We're excited to announce the Guildhall ResearchWorks programme for summer 2017, which showcases the innovative research taking place within the school and invites external scholars to present their work.
Come along in May to find out more about feedback as a resource for student growth (8 May) and Professor Julian Anderson's re-examination of the approach to spectral-type thought (15 May), or hear a discussion of the new edited book by Professors John Rink, Helena Gaunt and Aaron Williamon, Musicians in the Making (22 May).
In June, Noriko Ogawa and Dr Mirjam James discuss live concerts for families living with autism (12 June), Dr Karen Wise presents the latest results from the AHRC-funded Finding A Voice project (19 June), and Antony Feeny takes a look at the economics of opera and orchestral music (26 June). Jacqueline Ross and Laura Roberts perform the Romances Op 22, and discuss the musical bond between Joachim and Clara Schumann (29 June).
Finally, in July, Samuel Araujo, (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), discusses music, research and public interest, followed by a panel discussion, in the keynote session of the 2nd Symposium on Social Impact of Making Music (9 July).
All ResearchWorks events are free to attend, please visit www.researchatguildhall.
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