I’ve just sent off the final version of my article for a forthcoming issue of Contemporary Music Review (vol. 32/5). Here’s the article abstract: Building an Instrument, Building an Instrumentalist: Helmut Lachenmann’s Serynade Abstract: In Helmut Lachenmann’s Serynade (1998, revised 2000), the solo piano is explored as a pianistic resource from which to build a new instrument and new … Continue reading Forthcoming Lachenmann article in Contemporary Music Review
Music and Philosophy 2013, King’s College London, 19th-20th July. The first day of the 3rd Annual Conference of the Royal Musical Association’s Music and Philosophy Study Group was, in the most part, very enjoyable and interesting (I was unable to make the second day due to a family commitment). There were some great formal presentations … Continue reading Conference review (first day only): Music and Philosophy 2013, King’s College London, 19th-20th July.