Dr Daniel Grimley

Dr Daniel Grimley is a University lecturer, Fellow and Tutor at Merton College, University of Oxford. Dr Grimley's research is principally concerned with the analysis of music and landscape, with particular reference to Scandinavian music (Grieg, Sibelius and Nielsen) and early twentieth-century English music (including Elgar and Vaughan Williams). Dan has taught at the Universities of Surrey (2000-2002) and Nottingham (2002-9), before which he was Centenary Research Fellow at Selwyn College, Cambridge.

He has spoken widely at conferences in the USA, Australia, Canada and Europe, and convened meetings on Nielsen (2001), Elgar (2002), and co-convened (with Sarah Hibberd) the Annual Meeting of the Royal Musical Association at Nottingham in 2006. He is one of the editors of the leading peer-review journal Music & Letters (Oxford University Press) with particular responsibility for reviews.

Recent Past Lectures
WATCHED
Part of a conference

Part Three: 'A Far Country: Elgar, Proust and Modernity at the fin de siecle'

Dr Daniel Grimley
Friday, 14 December 2007 - 12:00PM