Past conferences 2016

Information on past conferences in 2016:

  1. Second Conference of the International Musicological Society – Regional Association for Latin America and the Caribbean (ARLAC/IMS), Santiago, Chile,12–16 January 2016
  2. Working in Music: the Musicians’ Union (MU), musical labour and employment, Glasgow, 14–15 January 2016
  3. SMI Postgraduate Conference 2016, Dublin, 15–16 January, 2016
  4. Liturgical Organ Music and Liturgical Organ Playing in the Long 19th Century, Helsinki, 20–22 January 2016
  5. III International Congress: Music and Audio-visual Culture MUCA, Murcia, Spain, 21–3 January 2016
  6. Collecting – Performing – Exploring. Dresden’s Eighteenth Century Court Music, Dresden, 21–3 January 2016
  7. Women and the Canon, Oxford, 22–23 January 2016
  8. Music, Composition, Interdisciplinarity: states of play, Oxford, 28 January 2016
  9. Revealing Medtner: Emerging research and Repertoire, London, 28–30 January 2016
  10. Musical Cartographies, Boston, MA, USA, 29–30 January 2016
  11. Pavel Haas Study Day, Cardiff, 30 January 2016
  12. IMR Study Day: Inter-War Avant-Garde Discourse across National and Disciplinary Borders, Cardiff, 31 January 2016
  13. British Forum for Ethnomusicology / Royal Musical Association Research Students Conference, Bangor, January 2016
  14. Performance, Subjectivity and Experimentation in Artistic Research, Ghent, 24–5 February 2016
  15. German Song Onstage 1770-1914, London, February 2016
  16. Virtuosity – An Interdisciplinary Symposium, Budapest, 3–6 March 2016
  17. OM: Orient in Music – Music of the Orient, Łódź, Poland, 10–11 March 2016
  18. iFIMPaC 2016, Leeds, 10–11 March 2016
  19. Workshop: Reconstructing Sixteenth-Century Polyphony (RECON 3), Newcastle, 11–13 March 2016
  20. Reconceiving Bartok’s Music – A Public Symposium, Leeds, 16 March 2016
  21. Porto International Conference on Musical Gesture as Creative Interface, Porto, 17–19 March 2016
  22. 2016 Fifth Annual Meeting of the Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA), Oberlin, OH, 20–23 March 2016
  23. Fifth Annual Meeting of the Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA) | The Compleat Keyboardist: harpsichord, fortepiano, organ, clavichord, continuo, Oberlin, Ohio, US, 21–3 March 2016
  24. ‘Indecent Musicology’ (NYU), New York, 26 March 2016
  25. Borders and definitions of music in the times of Isabella II, Madrid, 1–2 April 2016
  26. VIRTUAL WORKS – ACTUAL THINGS, Ghent, 4–6 April 2016
  27. XIIIth International Congress on Musical Signification (ICMS 13), Canterbury and London, 4–7 April 2016
  28. Choral practice, performance and pedagogy: real world applications of choral research, Sheffield, 8 April 2016
  29. Ludo2016 – Fifth Anniversary Conference on Video Game Music and Sound, Southampton, 8–10 April
  30. Motet cycles between devotion and liturgy, Basel, 8–9 April 2016
  31. MVSA Conference April 2016 – Victorian News: Print Culture and the Periodical Press, Columbia, MO, USA, 8–10 April 2016
  32. Study Day: Music Manuscripts and Their Afterlives, Newcastle, 9 April 2016
  33. Bodies of Art: Music, Literature, and Disability, Dallas, PA, USA, 9 April 2016
  34. British Forum for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference 2016, Chatham, 14–17 April 2016
  35. Alternative Histories of Electronic Music (AHEM), London, 15–16 April 2016
  36. 13th International Conference from the series “Musica Practica, Musica Theoretica” – Cultural Identity in the European Musical Tradition, Poznań, 19–20 April 2016
  37. Autopsie eines Gesamtkunstwerks: das Chorbuch der Münchner Jahrhunderthochzeit von 1568, Vienna, 21–23 April 2016
