Professor Stephen Walsh
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Stephen Walsh’s recent research has been mainly in connection with his two-volume Stravinsky biography. He is currently working on a study of composers’ working methods as revealed by their sketches and revisions, and also on a biography of the Russian kuchka, with particular emphasis on Mussorgsky.
Research Papers and Public Lectures
- US lecture tour to East Coast campuses (including an invited seminar at Juilliard School, New York, and invited paper at Stravinsky conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina), October/November 2012
- 'Proms Intro' on Stravinsky's Agon, Royal College of Music, BBC Proms, London, 28 August 2009
- 'Stravinsky and Les Noces', Bowdoin College, Maine, 7 May 2007
- 'Stravinsky and the Seasonal Cycle: Rituals of Renunciation and Renewal', 'Movimento et Volumina' Symposium, University of Salzburg, 28 April 2007
- 'Kurtag and Beckett: in the Beginning the Word', Institute of Musical Research, London University, 1 June 2006
- 'Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex, Enescu's Oedipe, and the Parisian stage of the 1920s', Oxford University, 26 October 2005
- Invited paper at 'Stravinsky/Cocteau/Oedipus: Myth, Music and Modernism' colloquium, Bristol University, 7 July 2004
- Pre-concert talks for St David's Hall, Cardiff, Aspen Festival, Colorado and Wye Valley Festival (2007)