Events

14-15 October 2018: Transit New Music Festival, Leuven, Belgium – ‘Democracy and composers’ and ‘Democracy and ensembles’ (two public talks), plus premiere of Bryn Harrison’s collaboratively-composed piece for De 2de Adem First Light.

13 September 2018: Annual Conference of the Royal Musical Association, University of Bristol – ‘Democracy in action? Audience participation as community organising’ (Peter Le Huray keynote lecture)

22 July 2018: Finding Democracy in Music, Darmstadt International Summer Course, Darmstadt, Germany – conference organiser (with Liza Lim)

22 July 2018: Finding Democracy in Music, Darmstadt International Summer Course, Darmstadt, Germany – ‘Imagining democracy in music: lessons from the past’ (conference paper)

24 January 2018: University of York – ‘The most democratic of composers? Elliott Carter and the idea of democracy’ (guest lecture)

10 November 2017: Annual Meeting of the American Musicological Society, Rochester, New York – ‘What kind of democrat was Elliott Carter?’ (conference paper)

12 October 2017: University of Manchester – ‘The most democratic of composers? Elliott Carter and the idea of democracy’ (guest lecture)

13 September 2017: Tenth Biennial International Conference on Music since 1900, University of Surrey – ‘The most democratic of composers? Elliott Carter and the idea of democracy’ (conference paper)

4-5 September 2017: Finding Democracy in Music – a Symposium – conference organiser

7-8 July 2017: Music and Socialism since 1917 (conference) – member of programme committee and project team

1 July 2017: Performing Indeterminacy – An International Conference – ‘How democratic is indeterminate music?’ (conference paper)

26 October 2016: University of Cambridge – ‘What can democracy mean for music?’

5 November 2015: Musiques en démocratie : acteurs, institutions, pratiques, discours, Philharmonie de Paris – ‘Musical models of democracy’ (conference paper)

28 October 2015: University of Birmingham – ‘What can democracy mean for music?’ (guest lecture)

7 September 2015: FOR CRYIN’ OUT LOUD: Music and Politics (conference), Gaudeamus Muziekweek, Utrecht – ‘What can democracy mean for music?’ (keynote lecture)

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