Perspectives on Historically Informed Practices in Music Conference
As part of the conference we will have the opportunity to experience an informal evening of mid-19th-century paino trios by Leipzig composers performed on period instruments.
Olga Andryushchenko (piano), Guadalupe López-Íñiguez (cello), and Claire Holden (violin)
- Jadassohn Piano Trio No.2 in E major, Op.20
- Mendelssohn Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op.49
The concert is free to attend for conference delegates but is also open to the public. Tickets available at the door for £10 (£5 concessions) to include a complimentary drink
This concert is presented as part of the Transforming C19th Historically Informed Practices conference.
We are pleased to announce that Transforming 19th-Century HIP will be hosting an Archival Research Study Morning prior to the start of the Perspectives on Historically Informed Practices in Music Conference at the University of Oxford Faculty of Music on Monday 10th September. The session will be free and open to all. Please click here for more information about the event and how to register.
Transforming Nineteenth Century Historically Informed Practice (TCHIP) will host an international conference on Perspectives on Historically Informed Practices in Music at the Faculty of Music, University of Oxford from Monday 10th September to Wednesday 12th September.
Historical Performance scholarship is enjoying something of a revitalization; new methods, research into music of the 20th century, greater integration with performers and the music industry, and interdisciplinary approaches are just some of the influences currently broadening the field. Perspectives on Historically Informed Practices in Music aims to bring together scholars and performer/scholars researching performance in the long 19th, and the 20th centuries and will explore current research foci and possible future developments in historical performance research.
Christina Bashford, Associate Professor of Musicology, University of Illinois
Simon McVeigh, Professor of Music, Goldsmiths, University of London
Registration is now OPEN.
Visit the CONFERENCE REGISTRATION and PRACTICAL INFORMATION page for links to register and information about travel and accommodation.
The provisional conference programme with paper titles and speakers is now available.
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Please note that this programme is subject to change. All enquires should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org