‘Song as Performance’; a study event held in collaboration with TORCH
04 March 2016, 14:00 - 17:00
This event will be broadcast from Okinaga Room
On the eve of this year's Young Artist Platform, Oxford Lieder is pleased to host an afternoon of talks dedicated to the topic of song as a form of performance. It's easy to think of song as a form of text - whether musical or literary - but this approach sometimes leaves out the equally important idea of song as a powerful encounter between performers and audience that is capable of expressing embodied emotions in a way that often goes beyond words. This half-day event examines the question of song as performance from a number of complementary angles - historical, biographical, theoretical, practical and pedagogical - and will contain accessible and stimulating papers from leading experts in the field.
Held in collaboration with TORCH (The Oxford Centre in the Humanities)
This event is part of a series:
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