Public talks and lectures
The School of Music hosts regular talks and lectures on a wide array of topics in music, featuring faculty, graduate students, and guest speakers from all over the world.
Friday, Nov. 30th
“Music and the Book of Nature: Vincenzo Galilei on the Conundrum of Musical Consonance"
“Sharing Control during Joint Rhythm Production: Cues and Consequences”
“Braiding Sounds in Time: An Introductory Change-Ringing Workshop”
"Heterophony: The Chinese System”
Wednesday, Oct. 17th:
”Nine Doors: Life Has No Boundaries — Projecting Tradition into the Future & the Creative Voice Within”
Friday, Oct. 12th:
“Decolonizing Music Programs in Higher Education”
Friday, Oct. 5th:
“Trans-Diatonic Harmony in Hugo Wolf’s Songs”
Friday, Sep. 28th: "Hector Berlioz’s Neurophysiological Imagination"
Friday, Sep. 14th: "Theory and Practice: The Music of South India"
Friday, Sep. 14th: "Investigating the Oral Transmission of Beompae in Contemporary Korea: A Case Study at the Okchun Buddhist Music School"
Friday, April 6th: "On Rousseau's Pygmalion and the Limits of Operatic Expression"
Friday, March 23rd: "Delius and the Politics of Cosmopolitanism"
Friday, March 16th: "Theory and Performance Practice: How Ideas about Meter Have Influenced the Ways We Play Rhythms"
Friday, March 9th: The UBC Rhythm Research Cluster's Exploring Musical Time Symposium Series: "Microtiming and Musical Motion: Four Lightning Talks and Discussion"