Music Matters: Performing Music through Culture
Music Matters: Performing Culture through Music is a concert and guest lecture series organized by KCM (The Arts, Culture and Media Department), Studium Generale and ICOG (The Groningen Research Institute for the Study of Culture) of the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen together with KVNM (The Royal Society for Music History of the Netherlands) and the Prins Claus Conservatory. This series attempts to look seriously at the intersections between arts practice and scholarly research and therefore it offers not only a series of intellectual discussions on important research themes, but also features monthly lunch-time concerts featuring professional, established performers. Each edition will focus on a specific theme related to the world of music practices and arts communities. Both local and international scholars will offer insight and expertise on subjects related to live music subjects such as music festivals, the aesthetics of improvisation, performing gender and race through music, and music revivals. These issues will be addressed through lectures, workshops and presentations.
Tourout III has been published
Vol. 3 of the KVNM-series "Johannes Tourout, Ascribed and attributable compositions in 15th-century sources from Central Europe" is published:.....