We are delighted to share the programme of second annual symposium of the LGBTQ+ Music Study Groups, in association with the Royal Musical Association (RMA), the British Forum for Ethnomusicology (BFE), and the Society for Musicology in Ireland (SMI).
Highlights include a keynote lecture by Liam Lillis Ó Laoire (NUI Galway), 'Thinking about Race with Traditional Irish Song' and a panel on, 'Music, LGBTQ+ Identities, Ethnicities and Nationalism in Ireland' featuring guests from Dublin's Blackfish Collective, a collective hailing from a range of different African countries, including Nigeria, Angola and Zimbabwe, formed with the purpose of encouraging freedom and individuality through creativity.
Public welcome to attend.
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This event is part of Maynooth Week 2018. In June 2017 Maynooth University celebrated the 20th anniversary of its founding as an independent university. Maynooth Week 2018 is part of a year-long series of programmes and activities marking this milestone.