  38. Whose Cultural Legacy?: Polish Composers and Music History 1930–1945, Egham, 22 April 2016
  39. Operatic Immersions: Inaugural conference of the Northern Opera Research Network, Huddersfield and Leeds, 22–3 April 2016
  40. The 7th International Musicological Student Conference-Competition, Tblisi, 22–4 April 2016
  41. The Historical Pianist: A Conference-Festival, London, 22–4 April 2016
  42. Music in Ireland: 1916 and Beyond, Dublin, 22–4 April, 2016
  43. Talk about Scottish Music! Musica Scotica 2016, Stirling, 23–4 April 2016
  44. Performing Knowledge Conference, Cambridge, 25–6 April 2016
  45. Sargentology: New Perspectives on the Works of John Singer Sargent, York, 28–9 April 2016
  46. ‘Making the Impossible Possible’: The Feldenkrais Method in Music, Dance, Movement, and Creative Practice, London, 30 April 2016
  47. Musical Exchanges between Italy and Spain in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, Rome, 3–5 May 2016
  48. The Music of German Emigrants Outside Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries, Florianópolis, Brazil, 4–6 May 2016
  49. Music Science Today: the permanent and the changeable, Daugavpils, Latvia, 5–6 May 2016
  50. Mood – Aesthetic, Psychological and Philosophical Perspectives, Warwick, 6–7 May 2016
  51. ‘From the Istrian music treasury’: Music of the Adriatic – identity, influences and traditions, Novigrad, Croatia, 6–8 May 2016
  52. Fringes, outsides and undergrounds: The aesthetics and politics of unpopular music, London, 7 May 2016
  53. ‘Putting It Together’: Investigating Sources for Musical Theatre Research, Sheffield, 10-12 May 2016
  54. Symposium Transmission of Tunes and Tales, 12–13 May 2016
  55. Musicology at Kalamazoo (51st IMC), Kalamazoo, MI, USA, 12–15 May 2016
  56. Middle East and Central Asia Music Forum, London, 13 May 2016
  57. Solon Michaelides: Life, Work and Legacy, Nicosia, Cyprus, 14 May 2016
  58. ‘Ethnomusicology: History, Theory and Practice’ and The Third International Competition for students’ folklore ensembles ‘Vselistvennii Venok’ (‘Leafy Crown’), St Petersburg, 16–19 May 2016
  59. Decoration of Performance Space: Meaning and Ideology, Venice, 17–20 May 2016
  60. The Music Encoding Conference 2016, Montreal, 18–19 May 2016
  61. ‘Das Serail’ (c. 1779) by Joseph Friebert in historical, socio-political and cultural context(s), Salzburg, 19–21 May 2016
  62. Historical Performance: Theory, Practice, and Interdisciplinarity, Bloomington, IN, USA, 20–22 May 2016
  63. Music, Art and Philosophy in Dialogue, Bern, 20–21 May 2016
  64. Second International Conference of The Progect Network for the Study of Progressive Rock, Edinburgh, 25–27 May 2016
  65. Ligeti’s Legacy in Retrospect, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 26–7 May 2016
  66. ‘Made in London’: Makers, designers and innovators in musical instrument making in London, from the 18th to 21st centuries, London, 28 May 2016
  67. Music History and Cosmopolitanism, Helsinki, 1–3 June 2016
  68. Musicological conference on the 90th birthday of György Kurtág, Budapest, 2–3 June 2016
  69. New Perspectives About The Concert, Logroño, La Rioja, Spain, 2–3 June 2016
  70. The Musical Humanism of the Renaissance and its Legacy, Venice, 2–4 June 2016
  71. Grieg Research School Summer School 2016, Bergen, 7–10 June 2016
  72. A Symposium on Nomos alpha by Iannis Xenakis: Performance, Practice, Philosophy, Leeds, 9 June 2016
  73. “Από Χορού και Ομοθυμαδόν” (=all together and in the same mood) Proceedings and perspectives of the Interdisciplinary research on Psaltiki, Volos, Greece, 9–11 June 2016
  74. 14th Annual Plenary Conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland, Dublin, 10–12 June 2016
