A FREE, one-day networking and knowledge exchange event exploring issues surrounding period music in historic properties: history, research and interpretation.
This event will be of interest to anyone involved in interdisciplinary cultural heritage research and interpretation, particularly those concerned with curating, archiving, conserving, researching, interpreting, performing and programming period music and dance in or connected with historic properties. A key part of the symposium will be the afternoon discussion session.
09.30: Welcome and refreshment
10.00: Opening by Professor Tom Lodge, Dean, Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Limerick, and Introduction by Dr Karol Mullaney-Dignam, symposium convenor
10.30: Research Presentations
Musical soundscapes in the country house by Professor Jeanice Brooks (University of Southampton/International Sound Heritage Network)
Domestic dance music as a source for narrative interpretation in historic houses by Dr Katrina Faulds (University of Southampton/International Sound Heritage Network)
13.00: LUNCH and networking
14.00: Sounding Our Heritage: discussion forum chaired by Professor Jonathan Wainwright (University of York)
17.00: Closing remarks followed by Dinner (Optional | Select the appropriate ticket option)
More information at: https://soundheritageireland.wordpress.com/
Hosted by the Department of History and the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, UL, and generously supported by the Irish Research Council (New Foundations Award).