Past conferences 2017

Information on past conferences in 2017:

      1. BFE/RMA Research Students Conference 2017, Canterbury, 5–7 January 2017
      2. Bright Futures, Dark Pasts: Michael Finnissy at 70, London, 19–20 January 2017
      3. Geography, Music, Space, Durham, 25 January 2017
      4. György Ligeti Symposium Helsinki 2017, Helsinki, 10–11 February 2017
      5. York Conference on Church Music, York, 13–15 February 2017
      6. Vocality/Instrumentality 2017, Huddersfield, 14–15 January 2017
      7. TAGS 2017, Bangor, 18–19 February, 2017
      8. Music Pedagogy in Eighteenth-Century Naples: Theory, Sources and Reception, Milan and Bern, 25–7 January 2017
      9. ‘Composing with the Eyes’. The Swiss Composer Hermann Meier, Bern, 27–8 January 2017
      10. IV International Congress: Music and Audio-Visual Culture: MUCA, Murcia, Spain, 16–18 February 2017
      11. Orpheus Doctoral Conference 2017: Traditions–Transitions, Ghent, 22–3 February 2017
      12. CIMCIM annual Conference 2017 and Fourth International Romantic Brass Symposium, Basel and Bern, 22–5 February 2017
      13. Musical culture/s of the Habsburg Monarchy and its successors states between the 18th and 20th century: Cultural, social and historical approaches, Vienna, 23–4 February 2017
      14. New Beginnings – Beginning again: the Feldenkrais Method in Creative Practice, London, 11 March 2017
      15. North West Doctoral Music Symposium, Manchester, 14 March 2017
      16. Spectralisms: an international conference, Oxford, 15–16 March 2017
      17. After Idealism: Sound as Matter and Medium in the 19th Century, Cambridge, 17–18 March 2017
      18. Operatic Objects, London, 18 March 2017
      19. International Musicological Society (IMS), 20th Quinquennial Congress, Tokyo, 19–23 March 2017
      20. ‘Towards an Aesthetics of Dwelling’, International Society for Ethnology and Folklore 2017, Göttingen, 26–30 March 2017
      21. Embodied Monologues Symposium, Maynooth, Ireland, 31 March 2017
      22. 15th International Conference ‘Art Studies Readings’ 2017, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2–5 April 2017
      23. Musical Cultures, Hull, 3–5 April 2017
      24. 14th International Conference from the series “Musica Practica, Musica Theoretica” – The Music of the Past in the Postmodern World, Poznań, 4–5 April 2017
      25. The Italian Violin Tradition: 1650-1850, Faenza, Italy, 6–8 April 2017
      26. Aural Skills Pedagogy: What is to be done?, London, 7 April 2017
      27. Tbilisi International Musicological Conference (TIMC) – “Challenges and Perspectives of Musicology”, Tblisi, 7–9 April 2017
      28. Research Hands on FLUTE, Aveiro, Portugal, 10–13 April 2017
      29. Language, Music, and Computing, St Petersburg, 17–19 April 2017
      30. Collaborating Couples in Twentieth-Century Arts: Interdisciplinary Conference, Bristol, 18–19 April 2017
      31. V Symposium on the Paradigms of Teaching Musical Instruments in the 21st Century,
        Goiânia, Brazil, 18–20 April 2017
      32. Digital Folk, Sheffield, 20–23 April 2017
      33. Musica Scotica 2017: 800 years of Scottish Music, Stirling, 22 April 2017
      34. Be not afeard: language, music and cultural memory in the operas of Thomas Adès, London, 24–25 April 2017
      35. ‘Golden Silence’: Surrealism at 100 and the place of music in its history, Montreal, 26 April 2017
      36. Public Musicology Symposium, Dublin, 26 April 2017
      37. 6th Annual Meeting of the Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA). From the Old World to the New, Greenville, SC, USA, 26–9 April 2017
      38. Folk Music as a Fermenting Agent for Composition, Past and Present, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 27 April 2017
      39. 1st Young Musicologists and Ethnomusicologists International Conference (YMEIC ROME 2017), Rome, 27–8 April 2017
      40. Entrepreneurship in music – Between Artistic Autonomy and Economic Reality, Oslo, 27–8 April 2017
      41. The 12th International Scientific Conference “Music Science Today: the permanent and the changeable”, Daugavpils, Latvia, 5–6 May 2017
      42. When Jazz meets Cinema, Lovere, Italy, 5–7 May 2017
      43. The Sixth International Research and Practical Conference for Undergraduate, Graduate and Postgraduate Students “Ethnomusicology: History, Theory and Practice”, St Petersburg, 15–18 May
      44. ‘I Am Not There’ International Conference on Bob Dylan, Lisbon, 18–19 May 2017
      45. THE OPERATIC: an interdisciplinary symposium looking at the concept of “the operatic” in contemporary culture, Brighton, 19 May 2017
      46. Authenticity versus Improvisation in the Philosophy of Music?, Bern, 19–20 May 2017
      47. Communicating Music Scenes: Networks, Power, Technology, Budapest, 19–20 May 2017
      48. Musical Improvisation in the Baroque Era, Lucca, Italy, 19–21 May 2017
      49. 2nd Annual Historical Performance Conference, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, 19–21 May 2017
      50. RMA Music and/as Process Study Group, fifth annual conference, Wolverhampton, 20 May 2017
      51. RMA Study Day: Music, Media and Technologies, Durham, 20 May 2017
      52. Sounds of Prehistory and Antiquity, New York, 24 May 2017
      53. Creating music across cultures in the 21st century, Istanbul, 25–7 May 2017
      54. The Soundscape of Early Modern Venice, Venice, 25–7 May 2017
      55. Music, Queer, Intersections, Liverpool, 26–7 May 2017
