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Institute of Musical Research (IMR)

 Contact details
Contact personProf John Irving
Director of The Institute of Musical Res 
StreetSenate House, Malet Street 
Address WC1E 7HU - LONDON (United Kingdom) 
Phone+44 (0)207 664 4866 
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)1-10 
Organisation TypeResearch Organisation 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» Performing arts

 Brief description of your activity focus
Music history and performance practice; Mozart; keyboard music; eighteenth century

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
Director of the Institute of Musical Research.
I am a musicologist and performer on the fortepiano. I have written several books on the instrumental music of Mozart. I am a specialist in period-instrument performance practice.
 Research Activities

 International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
The Institute of Musical Research exists to facilitate research in music of all traditions and eras, and to support freelance and affiliated scholars alike.

RILM: Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale
Inputting of titles and abstracts for RILM-UK has been funded by the IMR since May 2008, supporting the established team working at the University of Nottingham. This work ensures that the UKs output in all aspects of musical research is entered into the international database run from New York. If you have material to submit to RILM-UK, click on the link for more information.

PRIMO: Practice as Research in Music Online
This online archive provides a national resource of practice-based research in music. It is an open-access repository of audio, video, image and text files for the purposes of research, study and teaching and was developed in 2007-9 with funding from the JISC Repository Start-Up and Enhancement Scheme. We ask new users to register on the site before accessing audio-visual materials.

DeNOTE: Centre for Eighteenth-Century Performance Practice
DeNOTE (launched in October 2010 with funding from the School of Advanced Study) will offer a series of seminars, recitals, lecture-recitals and workshops at the IMR and regionally along with (eventually) an associated web resource to practitioner-researchers in eighteenth-century performance practice.

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