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: Stephen Loy

1 Apr 2021

Led Zeppelin: Music and Drama in Performance This presentation will analyse the musical content of representative performances from Led Zeppelin’s career (...

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Research Seminar: Frank Millward

25 Mar 2021

Responding to place A seminar exploring artistic research and its application in the creation of the album, The Museum of Hope. The project uses the social,...

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Research Seminar: Jos Mulder

18 Mar 2021

Applying the hierarchy of hazard control to regulation of sound levels in entertainment venues This seminar is based on a presentation I am preparing for the...

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Research Seminar: Jarrod Sim

11 Mar 2021

Rumbling waters, echoing ancestors: an exploration of the drone in Paiwan music Jarrod Sim This paper will explore the use of biphony in the music of a...

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Research Seminar: Bonnie McConnell

4 Mar 2021

Singing the Rain: Kanyeleng Performers and Climate Change Adaptation in the Gambia Bonnie McConnell Sheikh Omar Jallow In the Gambia, kanyeleng fertility...

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Research Seminar: Dr Edward Neeman

1 Oct 2020

Debussy’s Children’s Corner: Parody or Homage?Hidden behind the outward charm of the six pieces that make up Claude Debussy’s Children’s Corner lie hidden...

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Research Seminar: John Mackey

24 Sep 2020

Theorizing Improvisation – Reducing Unpredictability or Uncertainty in relation to ‘Outside Playing’ My PhD research focusses on the development of...

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Research Seminar: Sally Walker

3 Sep 2020

The C21st Flautist, reimagined in light of being a Covid Concert Hall refugee How we need music has been made profoundly clear over these last months. ...

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Research Seminar: Llewellyn Osborne

27 Aug 2020

Betweeness: Technical and practical considerations in violin improvisation between classical and jazz worldsDespite the fact that the violin has been present...

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Research Seminar: Dr Chris Sainsbury

20 Aug 2020

Regionalism in my Music There exists a frequent emphasis on place by many Australian composers. It is a potent force that engages us. Nevertheless, my innate...

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