"Perspectives on Performance"
The Stony Brook Music Department announces its inaugural Graduate Music
Symposium, to be held February 11-12, 2011.
We welcome graduate students from all disciplines to submit paper or
lecture-recital proposals on various aspects of musical performance. The
symposium will feature a keynote address by Ellen Rosand (Yale), as well as
a performance of Handel's *Acis and Galatea* by Stony Brook's award-winning
Baroque Ensemble. Suggested topics for our symposium include:
· Performers and their publics
· Pedagogy and performance practice
· Theorizing performance
· Ethnographies of performances and performers
· Performing as embodied knowledge
· Identity politics and performance
· Performers and composers
· Liveness and mediation
We invite submissions of 250-word abstracts for 20-minute papers or 40-minute
Please submit proposals to [log in to unmask] by
Friday, December 10, 2010.
Stony Brook is accessible via MacArthur Airport, the Long Island Rail Road,
and the Bridgeport/Port Jefferson ferry. Housing with Stony Brook graduate
students will be available for presenters staying overnight.
For more information, please visit <sbugradsymposium.blogspot.com>.
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