What constitutes music? | NOW ONLINE
21 June 2022, 11:30 am–4:00 pm
An interdisciplinary conversational workshop exploring ontological questions in music at UCL.
This event is free.
Institute of Advanced Studies / UCL European Institute
- Dr Deborah Lee (Information Studies)
- Dr Nicolas Gold (Computer Science)
- Prof. Jane Gilbert (SELCS-CMII)
This event will be an interactive workshop for UCL colleagues from all disciplines and backgrounds to talk informally about how they approach music in their research. We hope to get a sense of the diversity of existing approaches among colleagues, and to begin building interdisciplinary connections.
A keynote talk from Prof. Sarah Hibberd (University of Bristol) will begin the day, followed by a mixture of small-group and plenary discussions. Lunch will be served.
Please book now on Eventbrite if you would like to participate in this event. We will confirm your place by 10 June. We aim to include as wide a range of disciplines and interests as possible. If you are not listed on the Music Futures website, then please describe your research interests in a few sentences. More information about the workshop is available here.
NOW ONLINEDue to the underground and rail strikes announced for the day, this workshop will now take place online. Please register to receive a Zoom link.
Timetable for the day
Session 1. Keynote lecture, Q&A
|Prof. Sarah Hibberd, Stanley Hugh Badock Chair of Music, University of Bristol|
Session 2. Small-group discussions: different approaches to music and interdisciplinary conversations
Session 3. Small-group discussions: developing interdisciplinarity
Session 4: Whole-group discussion and preliminary planning for future network/outputs
Led by project organisers
This event is part of the Music Futures Festival. Check out our website for more information.
Image: Graphic Score 'Points', Barbara Szeremata, WIKIBASIA, CC BY-SA 4, via Wikimedia Commons.
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