This is the programme of events for the WORD EVENT symposium. Please note the relatively early start.

9.30 registration
10.00 paper session 1 Dr John Hails (Napier University) ‘That was great, but it wasn’t Stockhausen’ (Martyn Harry, following performance of ‘Richtige Dauern’ and ‘Intensität’ from Stockhausen Aus den Sieben Tagen in June 2007)
Lauren Redhead (University of Leeds) Putting the Score in its Place: Performing Verbal Notation in Locational Context
Alexis Porfiriadis (Bath Spa University, U.K.) and Dr Danae Stefanou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece) The eventfulness of unheard thoughts: Words of Nothing for piano player(s) [2010]
11.30 coffee
11.45 keynote speaker Dr. Jennifer Walshe (Brunel University)
12.30 lunch
1.15 lunchtime concert Angharad Davies, John Lely, Tim Parkinson, James Saunders
2.00 paper session 2 Dr. Richard Glover (University of Huddersfield) Pitch specificity in text scores
Dr Scott Mc Laughlin (University of Huddersfield) Framing, Filtering: Interpretation and Prescription in the Scores of Manfred Werder
Jef Chippewa New Music Notation — Score Design, Function and Role:
Deciphering the degree of precision intended by the composer of a “text score”
3.30 lunch
2.00 paper session 3 Dr Nicholas Melia ‘I am Sitting on a Bench’: Manfred Werder’s Efficacy
Dr Sam Mirelman (SOAS) Syllable and Word Notation in Asian Music: A Composer’s Perspective
Joseph Kudirka (University of Huddersfield) This One’s for the Cats
5.15 close

All sessions take place in the Barn at Corsham Court.