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New research in Gender and Music
Room AG09, City University. All welcome
Session 1: 2.15pm-3.40pm. Gender and music research at City, University of London
Chair: Laudan Nooshin
This panel showcases current and recent research into gender and music at City, historical and contemporary, in the UK and abroad.
Performing samba in Beirut: citizenship, precarity and the Lebanese state
The Serious Need for All-Female Bands: A Comparative Study of Female Musicians' Experiences in London Jazz venues and Corporate Settings
Pioneer Violin Virtuose: Transcending Limitations
Session 2: 4pm-5.30pm. Book launch: ‘Class, control, and classical music’ – Anna Bull (Oxford University Press, 2019)
This newly published book draws on an ethnographic study of young people playing in classical music ensembles in the south of England to explore class and gender identities and inequalities within this scene. This session will include responses to the book from four speakers, followed by questions and answers with the author and panellists.
Chair: Anahid Kassabian (Board Member and Lead Programmer, Liverpool Arab Arts Festival)
Geoff Baker (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Christina Scharff (King’s College London)
Francesca Christmas (Trinity College London)
Anamik Saha (Goldsmiths, University of London)
5.30-6.30pm – wine reception
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2.15pm - 5.30pmFriday 22nd November 2019