Postgraduate research

Sharing Postgraduate Research

Posted on 15 May 2015 by Jessica Kelly

PGR Study Day (2 May 2015) PhD student Martin Čurda writes about a recent PGR Study Day at the School of Music… “On Saturday 2nd May 2015, the students and staff of the School of Music gathered for a Postgraduate Research Study Day – the sixth instalment of a series of biannual events designed to
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Bartolomeo Campagnoli reloaded

Posted on 23 April 2015 by Jessica Kelly

PhD student Simone Laghi on Italian String Quartets and bringing Bartolomeo Campagnoli to new audiences… I am writing this post on a train that is taking me to Turin. In three hours, I will be giving a speech in the library of the Circolo dei Lettore (Reader’s Club) to present the next concert of the
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Early Classical Music Workshops

Posted on 16 March 2015 by Jessica Kelly

PhD student Simone Laghi writes about how he shares his expertise in Early Classical Music with students at the School of Music… For the second consecutive year I’ve managed to run this little adventure of Early Classical Music Workshops at the School of Music. 21 March, the birthday of J.S. Bach, has been chosen as
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Breaking Boundaries

Posted on 12 March 2015 by Jessica Kelly

PhD student Alessandra Palidda has an invitation for fellow postgraduate students… Dear PGR and PGT colleagues, Every year the University Graduate College organizes an interdisciplinary conference for research students in the Arts and Humanities. This year’s conference will be held on 23 April 2015. It is a great opportunity to come and share your research
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RMA Research Students’ Conference 2015

Posted on 16 January 2015 by Jessica Kelly

Alicia Stark is a PhD student at the School of Music and is currently researching Authenticity, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Virtual Band. Recently, the annual RMA Research Students’ Conference was held at the University of Bristol.  Spanning three days, this event is always one of my favourites. One of the main reasons is that all the
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SMA Music Analysis Workshop

Posted on 9 January 2015 by Jessica Kelly

Event review by Martin Curda, PhD student at the School of Music and an SMA Student Representative. On the last Saturday in November 2014, the first SMA Music Analysis Workshop took place at Cardiff University’s School of Music. Besides the ‘TAGS’ conference, the biannual Summer School (coming up this July) and the ‘Writing Club’ workshops,
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