Conferences in musicology

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List of forthcoming conferences

  1. Middle East and Central Asia Music Forum, London, 22 May 2015
  2. 2nd RMA MPSG Workshop on Philosophy of Human+Computer Music, Sheffield, 27 May 2015
  3. MVSA Conference May 2015 – Victorian Sense and the Senses, Iowa City, USA, May 2015
  4. 2015 Conference of the Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA): French Connections – Networks of Influence and Modes of Transmission of French Baroque Keyboard Music, Montreal, May 2015
  5. City of Light: Paris 1900-1950, London, May 2015
  6. The Music Encoding Conference, Florence, May 2015
  7. The 10th International Scientific Conference Music Science Today: the permanent and the changeable, Daugavpils, Latvia, May 2015
  8. Interpretationsforschung – Musical Performance with Reference to Historical Texts and Sound Documents, Bern, May 2015
  9. TENOR 2015: First International Conference on New Technologies for Music Notation and Representation, Paris, May 2015
  10. Music and Mobilities, Oxford, May 2015
  11. Hearing the Voice, Hearing the Soul, Coventry, 5 June 2015
  12. Taking British Music(s) Abroad: Soundscapes of the Imperial Message, London, 16 June 2015
  13. Music and Realism: Comparative Historical Perspectives, Birmingham, 19–20 June 2015
  14. SongArt Symposium: What is distinctive about lyric performance? London, 26–7 June 2015
  15. Over and Over Exploring repetition in popular music, Liege, June 2015
  16. Mikis Theodorakis: poésie, musique et politique, Paris, June 2015
  17. Thirteenth Annual Plenary Conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland, Cork, June 2015
  18. (re)storing performance – The Feldenkrais Method and Creative Practice, Bath, June 2015
  19. The Art and Science of Improvisation, Stord, Norway, June 2015
  20. Psallite Domino: Sacred Music and Liturgical Reform after Vatican II, Liverpool, June 2015
  21. Musiconis Conference, Chartres, June 2015
  22. PERFORMA 2015 – Conference on Musical Performance, Aveiro, Portugal, June 2015
  23. Listening Cinematically, Egham, June 2015
  24. Study Day on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity, Huddersfield, June 2015
  25. Magnified & Sanctified: The Music of Jewish Prayer, Leeds, June 2015
  26. The Serenata and the Festa Teatrale in 18th Century Europe, Queluz, Portugal, June 2015
  27. Sixth International Symposium on Music /Sonic Art: Practices and Theories, Karlsruhe, Germany, June 2015
  28. Arrangements, Performance and the Work Concept 1700-1900, London, June 2015
  29. IAML/IMS New York 2015 “Music Research in the Digital Age”, New York, June 2015
  30. Mikis Theodorakis: poésie, musique et politique/ Mikis Theodorakis: Poetry, Music, and Politics, Paris, 18–20 June 2015
  31. Performing Brahms in the Twenty-first Century, Leeds, June–July 2015
  32. RMA Music and Philosophy Study Group Conference, London, 17–18 July 2015
  33. Digital Musicology workshop at DH@Ox Summer School, Oxford, 20–24 July 2015
  34. 3º Congresso Brasileiro de Iconografia Musical, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, 20–24 July 2015
  35. Research in Popular Music Education, Huddersfield, 23 July 2015
  36. Sacred Songs: Religion, Spirituality and the Divine in Popular Music Culture, London, 30 July 2015
  37. Sound Studies: Art, Experience, Politics, Cambridge, July 2015
  38. Music in Transition: Changing Styles and Approaches in the Mid-Baroque (1650-1710), Birmingham, July 2015
  39. Ninth Annual Congress of the South African Society for Research in Music (SASRIM), Cape Town, 16-18 July 2015
  40. Keele Music Analysis Conference, Keele, July 2015
  41. International Conference on Music, Intertextuality, and Inter-Art Forms in Third Republic France: Remembering Paul Dukas at 150, Maynooth, Ireland, July 2015
  42. Napoleon’s Last Stand:Popular Reactions and State Responses to the One Hundred Days, Warwick, July 2015
  43. Audio-Visual Archives Conference, London, July 2015
  44. SMA Music Analysis Summer School, Keele, July 2015
  45. Voices and Books 1500-1800, Newcastle, July 2015
  46. 2nd International Conference of Dalcroze Studies, Vienna, July 2015
  47. 10th Biennial International Conference on Music in 19th-Century Britain, Glasgow, July 2015
  48. Petrus Alamire – New Perspectives on Polyphony, Antwerp, 18–23 August 2015
  49. Seventeenth Nordic Musicological Congress, Aalborg, Denmark, August 2015
  50. Petrus Alamire – New Perspectives on Polyphony, Antwerp, August 2015
  51. Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives, Oxford, August 2015
  52. Music and the Nordic Breakthrough: Sibelius/Nielsen/Glazunov 2015, Oxford, August–September 2015
  53. FOR CRYIN’ OUT LOUD: Music and Politics, Utrecht, 6–8 September 2015
