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Music Matters XXII Symposium “Technology’s Disruption of Music Composition”

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media and ICOG invites you to the fourth Music Matters XXII Concert and Lecture Series of 2018 on Friday June 15th at the “Oude Boteringestraat 34”

At 13:00 we host a symposium on the topic of

“Technology’s Disruption of Music Composition”

Website: www.musicmattersatrug.nl
Time: 13:00 – 18:00
Place. Room 002 (Oude Boteringestraat 34, Faculty of Arts)
Free of admission!
Registration vai: a.l.a.arends@rug.nl

Click HERE for more information.

RESCHEDULED TO APRIL 24 Music Matters XXI Lecture by Dr. Justin Williams

RESCHEDULED TO APRIL 24! (TOMORROW) Due to the unfortunate event of a cancelled flight, the lecture of dr. Justin williams has been rescheduled!
We hope you will join us TOMORROW at 16h in ROOM 13.14.0014 Harmony building “Onder de Bogen” 🙂

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media and ICOG invites you to the third Music Matters XXI Concert and Lecture Series of 2018 on Friday April 20th.

At 16:00 we host Dr. Justin Williams (University of Bristol) in a guest lecture on the topic of

“ Brithop: Rap Music in the United Kingdom”

For more information about the lecture click HERE

Website: www.musicmattersatrug.nl
Time: 16:00
Place. Room 13.14.0014 (Onder de Bogen – Harmony Building)​í
Free of admission – No registration required

Music Matters XX Lecture by Dr. Katharina Rost

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media and ICOG invites you to the second Music Matters XX Concert and Lecture Series of 2018 on Friday March 23th.

At 16:00 we host Dr. Katharina Rost (University of Bayreuth) in a guest lecture on the topic of

“Dandies and Rebels: Female Masculinity in Pop Music”

For more info about the lecture click HERE

 


Website
: www.musicmattersatrug.nl
Time: 16:00
Place. Room A900 (Acadamy Building, Broerstraat 5. Separate building)
Free of admission – No registration required

Music Matters XVIIII Lecture by Dr. Barbara Titus (University of Amsterdam)

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media and ICOG invites you to the first Music Matters XVIIII Concert and Lecture Series of 2018 on Friday February 23th.

At 16:00 we host musicologist Dr. Barbara Titus (University of Amsterdam) in a guest lecture on the topic of

Performing Zulu history on a Dutch stage: Maskanda music, fabulation, and the disavowals of humanities scholarship.

For more info about the lecture click HERE

 

 

Website: www.musicmattersatrug.nl
Time: 16:00
Place. Room 13.14.0014 (Onder de Bogen – Harmony Building)​í
Free of admission – No registration required