Concert Life in 19th-Century London
Database and Research Project

Dissemination and Outcomes

Dr Ann Royle

With Christina Bashford and Rachel Cowgill, ‘Towards a History of London Concerts: introducing the Concert Life in Nineteenth-Century London database project’, Research Seminar, University of Leeds, 2001, and Royal Musical Association Research Students’ Conference, Royal College of Music, 2002

With Rachel Cowgill (delivered by Ann Royle), ‘“A Duke of Wellington amongst us”: the changing role and public persona of the conductor in early nineteenth-century London concert life’, Aspects of the British Musical Renaissance Study Day IX: English Music, Concert Life, and Theatre, 1830-1960, University of Birmingham, 2003, and 4th Biennial International Conference on Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain, University of Leeds, 2003.

Sir Henry Rowley Bishop as musician and educator: a reassessment of his career and achievements outside the theatre (unpublished dissertation, PhD, University of Leeds, 2005).

Drawing of a concert in aid of the new Royal College of Music. Illustrated London News, 23 December 1882

Contact Details:
Professor Rachel Cowgill