Council Dining Room at Nottingham University
Wadham Emeritus Fellow, Eric Clarke speaks on “Musical Entanglements”, his specialist area being the psychology of music and performance. His talk will be accompanied by audio and visual images. Part of an annual dinner hosted by the Oxford University Society Nottingham Branch. Oxford alumni only.
From the event organisers:
"For our Annual Dinner (the first in three years) we are returning to the splendid Council Dining Room at Nottingham University. As usual this is a black tie (or equivalent dress) event, with the reception at 7.00pm and dinner served at 7.30pm. Free car parking is available adjacent to the Trent Building. The cost is £35 per head and the booking form is attached. The University does cater for special dietary requirements (these should be shown on the booking form). Please feel free to invite guests in your party; they and members of the Cambridge Society will be most welcome. There is a deadline for bookings of 21st February.
We welcome as our guest and speaker Professor Eric Clarke FBA, the Emeritus Professor of Music and Fellow of Wadham College, who will address us on “Musical Entanglements”, his specialist area being the psychology of music and performance. His talk will be accompanied by audio and visual images which should create an interesting and entertaining evening."