Ms Jennifer Helen Hamilton
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- Other Journal Article Irish Journal of Academic Practice June 2015 ‘A planet where the muses work together’: Opera training as a vehicle for interdisciplinary engagement in higher education This publication gives an over-view of the benefits of opera training as a vehicle for interdisciplinary activity. The paper incorporates feedback from recent interviews with directors, teachers and performers working internationally. A section of that feedback includes reflections on examples of Interdisciplinary Study pre-Bologna Treaty.
- Book chapter “Henze at the Royal Northern College of Music – Conversations” (Edited Douglas Jarman. Jennifer Hamilton Contributor Nov 1998) Pub. Arc Publications ISBN – 10 1900072270 This publication, which was distributed following the 'Henze at the RNCM' Conference in Manchester 1998 features my conversations with Hans Werner Henze whose opera Pollicino I directed and was subsequently one of my submissions in the Research Assessment Exercise for the Higher Education Finding Council of England in 2001 http://www.rae.ac.uk/2001/submissions/Ra1.asp?Route=1&HESAInst=H-0035&UoA=67&MSub=Z&Id=183351&MinId=183336&MaxId=183367 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Henze-Royal-Northern-College-Music/dp/1900072270/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1430377852&sr=1-3&keywords=Henze+Douglas+Jarman
- Other Research Funding Submissions for the Royal Northern College of Music to the Higher Education Funding Council of England, 2001 Research Assessment Exercise Abstracts published for opera productions in 1995, 1998, 1999 and 2000 These four abstracts referred to four of my opera productions at the RNCM which contained significant elements of innovation. Link: : http://www.rae.ac.uk/2001/submissions/Ra1.asp?Route=1&HESAInst=H-0035&UoA=67&MSub=Z&Id=183351&MinId=183336&MaxId=183367
- Conference Presentation:‘The Paris Collection’: Reflections on an inter-disciplinary performance project: This My paper and presentation was accepted for inclusion at the Higher Education in Transformation, Canada/Ireland Symposium conference in Dublin Castle. I presented an evaluation of interdisciplinary study, using as case-study ‘The Paris Collection’, an opera production which I directed and which was presented at the National Concert Hall in January 2014. The original project was performed by DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama students and designed by students from DIT Dublin School of Creative Arts and the collaborative element of the project was the main theme of my paper and presentation. Whilst I composed and presented both the paper and presentation, I also cited my colleague Barry Sheehan as co-author as he had collaborated on the original project and had also provided much of the photographic material which constituted an important component of the presentation. Paper: ‘The Paris Collection: Reflections on an inter-disciplinary performance project Link: http://www.highereducationintransformation.com/
- Conference Society for Musicology in Ireland Conference, National University of Ireland, Maynooth 21st June 2013 Presentation of paper: Hamilton, Jennifer: An Investigation of the Ethos and Teaching of Frederic Cox This presentation focused on specific elements resulting from my research for my MMus dissertation. This dealt primarily with Cox’s Italian/English vocal exercises and their usefulness for non-native-English speaking students of singing. The presentation included ‘live’ vocal demonstrations, performed by DIT Conservatoire student Lawrence Thackeray.
- Performance Strozzi! – A pasticchio devised and written by Jennifer Hamilton about the life of 17th Century Composer Barbara Strozzi. Music by Barbara Strozzi Dialogue by Jennifer Hamilton Music arranged by Harry Sever Premiered at Blackheath Hall 7th, 8th and 9th July 2022 Performed by Trinity Laban students Stage Director Jennifer Hamilton Music Director Harry Sever