  54. OBERTO CONFERENCE 2015: Opera and Celebrity, Oxford, 8 September 2015
  55. Royal Musical Association Annual Conference, Birmingham, 9–11 September 2015
  56. Minimalism Unbounded! The Fifth International Conference on Minimalist Music, Turku and Helsinki, 24–27 September 2015
  57. Working on Composers’ Collected Works, St Petersburg, September 2015
  58. Between Universal and Local: From Modernism to Postmodernism, Ljubljana, September 2015
  59. Musical Legacies of State Socialism: Revisiting Narratives about Post-World War II Europe, Belgrade, September 2015
  60. Musical Instruments in Science and History, Cambridge, September 2015
  61. SysMus15 – 8th International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology, Leipzig, September 2015
  62. Ninth Biennial International Conference on Music Since 1900, Glasgow, September 2015
  63. 2015 Orpheus Research Festival, Ghent, Belgium, 30 September–2 October 2015
  64. 15th International conference ‘Principles of Music Composing: Phenomenon of Melody’, Vilnius, Lithuania, 14–16 October 2015
  65. 2015 SEMPRE conference on Music and Health/postgraduate study day, Glasgow, 21–22 October 2015
  66. Tracking the Creative Process in Music, Paris, October 2015
  67. Jewishness & the Arts: Music and Composers in Nineteenth-Century Europe, Rome, October 2015
  68. North Atlantic Fiddle Convention, Sydney, NS, Canada, October 2015
  69. The Staatskapelle Berlin at 450 – A Review, Berlin, October 2015
  70. Organized Time. Fifteenth Annual Congress of the Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie (GMTH), Berlin, October 2015
  71. Musical Dialogues: 38th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, Sydney, October 2015
  72. Listening to Music: People, Practices and Experiences, London, October 2015
  73. The Loder family of Bath: Music and culture in provincial Britain in the long nineteenth century, Bath, October 2015
  74. The «théâtre musical léger» in Europe: From the Operetta to the Music-hall, Lucca, Italy, October 2015
  75. Gabriel Fauré: Effable and Ineffable, Seattle, October 2015
  76. The European Salon: Nineteenth-Century Salonmusik, Maynooth, Ireland, October 2015
  77. Musical Modernity, the Beautiful and the Sublime, Aberdeen, 30–31 October 2015
  78. XXII Annual Conference of the Italian Society of Musicology, Perugia, Italy, October–November 2015
  79. What does democracy sound like? Actors, Institutions – Practices, Discourses, Paris, 5–7 November 2015
  80. Visual Manifestations of Power and Repression in Music, Dance, and Dramatic Arts. 15th RIdIM Conference, Columbus, OH, USA, 9–10 November 2015
  81. ENIM 2015 – 5th National Conference on Musical Research, Évora, Portugal, 12–14 November 2015
  82. International Conference ‘Russian Émigré Culture: Transcending the Borders of Countries, Languages, and Disciplines’, Saarbrücken, 13–15 November 2015
  83. Analysis – Interpretation – Performance: A Contact Zone for the Reconsideration of Musicological Methods, Graz, Austria, 18–21 November 2015
  84. #STRAYHORN2.0: An Interdisciplinary Symposium Celebrating the Centennial of Billy Strayhorn, Cleveland, Ohio, US, 20–21 November 2015
  85. Tyranny and Music, Murfreesboro, TN, USA, 21–2 November 2015
  86. Nineteenth-Century Music Criticism, Lucca, Italy, November 2015
  87. War of Media – Media of War, Vienna, November 2015
  88. Handel and His Eighteenth-Century Performers, London, November 2015
  89. Popular Music and Public Diplomacy, Dortmund, Germany, November 2015
  90. Clementi and the British Musical Scene: 1780-1830, Lucca, Italy, November 2015
  91. Philippe de Vitry: An International Symposium, New Haven, CT, USA, November 2015
  92. Exoticism, orientalism and national identity in musical theatre. International musicological conference on the centenary of the death of Karl Goldmark, Budapest, December 2015
  93. Liturgical Organ Music and Liturgical Organ Playing in the Long 19th Century, Helsinki, 20–22 January 2016
  94. British Forum for Ethnomusicology / Royal Musical Association Research Students Conference, Bangor, January 2016
  95. German Song Onstage 1770-1914, London, February 2016
  96. OM: Orient in Music – Music of the Orient, Łódź, Poland, 10–11 March 2016
  97. Music History and Cosmopolitanism, Helsinki, 1–3 June 2016
  98. Musicological conference on the 90th birthday of György Kurtág, Budapest, 2–3 June 2016
  99. Performance Studies Network Fourth International Conference, Bath, July 2016
  100. Royal Musical Association Annual Conference 2016, London, September 2016
  101. ESCOM 2017, Ghent, Belgium, 31 July–5 August 2017
  102. Royal Musical Association Annual Conference 2017, Liverpool, September 2017

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