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Heaven is Shy of Earth: Julian Anderson at 50

20 octobre 2017, Londres
Deadline: 5.00pm (BST) on Friday 30th June
Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London

This one-day conference on Julian Anderson provides a scholarly context for the BBC Symphony Orchestra's ‘Total Immersion' day (Saturday 21 October) devoted to his orchestral, choral and chamber music. While Anderson's music, its contexts and inspirations will naturally be the primary focus, the conference is intended to act as a catalyst for scholarly enquiry into the full range of his diverse activities, addressing not only Anderson's creative work, but also his important contribution as a scholar and as a significant animating presence in British musical life, as well as the interrelations between the three.

The conference is jointly presented by the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and Birmingham Conservatoire, and is convened by Christopher Dingle (Birmingham Conservatoire) and John Fallas (University of Leeds).

The day will feature invited contributions from Edward Venn (University of Leeds) on Anderson's Symphony and from Matthew Mendez (Yale University) on Anderson and the avant-garde.

Proposals are invited on all aspects of Anderson's activities for papers using one of two formats:

· 20-minute papers followed by 10 minutes of questions

· a shorter, 10-minute outlining of questions and initial observations in a particular area, followed by 10 minutes of discussion.

Proposals should be sent to by 5.00pm on Friday 30 June. Applicants will be notified of outcomes by Monday 17 July. Please specify which of the two paper durations you intend to use, and include your name, institutional affiliation (if any), an email address, a paper title and 250-word abstract.

Programme committee:

Christopher Dingle (Birmingham Conservatoire),

John Fallas (University of Leeds),

Julian Philips (Guildhall School of Music & Drama),

Caroline Rae (University of Cardiff)
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