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Otago University hosting IASPM-ANZ 2007 Conference

Music On The Edge

The Music Department at Otago University is hosting the IASPM-ANZ 2007 Conference this year from Fri Nov 30 to Monday Dec 3.

The conference theme this year is Music On The Edge, and discussion papers and presentations include:

The edge of disciplines The edge of popular
The edges of society The cutting edge

The music department has also teamed up with local website to present a night of very special music. Friday 30 November sees a convergence of local talent for a special night of musical exploration

Performers include:

  • The Entropy Trio

  • The Tweeks

  • Nadia Reid

  • Martin Phillipps

  • Haunted Love

  • One Man Bannister

  • Sunley

  • Aaron Sharma

  • Molly Van Dijk

Dan Bendrups from the Music Department comments:
“We are excited to be hosting this conference here in Dunedin and are pleased to be able to give the international attendees as well as the public the opportunity to see what this city has to offer.”

Rob Milne of comments:
“It’s great to be working with the music department to present such an interesting slice of music from Dunedin. Being literally at the edge of the world makes us a unique and interesting place to live and it is often reflected in our music and arts.”

Friday Nov 30. 12 Below Bar Moray Place. Dunedin Doors open 8pm


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