Musical Borrowing: Sources of Creativity

Mark Dyer is a composer currently undertaking a PhD at the Royal Northern College of Music. As part of his practice-led research, Mark seeks to compose ‘musical ruins’: borrowed musical material subjected to destructive compositional techniques that might establish a listener experience analogous to visiting an architectural ruin. Through his practice, Mark hopes to explore … Continue reading Musical Borrowing: Sources of Creativity

Building Bridges: Organising a Conference with the Help of the Cohort Development Fund

Elaine Sanderson is a second year NWCDTP funded PhD student at University of Liverpool. Some of her research interests include: Latin Literature, Latin Imperial Epic (particularly Lucan and Valerius Flaccus), Ancient Rhetoric and Greek Tragedy. Follow Elaine on Twitter at: @ElainaM42, or send her an email: e.c.sanderson@liverpool.ac.uk.    As NWCDTP students, we are frequently encouraged to … Continue reading Building Bridges: Organising a Conference with the Help of the Cohort Development Fund