by 4pm on the day. If you are a non-University member, please email ella.marshall-shepherd@sjc.ox.ac.uk. Abstract: Peter Franklin introduces this recently published book about Schoenberg and one…

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Oxford Seminar in Music Theory & Analysis | Nicola Dibben (University of Sheffield)

May 5 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Analysing musical new multimedia: music in mobile apps and extended reality Register here using this online form. Spaces are limited to 100 places and will be offered on a first come first served basis. Abstract: This paper investigates an emerging new musical multimedia form—interactive musical/sonic art experiences in audio augmented…

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6 May

Brain and Mind: Music and the Brain

Three expert speakers will each give a talk on the subject of Brain and Mind: Music and the Brain at the next in the popular St Hilda's College Brain and Mind series of research seminars. We look forward to welcoming and hearing from Professor Eric Clarke, Heather Professor of Music, University of Oxford, Dr Victoria…

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11 May

Research Colloquium: Alwynne Pritchard

Title TBC. If you are a university member, please sign up using this form by 4pm on the day. If you are a non-University member, please email ella.marshall-shepherd@sjc.ox.ac.uk. Abstract: TBC. About the series: The Colloquia feature leading figures, as well as younger scholars, from across the world. They present their research in papers…

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12 May

Oxford Seminar in the Psychology of Music: Diana Omigie (Goldsmiths University of London)

Diana Omigie, Music listening as a window into the aesthetic pleasure of information seeking Please sign up here: https://oxford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/ospom-dr-diana-omigie  Abstract: Information seeking may be defined as the motivation to seek and explore information in the environment. The availability of computational tools that allow the information theoretic properties of musical events…

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18 May

Research Colloquium: Mari Jo Velasco (Princeton)

Title TBC. If you are a university member, please sign up using this form by 4pm on the day. If you are a non-University member, please email ella.marshall-shepherd@sjc.ox.ac.uk. Abstract: TBC. About the series: The Colloquia feature leading figures, as well as younger scholars, from across the world. They present their research in papers…

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