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26th October, 2012

Guildhall ResearchWorks – Movers and Shakers: Should audiences at classical concerts respond to music by moving

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26th October, 2012
Lecture Recital Room, Guildhall School of Music & Drama
Free, but booking required

Should audiences at classical concerts respond to music by moving?

Some audience members describe attending classical music concerts as a stifling and inhibiting experience by contrast with other types of music. Is there a way of creating space at classical concerts for audience members to move during the performance? Researchers John Sloboda and Melissa Dobson join with conductors John Landor and Christopher Gayford to present research findings and reflections on a pilot classical music movement workshop, and open up a debate about audience behaviour at classical concerts.

For more information please visit the Guildhall School of Music & Drama website.

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