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ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS A. Glauert (2013). "Do you know the land?” Unfolding the secrets of the lyric in performance. Music Performance Research 6: 68-96. A. Glauert (2013). "Interpreting texts as scripts: the lyric model." Swedish Journal of Musicology/Svensk Tidskrift foer Musikforskning 95. A. Glauert, & Whitney, K. (forthcoming). “Performing Goethe’s poetry; performing Schubert’s song." Journal of the Schubert Institute K. Whitney (forthcoming). "Following performance across the research frontier", in M. Dogantan-Dack (Ed.), Artistic Practice as Research in Music: Theory, Criticism, Practice. Farnham: Ashgate. REPORTS K. Whitney (2011). 2011 Study day report. Report [PDF]. Second Annual Meeting of the SongArt Performance Research Group. K. Whitney (2010). IMR 2010 Study Day Report. Report [PDF]. First Meeting of the SongArt Performance Research Group. ONLINE OUTPUT The SongArt Performance Research Channel: SongArtVideoSpace The website of The Dichterliebe Project The website of The Winterreise Project The Winterreise Project YouTube Channel CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, PERFORMANCE PROJECTS, & PUBLIC EVENTS 2016 February-March, Septemberr 2016: THE DICHTERLIEBE PROJECT (Reflective Performance Project). Victoria Conservatory of Music, Canada. Artistic Director: Kathryn Whitney. Director of Collaborative Piano: Anna Cal. An experimental song performance project for amateur pianists and singers aged 30 and older (actual ages: 32-87). Students worked in pianist-singer duos for two months, receiving professional level coaching in the form of solo and duo lessons, masterclasses, workshops, and lecture-recitals. At the end of the course, the students presented a joint performance of the 20-song version of Schumann’s song cycle Dichterliebe. Follow this link to transfer to the website of The Dichterliebe Project. This project was kindly supported in part by the Victoria Conservatory of Music and the NRS Foundation. 2015 26 & 27 June 2015: SONGART SYMPOSIUM (PUBLIC EVENT). Royal Central School of Music & Drama, London. What is distinctive about lyric performance? Convenors: Paul Barker, Amanda Glauert. Keynote address: opera and musical director Jo Davies. A celebration and exploration of lyric through performance and debate, involving singers, poets, composers, instrumentalists, directors and academics. The research questions include, but are not limited to, embodiment, liveness, relationships between words and music, relationships between the dramatic and the lyric, and the application of lyric beyond song. With a Keynote Address by opera and musical director Jo Davies, which itself will be a practice as research demonstration and performance, the two days will comprise performances across many genres and styles of music which seek to address the central question from different perspectives through practice as research. March-May 2015: THE WINTERREISE PROJECT (Reflective Performance Project). Victoria Conservatory of Music, Canada. Artistic Director: Kathryn Whitney. Director of Collaborative Piano: Anna Cal. An experimental song performance project for amateur pianists and singers aged 30 and older (actual ages: 31-86). Students worked in pianist-singer duos for two months, receiving professional level coaching in the form of solo and duo lessons, masterclasses, workshops, and lecture-recitals. At the end of the course, the students presented a joint performance of Schubert’s song cycle Winterreise. Follow this link to transfer to the website of The Winterreise Project. 2014 8 June 2014: SONG STUDY DAY (PUBLIC EVENT). Royal College of Music, London (West Parry Rooms). Singing from the Piano: a symposium examining how pianists interpret text and the piano in song performance. Presenters: Amanda Glauert, Kathryn Whitney, Paul Barker, Sarah Leonard, Cerys Jones, Imma Setiadi, Libby Burgess, Carris Jones, Andrew Matthews-Owen, Tim Watts. Public event. 2013: 8 July 2013. WORKSHOP: ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON. The Lyric Dialogues of Mignon: A workshop exploring creative intersections between singers, instrumentalists, actors, and directors in live performance. In association with the Royal Central School for Speech and Drama, London, and the Institute of Musical Research, School of Advanced Study, London. 2012: 10 JULY 2012. WORKSHOP: KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON. Song Performance Workshop 3: "The Mechanism of Liveness: audience expressivity and the shaping of musical content in live vs. video recorded song performance." Part of the project: Shaping Liveness in Song Performance: exploring the performer-audience paradigm. A series of experimental song performance workshops in association with the AHRC Centre for Music Performance as Creative Practice and King's College, London. Presenter: Kathryn Whitney (Visiting Fellow [2012], CMPCP), with Gavin Roberts, piano. 26 JUNE 2012. WORKSHOP: KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON. Song Performance Workshop 2: "The Morphology of Liveness: performer-audience interaction in live vs. video recorded song performance." Part of the project: Shaping Liveness in Song Performance: exploring the performer-audience paradigm. A series of experimental song performance workshops in association with the AHRC Centre for Music Performance as Creative Practice and King's College, London. Presenter: Kathryn Whitney (Visiting Fellow [2012], CMPCP), with Gavin Roberts, piano. 