Digital Humanities

DH2010

King's College London, 3rd - 6th July 2010

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Lads in Their Hundreds

Lads in Their Hundreds : Iain Burnside and Guildhall School of Music & Drama

Lads in Their Hundreds is a reflection on war in music and poetry, devised by Iain Burnside, who is a pianist, broadcaster and teacher at Guildhall School of Music & Drama.  Lads in Their Hundreds was created for the students of the Guildhall School, receiving its first performances in 2009, then revised for further performances in 2010.  These performances were filmed, as were all the rehearsals and interviews with the creator/director, producer, designer, performers.

Extracts from the filmed materials will be shown during the 'performance' element of DH2010's opening session on Wed 7 July, and used as illustrations in a conversation about performance and research.  This conversation will be chaired by Professor Barry Ife, Principal of the Guildhall School, and will include Iain Burnside himself, and also the film-maker Cordelia Donohoe and one of the performers, Anna Livermore.

For information on a Guildhall School production current during the conference, look at the Curtains page.

About the Guildhall School of Music & Drama

The Guildhall School of Music & Drama is one of the world’s leading conservatoires and drama schools. It trains and educates outstanding young professional musicians, actors and theatre technicians to the highest international standards and prepares them for careers in the performing arts. It also has a long and distinguished record of making music accessible to young people from a variety of backgrounds. Through Junior Guildhall, Guildhall Connect and the Centre for Young Musicians (CYM), the Guildhall School is now the largest provider of specialist music education in the UK, from primary school age to doctoral level.

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