1:00PM - 2:00PM
Old McMordie Hall
Free – all are welcome
Dr. Jessica Aszodi
Utilizing examples from staged works by Aszodi, Liza Lim and Jennifer Walshe, this performative lecture will discuss some ways in which identity and gender affect decision-making in music performance, linking theories of musical identity and identification to practice-based research. The presentation will especially emphasize how those decisions interact with representations of violence, objectification and female bodies, speaking from the vantage-point of a performer trained in the Western-operatic tradition within the relatively recent phenomenon of professional environments where significant proportion of empowered creative protagonists are female.
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