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Leeds International Jazz Education Conference
Leeds, April 2001

Leeds International Jazz Education Conference: 6-7 April 2001

Call for Papers

The annual Leeds International Jazz Education Conference welcomes
delegates from around the world to participate in a range of practical
sessions, research presentations, workshops and performances.  The 2001
conference will feature contributions from a range of jazz professionals
including saxophonist Joe Temperley, trombonist Annie Whitehead, Barry
Kernfeld, editor of the New Grove Dictionary of Jazz and Richard Cook,
co-author of the Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD.

Proposals are invited for papers on any area of jazz research, with
special consideration being given to work focusing on one of the two main
conference themes: Jazz and the Media and The Pedagogy of Improvisation.  
Individual presentations should be no more than twenty minutes in
duration.  Proposals should take the form of a title followed by an
abstract of not more than 200 words.  Deadline for submission is 3 March
2001.  Decisions will be notified by 12 March 2001.

Abstracts should be addressed to:

Dr Tony Whyton
Programme Manager (HE)
Leeds College of Music
3 Quarry Hill
Leeds LS2 7PD

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