Research Seminar Series

The ANU Music Research Seminar is a weekly event normally held each Thursday at 3.30pm in The Kingsland Room on Level 6, School of Music Building #100. Please check each event listing as the venue may vary from the Kingsland Room.

It is the premier forum for academic staff, invited guests and postgraduate researchers of the ANU School of Music to present their work.

Past events

Research Seminar - Ardi Echevarria

19 May 2022

From Deformation to Reformation: Sonata Failure and the Analysis of Nineteenth-century Form    James Hepokoski and Warren Darcy’s Sonata Theory has been...

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Research Seminar - Joshua Robinson

12 May 2022

A bi-musical approach to composition: explorations of immersion in Balinese musical culture The increased access to worldwide musical cultures through...

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Research Seminar - Uncle Ossie Cruse & Robin Ryan Cruse

5 May 2022

I Heard the Old Fellas Play: Preserving the Agency of the Gumleaf Sound in Contemporary Community Culture The seminar highlights the dynamic role of the...

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Research Seminar - Dr Alexander Hunter and Dr Charles Martin

28 Apr 2022

Open-Form Music Composition for Synchronised and Coordinated Action This talk introduces “Open-Form Music Composition for Synchronised and Coordinated Action...

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Research Seminar - Le-Tuyen Nguyen and Gerry O'Neill

21 Apr 2022

From Cochinchina with Love In 1900, the voice of a woman from Saigon was recorded in Dr. Léon Azoulay’s collection of wax cylinder recordings at the Paris...

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Research Seminar - Anna McDonald

17 Mar 2022

Outsider or Insider?  Playing Iranian kamancheh from a psychological perspective Ethnomusicologists have long been perplexed by the issue of being an “...

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Research Seminar - Zoë Loxley Slump

28 Oct 2021

1:1 Concerts for a pandemic: Learnings from intimate musical encounters In the midst of Covid19 lockdowns in Europe, the initiative 1:1 CONCERTS was founded...

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Research Seminar - Cat Hope

21 Oct 2021

Music Rights are Human Rights - Ensuring Musical Expression for All This presentation outlines how the bigger picture of 'Human Rights' can, and should,...

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Research Seminar: Christopher Sainsbury

7 Oct 2021

The Ngarra-burria First Peoples Composers program shifting the classical and new music industry For generations many Australian composers have tried to...

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Research Seminar: Scott Davie

30 Sep 2021

Cataloguing Rachmaninoff’s Career in Performance Sergei Rachmaninoff is widely regarded as one of the great pianists of the twentieth century. While his...

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