  75. Musedelica symposium, Brighton, 14–15 June 2016
  76. Joseph Joachim at 185, Boston, MA, USA, 16–18 June 2016
  77. 1st Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity (CSMC16), Huddersfield, 17–19 June 2016
  78. Flow in Performance: Theories/Practices, Princeton, 20–21 June 2016
  79. Music for Audio-Visual Media II Conference, Leeds, 20–22 June 2016
  80. Music Education and Music Psychology Student Conference, York, 23 June 2016
  81. Death, Burial and the Afterlife in the Arts and Humanities, Dublin, 23–5 June 2016
  82. OCI Conducting Studies Conference, Oxford, 24–6 June 2016
  83. False Alarm: Aurality, Errancy and Voice, London, 25–6 June 2016
  84. Music Composition as Interdisciplinary Practice, York, 28–9 June 2016
  85. Seventh International Symposium on Music/Sonic Art: Practices and Theories, Karlsruhe, 30 June–3 July 2016
  86. ‘A Fieldworker’s Vision: Researching the Present’: Folklore, Ethnology, and Ethnomusicology Conference Aberdeen, Aberdeen, 1–3 July 2016
  87. International Conference Diplomacy and Aristocracy as patrons of music and theatre in Europe of the ancien régime, Queluz National Palace, Portugal, 1–3 July 2016
  88. RMA Music and/as Process Study Group 4th Annual Conference, Bath, 2 July 2016
  89. Medieval Latin Song Conference, Cambridge, 2 July 2016
  90. ‘Musicology after Postmodernism’: Critical Theory for Musicology Study Day, London, 2 July 2016
  91. Wagner’s Parsifal and the Challenge to Psychoanalysis, London, 3 July 2016
  92. Digital Musicology workshop at DH@Ox Summer School 2016, Oxford, 4–8 July 2016
  93. 2nd Transnational Opera Studies Conference, Bern, 5–7 July 2017
  94. Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference 2016, Sheffield, 5–8 July 2016
  95. The Power of Hip Hop: EXCHANGE, London, 8 July 2016
  96. 19th Biennial International Nineteenth-Century Music Conference, Oxford, 11–13 July 2016
  97. Ancient Hellenic & Roman Music Conference 2016, Athens, 11–14 July 2016
  98. History, Analysis, Pedagogy – Music Analysis Conference, Nottingham, 13–15 July 2016
  99. 9th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music and Gender, Bern, 13–16 July 2016
  100. 17th International Conference on Baroque Music, Canterbury, 13–17 July 2016
  101. Performance Studies Network Fourth International Conference, Bath, 14–17 July 2016
  102. Rethinking Delius, a Critical Symposium, London, 15–16 July 2016
  103. Silver Sounds and Moody Food: Theatre Music and Musicians 1575–1642, York, 16 July 2016
  104. Continental Drift: 50 Years of Jazz from Europe, Edinburgh, 16–17 July 2016
  105. Music and Visual Cultures Conference, Maynooth, Ireland, 21–3 July 2016
  106. International Society of Music Education World Conference 2016, Glasgow, 24–9 July 2016
  107. 5th Symposium of the Musics of East Asia (MEA) ICTM Study Group, Taipei, 25–7 August 2016
  108. South African Society for Research in Music Tenth Annual Congress, Bloemfontein, South Africa 25–7 August 2016
  109. Essence and Context: A Conference Between Music and Philosophy, Vilnius, 31 August–3 September 2016
  110. Royal Musical Association Annual Conference 2016, London, 3–5 September 2016
  111. YOUNG MUSICOLOGY PRAGUE: Czech and European Avant-garde Music of the Early 20th Century, Prague, 5–8 September 2016
  112. The Musical Salon in Visual Culture, St Petersburg, 7–9 September 2016
  113. ISSTA International Festival and Conference on Sound in the Arts, Science and Technology: Temporary Autonomous Zones, Derry/Londonderry, 7–9 September 2016
  114. OBERTO Conference 2016: Operatic Acting, Oxford, 8 September 2016
  115. Women and Education in the Long 18th Century Workshop, Glasgow, 8 September 2016
  116. Doctors in Performance, Dublin, 8–9 September 2016
