Transforming Musicology and ‘Being Human’ at the Birmingham Hippodrome

In this guest blog Professor Tim Crawford, Principal Investigator on the AHRC large grant project Transforming Musicology, explores how new technologies are influencing the ways in which we experience, make and study music. Research conducted by the Transforming Musicology project forms the basis the Being Human event Hearing Wagner at the Birmingham Hippodrome.

The Senses at #BloomsburyFest 2013

Our senses make the world that we experience come alive.  Artists realised this long ago, so have those who wish to convey a message whether it be personal, political, or religious.  At this year’s Bloomsbury Festival there are various events that attempt to challenge your senses or to convey important issues through sound, movement, or… Continue reading The Senses at #BloomsburyFest 2013

#PoTW – Word and Music Studies: Ninth International Conference (2013)

It is our pleasure to invite you to London for this Ninth International Conference of the International Association for Word and Music Studies (WMA). The conference is hosted by the Literature and Music Research Group of the Open University. It will take place in Senate House, University of London, in association with the Institute of… Continue reading #PoTW – Word and Music Studies: Ninth International Conference (2013)