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Wirds an Soonds: Doric & Cello and 'We Need to Talk' Showcase-
Join cellists, composers and writers involved in Wirds an Soonds and 'We Need to Talk' in conversation with Sound Festival's Fiona Robertson and UoA WORD Centre's Helen Lynch
Sound Art Workshop with Pete Stollery-
Join Professor of Electro-Acoustic Music, Pete Stollery, in Cruickshank Botanical Gardens/Seaton Park for an outdoor workshop in soundscape listening, recording and editing sounds for a virtual sound map.
'Speaking of Sound': Online Sound Art Workshop with Nathan Wolek-
Join this interactive online workshop with Professor Nathan Wolek of Stetson University, Florida, to learn about layers or specific features of the soundscape around you.
Online Talk - The Futures Past of al-Andalus: Reflections, Refrains, Returns-
Join a public keynote with Professor Jonathan Shannon exploring "The Musical Afterlives of al-Andalus: Identities and Encounters beyond History" as part of a European Research Council-funded project "Past and Present Musical Encounters across the Strait of Gibraltar".
The Launch of 'Walter Scott and Song': Celebrating Scott 250-
Join us for a virtual celebration of the 250th anniversary of Walter Scott's birth, and the opening of the University's new online exhibition, Walter Scott and Song: Retuning the Harp of the North, on Tuesday 17 August from 6pm (BST).
Digital Networking for Music-
The Department of Music at the University of Aberdeen is hosting an informal session on digital networking for music. This is open to ALL music students, from undergraduates to postgraduate researchers. It should be of interest to anyone, regardless of your focus (e.g., communities, education, performance, composition, etc.). Some current students will...
Music Research Seminar: Dr Nathan Wolek-
Documenting Coastal Soundscapes from Florida to Scotland
Composers' Forum with Dr Phillip Cooke-
Join the next Composers' Forum at the University of Aberdeen Music Department with the Head of Music.
Music Research Seminar: Dr Anna Bull-
'Getting it right' Classical Music as a Middle-Class Social Practice