  117. As a Swiss I’m neutral – Othmar Schoeck’s Opera “Das Schloss Dürande” in context, Brunnen, Switzerland, 9–11 September 2016
  118. Making Time in Music: an international conference, Oxford, 12–13 September 2016
  119. Granados in Context: The Spanish Piano School and Pre-War Artistic Movements, Almería, Spain, 16–17 September 2016
  120. Music, italianità and the nineteenth-century global imagination, Cambridge, 16–17 September 2016
  121. International Chopinological Conference 2016, Radziejowice, Poland, 16–18 September 2016
  122. BASS2016 PRAGUE: The Bass in Music, Prague, 20–26 September 2016
  123. Cervantes’ Musics: From Musical Heritage to Musical Reception (XVI-XXI Centuries), Ciudad Real, Spain, 21–3 September 2016
  124. Aesthetics of Inwardness – Max Reger and the Lied around 1900 (Ästhetik der Innerlichkeit – Max Reger und das Lied um 1900), Vienna, 21–3 September 2016
  125. The Collection of Historic Musical Instruments of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna – The First 100 Years, Vienna, 22–4 September 2016
  126. The 8th International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony, Tblisi, 26–30 September 2016
  127. Komitas and Medieval Culture International Conference, Yerevan, Armenia, 27–9 September 2016
  128. ‘Arts + The Inklings’: Verge Conference, Langley, British Columbia, Canada, 28–30 September 2016
  129. Traditions of folk singing, instrumental playing and folk dances in the modern world. Continuity, maintenance and research methods, St Petersburg, 29 September–2 October 2016
  130. Concepts of Improvisation Between the Two World Wars: Performativity, Staged Presence and Participation in Music, Basel, 30 September–1 October 2016
  131. Sound: A lucky bag or a poor cousin of music theory, Hanover, 30 September–2 October 2016
  132. Performance analysis: A bridge between theory and interpretation, Porto, Portugal, 4–6 October 2016
  133. Shakespeare’s Music in France in the 19th-21st centuries, Metz, France, 6–7 October 2016
  134. Log In, Live On – Music and Cyberculture in the Age of the Internet of Things, Lisbon, 7–8 October 2016
  135. Crisis and Prosperity: The Development of Prussian Court Music from 1713 to 1806, Berlin, 7–9 October 2016
  136. The Many Faces of Camille Saint-Saëns, Lucca, 7–9 October 2016
  137. Musica artificiosa: Music as an Art and Profession, Brno, 10–12 October 2016
  138. Transpositions: Music/Image, Belgrade, 12–15 October 2016
  139. Confluences, Connections, and Correspondences: Music and Visual Culture Conference, Toronto, 13–14 October 2016
  140. Intersections: Conference on the History of Music in Valencia, València, 13–15 October 2016
  141. Codici per cantare: I “Libroni” del Duomo nella Milano sforzesca, Milan, 14 October 2016
  142. International Conference for Orthodox Music in Prague – ICOMP, Prague, 14–16 October 2016
  143. Music Criticism 1900–1950, Barcelona, 17–19 October 2016
  144. I CONGRESS OF THE BRAZILIAN MUSICOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (ABMUS) IV INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF IBERO-AMERICAN MUSIC (SIMIbA), Minas Gerais, Brazil, 18–21October 2016
  145. International Symposium on the Histories and Practices of Choral Singing, Lund, Sweden, 19–21 October 2016
  146. Composition Schools in the 20th Century: the Institution and the Context, Vilnius, 19–22 October 2016
  147. Arts Without Borders? Perspectives on Collaboration and Interdisciplinarity in and through the Arts, Helsinki, 19–22 October 2016
  148. Miles Davis and John Coltrane at 90: Retrospect and Prospect, Guildford, 21–23 October 2016
  149. XXIII Annual Conference of the Italian Musicological Society, Como, Italy, 21–3 October 2016
