The Performing Arts Department at Middlesex University will be hosting a one-day symposium on collaboration in performance practice, with a specific focus on the notions of ‘memory’, ‘place’ and ‘time’ in performance-making.
The event features research papers, discussion panels and short demonstrations of instances of relevant performance practice in the form of lecture demonstrations and practice demonstrations. Confirmed contributors include: bThe event features research papers, discussion panels and short demonstrations of instances of relevant performance practice in the form of lecture demonstrations and practice demonstrations.
Confirmed contributors include:
Susan Melrose, Joe Moran, Alexandra Kolb, Angela Woodhouse, Laura Cull, Alex Mermikides, Rosemary Lee and Rob Vesty, Ghislaine Boddington and Leanne Hammacott, Ian Saville, Steve Tromans, Renate Bräuninger, Rebecca Woodford-Smith, Jane Turner, Simon Jones, Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe with Shrikant Subramaniam and Gayathri Ganapathy, Misri Dey, Jane Carr, Rosemary Butcher, Dick McCaw, Richard Layzell and Martin Gent...
Location:Trent Park campus, main Mansion building
Further information: Please register online for this event here - the deadline for registering is Sunday 29 April. If you have any questions about this event please contact Stephanie Sachsenmaier: firstname.lastname@example.org Please check our blog for event updates.
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