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RIAM Amplify Research Day 2023

Thursday, 2 March 2023

Lecture Hall, RIAM 

Programme may be subject to change

09.45-09.50: Welcome and Introduction

09.50-10.05: Brian Murphy (DMusPerf), Voice change in adolescent boys: John Cooksey’s contribution to knowledge

10.05-10.20: Martina Rosaria O'Connell (MMus), Centenary celebration: Mel Bonis’s Violin Sonata in F Sharp Minor reimagined for the flute

10.20-10.35: Lanyi Yan (MMus), Development of Chinese art songs, exampled with ancient poetic songs

10.35-10.50: Abigail LaDuke (MMus), “In the deep woods she waits for you.” Analyzing gender performance in Dale Trumbore’s Snow White Turns Sixty

10.50-11.00: Grace Hyun-Sun Park (DMusPerf), Keep pushing on the edges of what is considered music: relevance of John Cage’s sound

11.00-11.30: Tea & Coffee

11.30-11.45: Róisín O'Grady (DMusPerf), The lute books of Trinity College, Dublin: an introduction to the Dallis and Ballet Lute Books

11.45-12.00: Laoise McMullin (MMus), Classical music on Spotify: how streaming service algorithms could be utilised in the concert hall

12.00-12.15: Anastasia Sereda (MMus), Eyes tucked away inside my ears

12.15-12.40: Prof Colma Brioscú, Piano Miniatures of Robert Schumann

12.40-12.50: Dr Lynsey Callaghan, FARM (Fostering Artistic Research in Music): an Erasmus project

13.00-14.00: Lunch (Not provided)

14.00-14.25: Jessica Harris & Kim Fallen-Bailey, Inclumusic: a European-wide inclusive higher music education initiative

14.25-14.40: Ensheng Chen (MMus), Research on the characteristics of cello performance in the early period of Romanticism

14.40-14.55: Emma Power (MMus), Non-binary / gender-fluid representations in the music of Achilles in Scirro

14.55-15.10: Qianyi Jin (MMus), Performance analysis of Kreisleriana

15.10-15.30: Comfort Break

15.30-15.55: Dr Sylvia O'Brien, Striking a balance: the relevance of autoethnographic research in the critical edition of Seóirse Bodley’s Ceathrúinti Ní Ógáin and the challenges inherent in presenting scores for the academic and the performer

15.55-16.05: Xiangyu Zhang (DMusPerf), A comparative study of Chinese and Western double-reed instruments, suona and oboe: a cross-cultural study

16.05-16.30: Dr Kevin O'Connell, Crunching the metrics: writing a piece based on rhythm and tempo

16.30-16.55: Sinéad Hayes, Baton and beyond: a look at conductor training in Europe and how this can be applied to a conductor training strategy in Ireland

16.55-17.00: Closing 

RIAM Online Guest Lecture Series 2022/23

23 November 2022: Adrian LeHarivel (National Gallery of Ireland), ‘Getting plucked: a guide to historic keyboard instruments’ 

7 December 2022: Dr John O’Flynn (Dublin City University), ‘Beyond Mise Éire: Appraising Irish Composers’ Involvement in Screen Productions, 1916-1994’ 

18 January 2023: Professor Alexander Rehding (Harvard University), ‘How Can Music Help with the Climate Crisis?' View on YouTube

All lectures take place at 1.00 pm on Wednesdays via Zoom 


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Previous Guest Lectures are available to view on the RIAM YouTube Channel.

RIAM Guest Lecture Playlist

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