  150. Radio and Ethnomusicology: BFE One Day Conference, Edinburgh, 22 October 2016
  151. Music on stage: The sixth bi-annual international, interdisciplinary conference, Sidcup, 22–3 October 2016
  152. Russian Musical Baroque: Tendencies and Perspectives of Research, Moscow, 24–6 October 2016
  153. Music in the Ibero-Afro-American Universe: Interdisciplinary Challenges, Rio de Janeiro, 24–7 October 2016
  154. Images of Music-Making and Its Trans-Cultural Exchanges, Xi’an, China, 27–31 October 2016
  155. 5th International Scientific Meeting for Sound and Musical Instrument Studies, Tomar-Abrantes-Constância-Torres Novas, Portugal, 28–31 October 2016
  156. International Conference on Performance and Creativity, Hong Kong, 31 October–2 November 2016
  157. ENIM 2016 – 6th Conferences on Musical Research, Aveiro, Portugal, 3–5 November 2016
  158. Music for Liturgy and Devotion in Italy around 1600, Manchester, 4–5 November 2016
  159. Edmund Rubbra Study Day, London, 6 November 2016
  160. International Conference of Young Musicologists. Young Musicology Today: tendencies, challenges and perspectives, Kraków, 7–9 November 2016
  161. Principles of Music Composing in the Second Half of the 20th and the Beginning of the 21th Centuries, Vilnius, Lithuania, 9–11 November 2016
  162. Piano Accompaniment in Practice, Hull, 11–12 November 2016
  163. Sound::Gender::Feminism::Activism::2016 WHITE NOISE, London, 11–12 2016
  164. Music and Power in the Baroque Era, Lucca, 11–13 November 2016
  165. Symposium 2016: Unfolding the Process II: Artistic Research in Evolution, Oslo, 15–17 November 2016
  166. Michael Finnissy: Dialogues, Huddersfield, 17 November 2016
  167. Music and the State in Latin America, London, 19 November 2016
  168. Sound – Traces – Moves. Soundtraces in Motion, Salzburg, 18–20 November 2016
  169. Orpheus Research Seminar 2016 – Sound Work: Composition as Critical Technical Practice, Ghent, 21–3 November 2016
  170. Sketches and Exercises – History and Theory of Compositional Writing, Bergen, 21–2 November 2016
  171. SONOLOGIA 2016, São Paulo, 22–5 November, 2016
  172. Viola bastarda, Basle, 23 November 2016
  173. Old Is New: The Presence of the Past in the Music of the Present, Lisbon, 24–6 November 2016
  174. Stimme – Instrument – Vokalität. Die menschliche Stimme als instrumentales Vorbild: Ideal oder Klischee?, Basle, 24–6 November 2016
  175. Nineteenth-Century Programme Music, Lucca, 25–7 November 2016
  176. II Expo of the Research Group on Renaissance and Contemporary Music, São Paulo, 28 November–3 December 2016
  177. Musicology Applied To The Concert: Performance Studies At Work, Baeza, Jaen (Spain), 1–3 December 2016
  178. Symposium: On the Edge. Improvisers on music and methods, Oslo, 30 November–2 December 2016
  179. Shifts and Turns: Moving Music, Musicians and Ideas, Adelaide, 30 November–3 December 2016
  180. The Bononcinis: from Modena to Europe (1666–1747), Modena, 2–4 December 2016
  181. Music & Material Culture, Cambridge, 7 December 2016
  182. Sounds Between: a one-day festival exploring interdisciplinary encounters in music composition, Guildford, 7 December
  183. Interfaces: tradition and technology in musical heritage work, Oslo, 8–9 December 2016
  184. Experiments in Music Research: Reassessing Pierre Schaeffer’s Contributions to Music and Sound Studies, Birmingham, 9 December 2016
  185. Joint ICTM-IE/SMI Postgraduate Conference, Dublin, 9–10 December 2016
  186. Instrument of Change: The International Rise of the Guitar (c.1870-1945), Melbourne, 9– 11 December 2016
  187. Russia and the Musical World: Nineteenth-Century Networks of Exchange, London, 16 December 2016