Dublin City Research Seminar Tuesday 6th April

I’m going to be doing a research seminar online for Dublin City University next Tuesday the 6th of April entitled ‘ Music in the Rural Creative Economy of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland’. This will be the first discussion of some of the fieldwork I’ve been doing online in the past few months in this topic. Invitation and access details below:

The School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music at Dublin City University
will host its *Music Seminar Series for Spring 2021 *over seven *Tuesday
evenings from 26 January to 6 April, 6.00-7.30pm* (via Zoom).

*Please contact solomon.gwerevende2@mail.dcu.ie
<solomon.gwerevende2@mail.dcu.ie> to register for any one or all seminars
in the series.*

*26 January* Dr Seán Doherty (Dublin City University)
* Melodic Structures in Irish Traditional Music*

*2 February* DCU Doctoral Researchers:
Linda Adams: *Investigating Harmonic Expectation: Specialist musicians and
general audiences*
Áine Mulvey: *Dialect Verse and Songwriting during the Irish Cultural
Revival (1891-1922)*

*9 February* Dr Michael Murphy (Mary Immaculate College, Limerick)
*Evaluating nineteenth-century Irish musical sources: the case of the
Hudson brothers*

*23 February* DCU Doctoral Researchers:
Solomon Gwerevende: *Muchongoyo musical heritage and sustainable
development: A rationale for collaboration and engagement*
Lina Andonovska: *Make or Break:* *The benefits of artist entrepreneurship
in creating a sustainable career in contemporary fine art music*

*2 March * Dr Clare Wilson (Dublin City University)
*A walk in the park or a wolf in sheep’s clothing? Perspectives on
analysis-resisting bestiaries of Caplet and Les Six*

*23 March* Professor Susana Sardo (University of Aveiro)
* Shared research practices for more responsible ethnomusicologies:
Connecting knowledge(s), reducing inequities *

*6 April* Dr Simon McKerrell (University of Newcastle)
* Music in the Rural Creative Economy of the Highlands and Islands of

Dr John O’Flynn, Associate Professor of Music, School of Theology,
Philosophy, and Music, DCU

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