Research Seminars

Music, Theatre and Performance Research Seminars Semester 2, 2016

TPM Seminars, Semester 2, 2016

Seminars begin at 4.00pm and are held in Seminar Room 2, Ground Floor, Graduate Student Hub, 21 Sports Walk, Clayton Campus except for 22 September (details below).

 18 August

  • Jane Southcott, Examining Australia: The 1923 activities of four examiners of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music
  • Jim Daly, Shock: The long and the short of it

25 August

  • Raymond MacDonald, Billy Connolly, Daniel Barenboim, Willy Wonka, Jazz Bastards and the universality of improvisation
  • Kat Henry, Extreme physical endurance and long durational performance

1 September

  • Javier A. Silva-Zurita and Joel Maripil, Traditional Mapuche music: Moving towards non-traditional contexts

8 September

  • John Whiteoak, ‘A Good Black Music’ story?: Black American stars in Australian musical entertainment before ‘Jazz’
  • Angela Viora, Dwelling Through Performance Art

15 September

  • Helen O’Shea, Listening to dissonance: Invoking the auditory turn in ethnomusicology

22 September. Venue and Time: 11.00am. Elizabeth Burchill Room, E561 Menzies

  • Presentations from Honours students, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music

6 October

  • Aneesh Pradhan, Ways of thinking about traditional music in contemporary India: A performer’s perspective
  • Alana Hoggart, Performing the dead body

13 October

  • Jaime Dorner, An autopsy of the self. From biographical material to catharsis

20 October

  • Rob Stove, The best of enemies: Hindemith versus the Orgelbewegung