RMA Study Day: Picturing Performance
Cambridge, November 1998
ROYAL MUSICAL ASSOCIATION STUDY DAY PICTURING PERFORMANCE: MUSIC AS SYMBOLIC IMAGE Lecture Room 2 Faculty of Music University of Cambridge 11 West Road, Cambridge 21 November 1998 9.30 - 5.30Royal Musical Association Study Day on Music Iconography with the support of the British Academy and the Music & Letters Trust Speakers: Naomi Joy Barker, Newcastle University "Diverse Passions": Mode, Interval and Affect in Poussin's Paintings Zdravko Blazekovic, City University of New York From Dramma in Musica to Dramma in Pittura. Roy Thomas's and Gil Kane's comic strip of the Ring der Nibelungen Ann Buckley, University of Cambridge The rôle of visual media in musicological research: issues, problems and possibilities Franca Camiz, Trinity College, Rome Campus Picturing music in 16th- and 17th-century Italy: an art historian's approach Alessandra Iyer, Wolfson College, Oxford Iconography of dance karana-s in South and Southeast Asia Hélène La Rue, University of Oxford Cymbala: the image of Music No booking required. Enquiries to the organiser: Dr Ann Buckley RIdIM UK Faculty of Music University of Cambridge 11 West Road Cambridge CB3 9DP UK Tel.: +44-1223-360938 (direct line) Fax: +44-1223-740299 (direct line) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org PLEASE NOTE: This is not the final order of the programme. The first session begins at 10.00 a.m. with coffee from 9.30. The AGM of the Royal Musical Association will follow the final session of the Study Day after which there will be a wine reception at 6.00 p.m.