“Music, Creativity and Culture in England, 1642-88”
This Conference is taking place at the Schulmann Auditorium of The Queen’s College, University of Oxford, from 9 to 6pm and is followed by a concert at 6pm.
There is an exceptional array of speakers lined up for the event, which should promote some excellent discourse about the world of Seventeenth-Century English music:
- Keynote – Professor Rebecca Herissone (University of Manchester)
- Dr John Cunningham (Bangor University)
- Caroline Lesemann-Elliott (Royal Holloway, University of London)
- Professor Peter Holman MBE (University of Leeds)
- Alexander Norman (Royal Holloway, University of London)
- Dr Matthias Range (University of Oxford)
- Dr Zsombor Tóth-Vajna (Royal College of Music)
- Professor Jonathan Wainwright (University of York)
- Dr Bryan White (University of Leeds)
- Samuel Teague (The Queen’s College, Oxford)
The registration fee (£30) grants access to the entire one-day event, including the evening concert, with refreshments throughout the day. (N.B. lunch and dinner are not included.) The event is organized in partnership with the University of Oxford Faculty of Music, The Queen’s College Oxfor and the Church Music Society. Full details, including paper titles, abstracts, and timings, and registration can be found in this link.
The conference convenor is Samuel Teague, from the University of Oxford.
You can find details of the evening concert, performed by The Choir of The Queen’s College and Instrument of Time & Truth in our events calendar.