Part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the
future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities.
This event is part of the Innovation Provocation: Transnational Avant-Gardes Season
Monday 29th August 2022
Holywell Music Room, Oxford
2pm - 4pm
Tickets £10/£5 concessions: Book tickets here
Join Professor John Covach (Eastman School of Music) and Rick Wakeman CBE for an ‘illustrated’ conversation covering Wakeman’s half-century recording career, from his early work as a session musician on recordings by David Bowie, Elton John, Cat Stevens, and T. Rex, through his genre-defining performances with Yes, and across his extended and varied solo career. This event is open to the public and will also form the closing event for the fifth biennial conference of the Progect Network for the Study of Progressive Music.
This event is organised by Sarah Hill (Associate Professor of Popular Music) and is part of the Innovation Provocation: Transnational Avant-Gardes Season in the Humanities Cultural Programme at TORCH.