As part of our research, we have developed a series of seminars covering a broad range of musical areas.
5.00pm - Alexander Jensen: Different ways of dealing with death: the relation between music and theology
6.30pm - Georg Corall: DMA Lecture-Recital: The Eloquent Hautboy
Nicholas Bannan: Music as the ‘missing link’: the evolutionary pathway from animal communication to language
Andrew Sutherland: Principles for designing an effective, post-compulsory Music curriculum suitable for Western Australia.
Kristin Bowtell (returning Court Music Fund award-holder): The Embodied Score: Conductors' Interpretive Decision-Making
David Symons: Antill After Corroboree: A Return to Conservatism?
Clint Bracknell: Songs from the South: The Wirlomin Project and Southern Noongar Song
Makoto Takao: Glocal Emotion: Performative Practices of Jesuit Conversion in Early Modern Japan
Louise Devenish: TBC
Noeleen Wright: TBC
Eva-Marie Middleton: Choral Performances of the Past
Victoria Rogers: John Blacking, Composer
World leading 17th century musicologist and Distinguished Visiting Senior Research Fellow to ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, Professor Tim Carter, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill presents: "'Every Friday evening music is performed in the Hall of Mirrors ... ': Claudio Monteverdi and the Rituals of Courtly Exchange in Early Seventeenth-Century Italy."
Venue: Eileen Joyce Studio
The Callaway Lecture is one of the most prestigious events on the School of Music calendar. Over the last two decades, a host of distinguished speakers have taken to the podium to deliver their thoughts on subjects as broad ranging as the effects of music on the mind, and the place of music in the arts.
2013 Callaway LectureJoseph Colaneri, Artistic Director West Australian Opera
In 2013, the Artistic Director of the West Australian Opera presents the Callaway Lecture based on his performer/scholar experiences. Conductor of opera, oratorio and symphonic works, and educator, Joseph Colaneri’s achievements are outstanding in each of the areas in his multi-faceted career. After fifteen seasons as a member of the conducting roster of the Metropolitan Opera, Maestro Colaneri is Artistic Director of the West Australian Opera in Perth and concurrently serves as Artistic Director of Opera at Mannes College, The New School for Music in New York.
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