      56. Sources and Archives in Screen Sound Studies, Huddersfield, 1–2 June 2017
      57. Between the Lands. Alexander Ivashkin Remembered, London, 2–3 June 2017
      58. KOSMOS Dialogue “Music, Emotion, and Visual Imagery”, Berlin, 1–3 June 2017
      59. Galpin Society and American Musical Instrument Society Joint Conference, Edinburgh, 1-4 June 2017
      60. 4th International Meeting of Musical Theory and Analysis, location unspecified, 7–9 June 2017
      61. Representations of Early Music on Stage and Screen 3, Sheffield, 10 June 2017
      62. International Conference The Making of a Genius: Claudio Monteverdi from Cremona to Mantua, Cremona, 7–8 June 2017, and Mantua, 9–10 June 2017
      63. Music, Culture and Society in Central Europe, Wellington, New Zealand, 10 June 2017
      64. International Music Research Summer School 2017, Oslo, 13–16 June 2017
      65. 7th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, Malaga,14–16 June 2017
      66. Encounters, Discussions, Experimentations: Art, Research and Artistic Research in Music, Venice, 16–17 June 2017
      67. 15th Annual Conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland, Belfast, 16–18 June 2017
      68. Church Music and Musicians in Britain 1660-1900: “Between the Chapel and the Tavern”, Canterbury, 20–23 June 2017
      69. Music and the Middlebrow, London, 22–4 June 2017
      70. Brian Boydell Centenary Conference, Dublin, 23–4 June 2017
      71. Music in Nineteenth Century Britain – 2017, Birmingham, 28–30 June 2017
      72. 9th European Music Analysis Conference – EuroMAC 9, Strasbourg, 28 June–1 July 2017
      73. Gaspar van Weerbeke: Works and Contexts, Salzburg, 29 June–1 July 2017
      74. Performing Indeterminacy, Leeds, 30 June–2 July 2017
      75. Theater spaces for music in 18th century Europe, Queluz, Portugal, 30 June– 2 July 2017
      76. Aestheticizing Cultural Policy in France, 1789-1815, Warwick, 1–2 July 2017
      77. French Musicians and the Conquest of North America: Musical Travels, Cultural Politics and Patronage, Manchester, 3–4 July 2017
      78. 2nd Transnational Opera Studies Conference, tosc@bern.2017, Bern, 5–7 July 2017
      79. Music and Socialism since 1917, Nottingham, 7–8 July 2017
      80. SIMM-POSIUM: 2nd Research Symposium on Social Impact of Making Music (SIMM) 2017, London, 8–9 July 2017
      81. Performing Restoration Shakespeare, London, 10–13 July 2017
      82. 2017 Biennial Conference of the Royal Musical Association Music and Philosophy Study Group, London, 13–14 July 2017
      83. Rethinking Collaborative Authorship through Music (themed session at the 2017 Royal Musical Association Music and Philosophy Study Group Conference), London, 13–14 July 2017
      84. International Conference on Music and Sounds, Warsaw, 15 July 2017
      85. Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives, Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire, 18–21 July 2017
      86. Symposium on Music, Education and Social Inclusion, London, 20–21 July 2017
      87. Is there a musical avant-garde today?, London, 21 July 2017
      88. Shakespeare and Music, Gdansk, 27–31 July 2017
      89. 3rd International Conference of Dalcroze Studies (ICDS3), Quebec City, Canada, 30 July–3 August 2017
      90. ESCOM 2017, Ghent, Belgium, 31 July–5 August 2017
      91. Conference on Music and Eye-Tracking, Frankfurt, 17–18 August 2017
      92. New Perspectives on Elvis: A One-Day International Conference, Memphis, 21 August 2017
      93. Rescue of 19th Century Mexican heritage. The opera and its link with literature, architecture, and theatre, Mexico City, 22–5 August 2017
      94. Early Keyboard Instruments: Repertoire, Use and Design, Cambridge, 2 September 2017
      95. Finding Democracy in Music – A Symposium, Huddersfield, 4–5 September 2017
      96. The First International Conference on Women’s Work in Music, Bangor, 4–7 September 2017
      97. EMS17 Electroacoustic Music Studies Conference, Nagoya, Japan, 4–8 September 2017
      98. The 33rd European Seminar in Ethnomusicology (ESEM) – Ethnomusicology in the 21st Century, Tblisi, 5–9 September 2017
      99. Modus-Modi-Modality, Nicosia, Cyprus, 6–10 September 2017
      100. ISSTA 2017 International Festival and Conference on Sound in the Arts, Science and Technology, Dundalk, 7–8 September 2017
      101. Branding ‘Western Music’ – Conference, Bern, 7–9 September 2017
      102. Royal Musical Association Annual Conference 2017, Liverpool, 7–9 September 2017
      103. Arvo Pärt: Icon of Modernity, London, 11 September 2017
      104. Representing Interiority in Eighteenth-Century Opera, Oxford, 11–12 September 2017
      105. 2nd Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity, Milton Keynes, 11–13 September 2017
      106. OBERTO 2017: Opéra sans frontières: Musicians and migration in a globalised world, Oxford, 12 September 2017
      107. Exploring Xenakis: Performance, Practice, Philosophy, 12 September 2017
      108. Rethinking the Dynamics of Musical Nationalism, Amsterdam, 12–15 September 2017
      109. International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology 2017 (SysMus17), London, 13–15 September 2017
      110. ICMSN/SurreyMAC 2017, Guildford, 11–14 September 2017
      111. TCPM 2017 – Tracking the Creative Process in Music, Huddersfield, 14–16 September 2017
      112. Lutheran Music Culture, Uppsala, 14–16 September, 2017
      113. American Women Pianist-Composers – A Celebration of Amy Beach and Teresa Carreño, