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November 2021

29 Nov

Composer speaks: Bent Sorensen

‘Passions and resistance - the music of Bent Sørensen’ Monday 29th November, 4pm-5.30pm (8th week) Convenor: Professor Martyn Harry Online on Zoom Free Entry   Bent Sørensen is one of northern Europe’s most performed and admired composers, whose triple concerto L’isola della Città was awarded the 2018 Grawemeyer Award for Music. The…

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December 2021

2 Dec

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music | Brianne Dolce (Merton College, Oxford)

Speakers: Brianne Dolce (Fitzjames Research Fellow in Music, Merton College, Oxford) with discussants Catherine A. Bradley (University of Oslo), Barbara Haggh-Huglo (University of Maryland, College Park) The Confraternity of Jongleurs and Bourgeois of Arras: A Reappraisal The Confraternity of Jongleurs and Bourgeois of Arras has long figured prominently in musical…

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January 2022

27 Jan

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music | Lachlan Hughes (University of Oxford)

More details TBC. Speakers: Lachlan Hughes (University of Oxford) with discussants Blake Wilson (Dickinson College (PA)) and Elena Abramov-Van Rijk (Jerusalem) Laude and Lyric Poetry in Late Thirteenth-Century Florence About the series The seminars in 2021-22 will continue on Zoom. The seminars are all at 5 p.m. UK time. We…

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February 2022

17 Feb

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music | Antonio Calvia (Università di Pavia) and Anne Stone (CUNY Graduate Center)

More details TBC. Two Fragments, One Manuscript: Introducing a Newly-Discovered Italian Source of Ars Nova Polyphony About the series The seminars in 2021-22 will continue on Zoom. The seminars are all at 5 p.m. UK time. We have seized the opportunity to bring together people in a way not geographically…

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March 2022

10 Mar

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music | John Milsom (Liverpool Hope University) and Jessie Ann Owens (University of California at Davis)

More details TBC. Demystifying Morley: New Findings about A plaine and easie introduction to practicall musicke (1597) About the series The seminars in 2021-22 will continue on Zoom. The seminars are all at 5 p.m. UK time. We have seized the opportunity to bring together people in a way not…

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