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Friday, September 6 • 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Working Group Session 4: Sound, Voice and Music

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Sophia Edlund

PhD Candidate, University of Exeter
Visualising vocal attraction: A 10-minute practice-as-research provocationImages of birdsong condensing in the air into aesthetic formations and of toad calls creating ripples on the water’s surface usually enchant viewers. Nature ‘captures’ these vocalisations like instant... Read More →
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Faye Rigopoulou

PhD Candidate, University of Exeter
Bleeding through a showstopper: Discussing the necessity for a musical theatre-dedicated vocabularyMusical theatre is an idiosyncratic offspring of two performing arts giants: Music and Theatre. When musicals become academic case studies, an array of theoretical frameworks, research... Read More →

Phoebe Ranger

Provocation ProposalThis short provocation presents my initial idea for a doctoral project looking at the way in which social and fan interactions with celebrity singing voices have changed due to technological developments in the 21st Century. As social media increasingly becomes... Read More →

Jacek Ludwig Scarso

Singing in the DarkThrough nearly two decades of coaching singers in highly contrasting settings, from professional productions to community centres, from HE conservatoires to primary and secondary schools, I have noticed that certain principles continue to inform my practice, transcending... Read More →

Sara Ruddock

Vibrational kinship: moving, sounding and listening bodies  A mini lecture-performance, based on Sara’s current research of vibrational kinship, which engages questions addressing vibration as the common of sounding, listening and moving, and how this can be tended to and explored... Read More →

Friday September 6, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm BST
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