Música Analítica 2019: Porto International Symposium on the Analysis and Theory of Music

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CFP. Submission deadline: December 15, 2018

Música Analítica 2019:
Porto International Symposium on the Analysis and Theory of Music
Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Porto, Portugal: March 21–23, 2019

http://artes.porto.ucp.pt/pt/central-eventos/musica-analitica-2019-porto-international-symposium-analysis-and-theory-music

The Research Center for Science and Technology in the Arts (CITAR) at the School of Arts, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, invites the submission of paper proposals to Música Analítica 2019: Porto International Symposium on the Analysis and Theory of Music, taking place in Porto, Portugal, March 21-23, 2019.

The symposium promotes the notion of music as analysis and analysis as music – a gloss on “música analítica”- arguing that our discursive modes of analysis are not outside of music or simply an enriching addition we bring to it but rather integral to the way we may experience, conceive, and music. In short, implicit or explicit analysis is implicated in the way we reframe, process, and construct time and sound, including aspects such as gesture or communal experience into/as music.

The symposium’s thematic range is inclusive, welcoming submissions from a variety of perspectives on music analysis and theory (speculative, practical, historical) or attendant to the multifarious intersections with disciplines such as music history, composition, critical theory, ethnomusicology, performance, sound art, mathematics, cognitive sciences, and technology. In addition, pedagogical approaches that address methodological and social implications of music analysis are particularly encouraged.

Reflecting the scope of the meeting, the symposium will feature the following speakers:

Keynote Speakers:

  • Richard Cohn (Yale University)
  • Judit Frigyesi (Bar-Ilan University)
  • Sílvio Ferraz (Universidade de São Paulo)

Plenary Speakers:

  • Bianca Temes (Music Academy, Cluj)
  • Christopher Bochmann (Universidade de Évora)
  • Isabel Pires (CESEM, FCSH/Univ. Nova de Lisboa)
  • José Oliveira Martins (CITAR-EA/Univ. Católica Portuguesa)
  • Michiel Schuijer (Conservatorium van Amsterdam)
  • Miguel Ribeiro-Pereira (CITAR, ESMAE/Inst. Politécnico do Porto)
  • Moreno Andreatta (IRCAM, CNRS, UPMC-Paris)
  • Miguel Borges Coelho (ESMAE/Inst. Politécnico do Porto)
  • Naomi Waltham-Smith (University of Warwick)
  • Paulo Ferreira de Castro (CESEM, FCSH/Univ. Nova de Lisboa)
  • Steve Rings (University of Chicago)

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
We invite scholars from various disciplines to contribute to this international symposium (the language of the symposium is English). Please send a proposal for an oral communication (20′ presentation +10′ discussion) no later than December 15, 2018, to the email: musicaanalitica2019@porto.ucp.pt. We project a response by Jan 5, 2019.

The proposal should consist of two separate pdf. files:

  • (1) Title of the communication and an abstract detailing your topic, approach, argument, and main findings, with a max. 350 words. Also include 5 keywords, and up to 8 bibliographic references. The file should have the designation [LAST NAME, proposal, MA2019].
  • (2) Information about the author(s): Name, Institutional affiliation, e-mail, title of the talk, and a short biographical note (max. 150 words). The file should have the designation [LAST NAME, info, MA2019]

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Organizing Committee

  • José Oliveira Martins (CITAR-EA/Universidade Católica Portuguesa)
  • Sofia Serra (CITAR-EA/Universidade Católica Portuguesa)
  • Daniel Moreira (CITAR, ESMAE/Instituto Politécnico do Porto)
  • Paulo Perfeito (CITAR, ESMAE/Instituto Politécnico do Porto)
  • Telmo Marques (CITAR, ESMAE/Instituto Politécnico do Porto)

Scientific Committee
[Plenary Speakers listed above are also SC members]

  • Adriana Lopes Moreira (Universidade de São Paulo)
  • Áine Heneghan (University of Michigan)
  • André Perrotta (CITAR-EA/Univ. Católica Portuguesa)
  • António Augusto Aguiar (ESMAE/Inst. Politécnico do Porto)
  • Antonio Grande (Conservatorio di Musica “G. Verdi” di Como)
  • Benoît Gibson (Universidade de Évora)
  • Carlos Caires (ESML/Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa)
  • Carlos Guedes (New York University, Abu Dhabi)
  • Catello Gallotti (Conserv. di Musica “Giuseppe Martucci” di Salerno)
  • Eduard Resina (Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya)
  • Gilberto Bernardes (INESC TEC/Univ. do Porto and Univ. de Aveiro)
  • Ildar Khannanov (Peabody Institute, Johns Hopkins University)
  • Jean-Pierre Bartoli (Sorbonne Université)
  • João Pedro d’Alvarenga (CESEM, Univ. Nova Lisboa)
  • João Pedro Paiva de Oliveira (Universidade de Aveiro)
  • John Koslovsky (Conservatorium van Amsterdam; Utrecht Univ.)
  • Manuel Pedro Ferreira, (CESEM, FCSH/Univ. Nova Lisboa)
  • Mário Baroni (Università di Bologna)
  • Mattia Bergomi (Fund. Champalimaud, Center for the Unknown)
  • Mine Dogantan-Dack (University of Cambridge)
  • Nicolas Meeùs (SBAM, and IReMus)
  • Paulo de Tarso Salles (Universidade São Paulo)
  • Pedro Pestana (CITAR-EA/Univ. Católica Portuguesa)
  • Robert Hasegawa (McGill University)
  • Rodolfo Coelho de Souza (Universidade de São Paulo)
  • Rui Penha (INESC TEC/Universidade do Porto)
  • Sanja Kiš Žuvela (University of Zagreb)
  • Sérgio Azevedo (ESML/Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa)
  • Sigrun Heinzelmann (University Mozarteum Salzburg)
  • Sławomira Zeranska-Kominek (University of Warsaw)
  • Thomas Noll (Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya)
  • Vasilis Kallis (University of Nicosia)