Music as Heritage: from Tradition to Product. An interdisciplinary course about music as heritage, with a focus on Béla Bartók – theory and practice

https://summeruniversity.ceu.edu/music-as-heritage-2021

Central European University‘s Summer Program hosts this course from June 28 to July 7, 2021 in Budapest, Hungary. The course aims to provide insight into the methodology and approaches of modern musicology as an integral part of heritage studies. We use music as a tool for analyzing and describing social changes, the interaction of state policies, culture, cultural heritage, and audience. The course builds on a highly interdisciplinary academic approach to modern musicology.

The complex theoretical and practical aspects will be taught in the format of lectures, seminar discussions, library research during a 9-day intensive summer course in Budapest. The course also includes a field trip and an individual project development program.

The course relies greatly on both CEU lecturers, Bard College and SOAS faculty members, and leading scholars in the field such as Jonathan Stock from University College Cork as well as Martin Stokes from King’s College London.

We invite applications from both practicing professionals and graduate students and junior researchers active in the field of research and teaching of related subjects (musicology, ethnography, heritage studies in its broadest sense, management, marketing and tourism studies, minority studies, etc.). Advanced undergraduate students will also be considered.

Application deadline: February 14, 2021

Music as Heritage: from Tradition to Product

Central European University invites application to a 10-day summer school held in Budapest on July 1-10, 2019 from practicing professionals as well as graduate students and junior researchers active in the field of research and teaching of related subjects (musicology, ethnography, heritage studies in its broadest sense, management, marketing and tourism studies, minority studies, etc.). Advanced undergraduate students will also be considered.

The course explores various aspects of musical heritage management creating audience development-focused, yet socially conscious business policies – a contemporary and viable approach to responsible arts management. It also includes a field trip providing both a unique opportunity to get further insights into research methods and a real-life experience of traditional music.

Course faculty includes distinguished scholars like Martin Stokes (Department of Music, King’s College London, UK) and Jonathan Stock (School of Music and Theatre, University College Cork, Ireland).

Extended deadline for applications is May 15. More information on the course website .

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