Edward Caine, Composer

RMA Study Day 'Collaborations in Practice Led Research'

Sat, 23rd Oct 2010 12.00pm
Music Department, University of Leeds

The 'Collaborations' study day aims to explore the role of collaboration within practice-led research in music and hopes to examine the creative process within the setting of collaborative partnerships. This event is intended for research postgraduates and will incorporate papers, lecture recitals, training, live music, as well as a key note address given by Ian Pace and Michael Finnissy.

This conference will examine the processes involved in collaborative relationships, evaluating how these relate and inform research and practice. This will cover a broad range of approaches and disciplines, and joint proposals or those reflecting areas of interdisciplinary research are particularly encouraged. As well as a traditional call for papers we have invited proposals from performers and composers undertaking practice based research degrees. We will work with a small group of participants, creating one-on-one collaborations between postgraduate composers and performers. This will culminate in a concert where the composers and performers can present aspects of their work together.

Includes paper "Mechanics and Politics in Collaboration, and the place of Notation" by Edward Caine

More Info: http://collaborationsrmastudyday.co.uk/

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