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The Graduate Workshop in Ancient Greek & Roman Music - 29/06/2018, Oxford (England)




FECHA/DATE/DATA: 29/06/2018


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford (Oxford, England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Harry Morgan (DPhil candidate at St Cross College, University of Oxford); Spencer Klavan (DPhil candidate at Magdalen College, University of Oxford); James Lloyd (PhD candidate at University of Reading)

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INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: Gratis/free/gratuito  Deadline: 25/05/2018


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Lunch and refreshments will be provided




9.30-10.00 Registration


10.00-10.15         Opening Remarks (Conference organisers)


10.15-11.00          Keynote Lecture: Professor Armand D’Angour (Jesus College, Oxford)

The Orestes Fragment and Tonality in Ancient Greek Music


11.00-11.30           Coffee break


11.30-13.00      Panel 1: Music between Theory and Practice

(Chair: Dr Tosca Lynch, Jesus College, Oxford)


Alexander Wilson (Merton College, Oxford)

Music and Ethnicity in Pindar’s Epinicians


Andrea Granvillano (University of Bologna)

Plutarch and the Concord Emmeles


Thyra-Lilja Altunin (University of Pittsburgh)

Homeric Performance and the Scholia


13.00-14.00        Lunch break


14.00-15.30      Panel 2: Music and Drama

(Chair: Prof. Felix Budelmann, Magdalen College, Oxford)


Emmanuel Aprilakis (Rutgers University)

Athena’s Θεσμός: sound, assonance, and speech acts in Eumenides 566-73


Sophie Chavarria (University of Kent)

Re-evaluating the Status of Female Performers in Late Republican Rome: power, prestige and star-actresses


Giovanna Casali (University of Bologna)

Re-use and Reproduction of Ancient Greek Music in Modern Dramas: the collaboration between Ettore Romagnoli and Giuseppe Mulè


15.30-16.00            Coffee break


16.00-17.15      Panel 3: Music in Ritual and Religion

(Chair: Prof. Scott Scullion, Worcester College, Oxford)


Paola Budano (University of Catania)

Dancers in the Addaura Cave


Ella Kirsh (Brown University)

Et Bene Mihi Erat cum Eis: the place of music in late antique life-writing


17.15-18.15           Drinks reception



The organisers are grateful for support from Magdalen College, Oxford, and the MOISA society.



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