Professor Robert Kronenburg
Roscoe Chair of Architecture, University of Liverpool
Robert is an architect and Roscoe Chair of Architecture at Liverpool School of Architecture with interests in and expertise on innovative forms of architectural design, film and popular music. His presentation at the Melbourne Music Symposium the day before Face The Music will focus on Sound Cities: Popular Music Performance as a Catalyst for Urban Change and include a case study on Liverpool as a music city. His sole author books include Live Architecture: Venues, Stages and Arenas for Popular Music and Flexible: Architecture that Responds to Change. His current project is The History of Popular Music Architecture.
Robert appears on the Face The Music 2015 session:
What makes a music city successful?