© EDMUND HUNT 2020

EDMUND HUNT

TEACHING

At Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University, I am module leader of Music Technology Contexts. This is a 1-year course for masters students. Students submit a 3000-word essay for assessent at the end of the course. Key areas covered during the module include:

 

- the origins and development of electroacoustic music

- music as process

- voice and body in electroacoustic music

- the development of live electronics

- installations and sound art

- live interfaces

- composing with space

MUSIC TECHNOLOGY CONTEXTS

Recent lectures and workshops for undergraduate and postgraduate students at Birmingham City University have included subjects such as:

- practice-based research

- writing a funding application

- postdoctoral pathways

LECTURES AND WORKSHOPS

Case Study – Ancient Texts and Contemporary Music, Anton Bruckner Private University, Linz, Austria, January 21 2020.

 

Ancient Texts, Contemporay Music, Department of Music, Maynooth University, October 16 2019.

INVITED LECTURES AND SEMINARS

In addition to a PGDE in Secondary Music (for students age 11–18), I am an Associate Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.

TEACHING QUALIFICATIONS