UCD School of Music is pleased to invite you to our upcoming 2016-17 Seminars in Musicology.

Seminars take place in J305, School of Music, Newman Building. Each seminar paper is 45 mins to 1 hour duration followed by discussion.

Semester One seminars take place on Thursdays, 2pm-4pm
Semester Two seminars take place on Wednesdays, 3pm-5pm

All are very welcome to attend.

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Semester 1
Thursday 15th September
Approaching Hearing and Seeing in Sixteenth-Century Italian Music and Arts
Dr Antonio Cascelli from Maynooth University Wednesday 22nd February

Thursday 20th October
Sound, Movement, Embodiment: Analysing Experimental Music Theatre
Dr Björn Heile (University of Glasgow)

Thursday 27th October
Romanian Folklore: Hidden Streams in the Music of Ligeti and Kurtág                  
Dr Bianca TemeĊŸ (Gheorghe Dima Music Academy, Cluj-Napoca)

Thursday 3rd November
Popular Music Research Today: From Beyoncé and Musical Mapping to Prison Rehabilitation
Dr Áine Mangaoang (University of Oslo)

Thursday 24th November
Departures: Congregational Music & Community After Conflict
Dr Jonathan Dueck (George Washington University)


Semester 2

Wednesday 22nd February
Sounds of a new state? Musical Life in revolutionary Dublin
Dr Maria McHale (DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama)
Wednesday 1st March
“A most precious jewel”: Byrd’s Agnus Dei settings and the significance of the Eucharist for Elizabethan recusants
Dr Pauline Graham (Griffith College Dublin)

Wednesday 8th March
The discovery of deep time: historical musicology and the return of universal history
Dr Shane McMahon (University College Dublin)
Wednesday 29th March
Sides, tracks and albums: reflections on recording and the creation of works in traditional music
Dr Adrian Scahill (Maynooth University)

Wednesday 5th April
Arne, nationalism and the English stage
Dr John Cunningham (Bangor University)
Wednesday 12th April
With whom was Schubert really contemporary? The Beethoven myth and the uncharted history of the string quartet in Schubert’s Vienna
Dr Anne Hyland (Manchester University)