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Fourth Biennial International Conference on Twentieth-Century Music
Brighton, UK, August 2005


Fourth Biennial International Conference on Twentieth-Century Music

University of Sussex (UK), 25-28 August 2005


The Fourth Biennial International Conference on Twentieth-Century Music will be held
at the University of Sussex (Brighton, UK) from 25 to 28 August 2005. The conference
endeavours to cover twentieth-century music in all its variety and will consist of
key-note speeches, papers, round-table discussions, lecture recitals, and concerts.
Accommodation will be provided on-site, and sessions will be held at the University's
new conference centre http://www.sussex.ac.uk/Units/conference/newconf.shtml.
Reduced rates for students and unaffiliated scholars will be made available. The
conference language is English.

Brighton is an attractive, thriving city on the south coast of England within easy
reach of London and all London airports. The University campus is situated within a
Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The architectural design of the campus
by Sir Basil Spence is universally recognised as outstanding and has been awarded
several distinguished Prizes. Falmer House, one of the main buildings, is one of only
two educational buildings in the UK to be given Grade 1 status of 'exceptional
interest'.


Click the link for the call for papers: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/music/1-4-1-1.html

Björn Heile
Conference Organiser
c20conference@sussex.ac.uk

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