Provisional programme for the LIPS symposium 2018

Posted by on Jul 28, 2018 in Event News | 0 comments

Saturday 27th  October 9.0 am

Keynote Speaker

Elaine Chew, Professor of Digital Media, Queen Mary, University of London.

‘From Sound to Structure: Synchronizing Prosodic and Structural Information to Reveal

the Thinking Behind Performance Decisions’

 

Sunday 28th October 9.0 am

 ‘Who do You Think You Are’? A Special Forum for Piano Teachers

The purpose of this forum – which is the first of its kind in the UK – is to address a hitherto increasingly urgent, yet unexplored problem concerning the health and emotional wellbeing of the piano teacher. While achieving success and high marks for the student is a given, work of this nature can be extremely stressful and largely undertaken in isolation. See latest News and Events for more details.

 

Piano Recital 5.0 pm

Alim Beisembayev winner of the Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition, and the Jaques Samuel Pianos Intercollegiate Competition.

 

Monday 29th October 9.0.am

Keynote speakers

9.0 am Jonathan Summers, Curator of Classical Music Recordings.

(Sound & Vision Collections Division, British Library).

‘An introduction to the collection’

10.0 am Dr Georgia Volioti, Dept of Music, University of Surrey.

‘Preparing for performance: The value of historical recordings’

 

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