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Page to Stage

Posted on 16 April 2014 by Jessica Kelly

The Page to Stage project brought together storytelling, design and technology to develop a prototype app that adds layers of context and texture to classical music performance. Kenneth Hamilton (School […]

The God Article

Posted on 28 March 2014 by Jessica Kelly

Ethnomusicologist Dr John Morgan O’Connell – along with Sonic Art Scholar Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulus and User Experience Designer Anthony Mace – has recently been awarded £50,000 as part of REACT’s Objects Sandbox scheme. Dr […]

Public Engagement in Portland

Posted on 21 March 2014 by Jessica Kelly

Sam Murray, Second Year PhD Student For PhD students there are millions of buzzwords and key phrases expect of us during our time of study, some of these can confuse […]

Censoring the Flute? Mozart’s Opera and Revolutionary Panic

Posted on 14 March 2014 by Jessica Kelly

Professor Rachel Cowgill Three years ago I published a collection of essays that included a study of the early reception of The Magic Flute (1791), easily the most opaque of […]

Research in the media: Urban Birds

Posted on 13 March 2014 by Jessica Kelly

Dr Arlene Sierra appeared on the BBC Radio Wales Arts Show this week to discuss her new work - Urban Birds for three pianos with percussion and sampled birdsong - […]

Research in the media: A New South Wales

Posted on 10 March 2014 by Jessica Kelly

Dr Sarah Hill features on a BBC Radio Wales programme exploring the anatomy of classic songs. Dr Hill, an expert in Welsh pop music, appeared on episode 4 of I […]

Research in the media: Ravel Day

Posted on 6 March 2014 by Jessica Kelly

Ravel in 1925 Dr Caroline Rae has lent her expertise to BBC Radio 3’s flagship Ravel Day celebrating the composer’s birthday on 7 March. As part of the celebration, Dr […]