21 June 2012: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: INSTITUTE OF MUSICAL RESEARCH, LONDON. "Lyric Song in Idea and Performance". Research questions: "What is the lyric and how do we make it?". A cross-disciplinary performance-led workshop on instances of the lyric, its creation and invocation, in song performance in concert. Organiser: Kathryn Whitney. Keynote: Amanda Glauert. 12 JUNE 2012. WORKSHOP: KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON. Song Performance Workshop 1: Shaping Liveness in Song Performance in Concert: a performer-audience paradigm. Part of the project: Shaping Liveness in Song Performance: exploring the performer-audience paradigm. A series of experimental song performance workshops in association with the AHRC Centre for Music Performance as Creative Practice and King's College, London. Presenter: Kathryn Whitney (Visiting Fellow [2012], CMPCP), with Chris Hopkins, piano. 2011: 13 May 2010. STUDY DAY: INSTITUTE OF MUSICAL RESEARCH, LONDON. Inside Song Performance: Mapping the Interior of the Performative Act. Organisers: Kathryn Whitney & Amanda Glauert. Sponsored by the Royal Musical Association and the Institute of Musical Research. Speakers and performers: Kathryn Whitney (singer, IMR), Amanda Glauert (musicologist, Royal College of Music), Fiona Sampson (poet, author "Music Lessons"), Helen Abbott (literature specialist, Bangor University), Sholto Kynoch (pianist, Artistic Director, Oxford Lieder Festival), Jane Boston (actress, voice specialist, Central School of Speech and Drama, RADA), Paul Alan Barker (composer, director of Music Theatre, Central School of Speech and Drama). 2010: 18 May 2010. STUDY DAY: INSTITUTE OF MUSICAL RESEARCH, LONDON. Performativity, Poetry, Creation: investigating the creative space of live art song performance. Convened by Amanda Glauert & Kathryn Whitney. Speakers and performers: John Irving (IMR), Amanda Glauert (Kingston), Kathryn Whitney (IMR, RWCMD), Norbert Meyn (Lieder Theatre London), Stephen Coombs, pianist, Sophie Fuller (Trinity Laban), April Fredrick (RAM), Briony Wiliams (RAM). 14 May 2010. RESEARCH DAY: KINGSTON UNIVERSITY, LONDON. Creating the Lyric: Music and Poetry Dialogues. Convened by Amanda Glauert (Kingston) and Fiona Sampson (Poet in Residence, Kingston University) Speakers and performers: Amanda Glauert (Kingston); Fiona Sampson (Kingston); Jane Manning (Kingston); April Fredrick (RAM); Norbert Meyn (Lieder Theatre London); Kathryn Whitney (Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama/ Institute of Musical Research) PAPERS, LECTURES, LECTURE-RECITALS 2013 A. Glauert & Setiadi, M (Lecture-demonstration): "Listener enactments in song without a singer". International Symposium for Performance Science. Vienna. August 2013. K. Whitney (Lecture-recital): "Singing in duet with the listener's voice". Canadian University Music Society Conference, University of Victoria, Canada. 6 June 2013. K. Whitney (Lecture-recital): "Singing in duet with the listener's voice". Performance Studies Network Conference, University of Cambridge. With Gavin Roberts, piano. 5 April 2013. 2012 A. Glauert, & Whitney, K. (Lecture-demonstration): "Performing Goethe's poetry; performing Schubert's song". 20th Anniversary of the Schubert Institute, Special Goethe and Schubert Study Day. With Sholto Kynoch, piano. 19 November 2012. K. Whitney (Lecture-recital): "Singing in duet with the listener’s voice: a dynamic model of the joint shaping of musical content in live concert performance." CMPCP Music & Shape Conference, Senate House, London. With Chris Hopkins, piano. 13 July 2012. A. Glauert (Lecture): "Do you know the land? Wolf's performing and composing of Mignon's lyric chain". Institute of Musical Research & Centre for Music Performance as Creative Practice Performance Research Seminar. Senate House, London. 11 June 2012. K. Whitney (Lecture-recital): "Aesthetic transfer in live performance". 2012 Conference of the Royal Musical Association: Love to Death: Transforming Opera. Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. With Caradog Williams, piano. 2 June 2012. K. Whitney (Lecture-recital): "'Liveness': a quality, a platform, an essential creative space in notated music". Institute of Musical Research & Centre for Music Performance as Creative Practice Performance Research Seminar. Senate House, London. With Sholto Kynoch, piano. 21 May 2012. 2011 K. Whitney (Paper): "Inside song performance: mapping the interior of the performative act". Annual Conference of the Canadian University Music Society. Mount Allison University, New Brunswick. With David Rogosin, piano. 4 June 2011. K. Whitney (Lecture-recital): "What kind of thing is liveness?: preliminary answers from the interior of an operatic voice." Conference of the Royal Musical Association Music & Philosophy Research Group. King's College, London. With Edwige Herchenroder, piano. 1 July 2011. K. Whitney (Lecture-recital): "What kind of thing is liveness?: preliminary answers from the interior of an operatic voice." PERFORMA International Performance Studied Conference. University of Aveiro, Portugal. With Helena Marino, piano. 20 May 2011. K. Whitney (lecture-demonstration): "Is (art song) performance creative? Conflicting perspectives from the interior of the performative act." Faculty Research Colloquium. University of Bristol. 22 March 2011. 2010 K. Whitney (Paper): "Performativity, poetry and creation: in search of a language of live art song performance." Annual Conference of the Canadian University Music Society. University of Regina. 4 June 2010. #