Friday, September 24: Alan Thrasher (Professor Emeritus of Ethnomusicology, UBC), “Qupai: The Heart of Traditional Chinese Music”
Friday, October 22: Edward Gollin (Associate Professor of Music, Williams College), “Bartók's Hexatonic Strategies”
Friday, October 29: Mathias Lehn (GERHICO-CERHILIM, Université de Poitiers), "A Historical Survey of Shakespearean Opera"
Friday, November 19: Michael Tenzer (Professor of Ethnomusicology, UBC), “Generalized Representations of Musical Time Categories”
Friday, November 26: Tyler Kinnear (UBC Musicology), “Voicing Nature in John Luther Adams' The Place Where You Go to Listen”
Friday, February 4: Drew Edward Davies (Assistant Professor of Musicology, Northwestern University), “Building a Repertoire for the Mexican Virgin of Guadalupe, 1690-1730”
Friday, February 25: Maisie Sum (Ph.D. candidate in Ethnomusicology, UBC), “Modeling Sound in Gnawa Music: A Paradigmatic Approach to Contour, Pitch and Durational Analysis”
Friday, March 4: Pirkko Moisala (Professor of Music, University of Helsinki), “Contemporary Philosophy as an Inspiration for Music Research: Irigarayan Interpretations of Kaija Saariaho’s Music and Deleuzian Approaches to Finland-Swedish Music Culture”
Friday, March 11: Áine Heneghan (Assistant Professor of Music Theory, University of Washington), “Motivicization and Schoenbergian Semantics”
Friday, March 18: Stephen McClatchie (Provost and Vice-President [Academic and Research] & Professor of Music History, Mount Allison University), "The Wagnerian Roots of Mahler's Eighth Symphony"
Friday, March 25: Jennifer Paulson (Ph.D. candidate in Musicology, UBC), "Mechanisms of Musical Humour in Emmanuel Chabrier's Comic Operas: From the "Chanson de l'homme armé" to Le Roi malgré lui"
Friday, April 1: Michael Gallope (PhD candidate in Musicology, NYU), "Flexible Recollection, Inflexible Resistance, and the Structure of Adorno's Musical Axioms."