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Music, Body, and Stage: The Iconography of Music Theater and Opera

The City University of New York Graduate Center, 11-14 March 2008


The Research Center for Music Iconography at the City University of New
York Graduate Center

and

the Répertoire International d'Iconographie Musicale

are announcing a joint confernce

MUSIC, BODY, AND STAGE: THE ICONOGRAPHY OF MUSIC THEATER AND OPERA

The conference will provide a forum for the discussion of iconographic
sources for opera, dance, and music theater of the East and West, and
proposals for papers on the following topics are invited:

-- Scenographies for opera, music theater, and dance theater
-- Monsters and mythological beings in opera and dance theater
-- Opera orchestra in pictures
-- Portraits of opera composers, singers, dancers, and librettists
-- Religious theater from medieval drama to modern ceremonies
-- Street theater and public spectacles on pictures
-- Music in military parades
-- Iconography of folklore rituals with music
-- Visual sources for theater genres of Asia
-- Music theater on film and video

Abstracts of 200-300 words may be submitted before 1 October 2007 to:

Zdravko Blazekovic / zblazekovic@gc.cuny.edu
Research Center for Music Iconography
The City University of New York Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue New York
NY 10016-4309
USA

and

Antonio Baldassarre / a.baldassarre@swissonline.ch
Centre International du RIdIM
Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art
2, rue Vivienne
F-75002 Paris
France

Proceedings of the conference will be published in the journal Music in
Art (http://web.gc.cuny.edu/rcmi/musicinart.htm), and papers are expected
to be original work not previously published.

Prior to the conference will be offered a two-day workshop on cataloguing
of visual sources, with a special attention to iconography of the theater
and opera, moderated by Florence Gétreau. Further information will be
posted at http://web.gc.cuny.edu/rcmi/.
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