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Public lecture with honorary doctor Peter Wollny
"Johann Sebastian Bach and the emergence of a European style around 1730". The venue can accomodate a maximum of 137 participants.
The Race of Sound
Full title of the seminar: "The Race of Sound: Listening, Timbre and Vocality in African American Music"
Vocal Figurations: Technique, Technology, and Mediation in the Gendering of Voice in Twenty-First-Century Pop Music
Dissertation to be publicly examined in Lecture room IV, Uppsala University main building, Biskopsgatan 3.
Faculty opponent will be Professor Nina Sun Eidsheim, UCLA Herp Albert School of Music.
The Heritage of Johann Sebastian Bach
Research seminar: Fredrica Roos
Presentation of a dissertation chapter on narratological analysis of Gustav Mahler's 5th symphony
Research seminar: Janne Palkisto
"Music and charity - Swedish-Finnish clarinetist and composer Bernhard Crusell (1775-1838) playing for the poor people of Sweden"
Research seminar: Anne Reese Willén
"Actors and networks in the circulation and the implementation of music idealist views in Stockholm in the second half of the 19th century"
Research seminar: Dafna Dori
Final seminar of PhD thesis with preliminary title "Saleh al-Kuwaity: A Modern Iraqi Composer"
Pre-opponent: Søren Møller Sørensen, University of Copenhagen
Research seminar: Maria Schildt
"Circulation of French music to the elites in the North: The De Geer family and the Finspong music collection"
Research seminar: Meghan Quinlan
"Sovereignty and Bare Life in an Old French Melody"