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Sep 12

Sound Knowledge Lecture Series

Sound Knowledge 

Have you ever wondered how a jazz piece is held together? About the role music can play in social justice, patriotic fervour, or trauma survival? About the relation between high-level musical performance and rehabilitation? Why the action of that last opera production you saw seemed so incomprehensible? Find the answer to these questions at Sound Knowledge, a new 6-part lecture series by leading members of the Faculty of Music. (Pictured: Professor Robin Elliott presenting Sing me a song of Canada! Sep 12) 

Sound Knowledge is a collaboration between the Faculty of Music and the School of Continuing Studies.

Wednesday evenings from 6 to 7:15pm. Lecture followed by a brief Q & A.

Walter Hall

$100 + HST

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Wed Sep 12 - Robin Elliott, Sing me a song of Canada!

Wed Sep 19 - Gordon Foote, What is this Thing Called Jazz? 

Wed Sep 26 - Joshua Pilzer, Music, Traumatic Experience, and Survival: From East to West and Then and Now

Wed Oct 3 - Bina John and Nasim Niknafs, Collaborative Improvisation, Music and Social Justice

Wed Oct 17 - Michael Albano, The Concept Ceiling: Has avant-garde operatic production reached its zenith?

Wed Oct 24 - Aiyun Huang and Michael Thaut, Percussion to Health: Common Performance Mechanisms Underlying the Rationale for Music-Based Motor Rehabilitation

University of Toronto Faculty of Music

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University of Toronto Faculty of Music
(416) 978-3750

80 Queen's Park
Edward Johnson Building
Toronto ON M5S 2C5
Canada

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- [ Add to Calendar ] 2018-09-12 22:00:00 2018-09-12 23:15:00 Sound Knowledge Lecture Series <p>Sound Knowledge </p> <p>Have you ever wondered how a jazz piece is held together? About the role music can play in social justice, patriotic fervour, or trauma survival? About the relation between high-level musical performance and rehabilitation? Why the action of that last opera production you saw seemed so incomprehensible? Find the answer to these questions at <em>Sound Knowledge</em>, a new 6-part lecture series by leading members of the Faculty of Music. (Pictured: Professor Robin Elliott presenting <em>Sing me a song of Canada!</em> Sep 12) </p>

80 Queen's Park
Edward Johnson Building
Toronto ON M5S 2C5
Canada

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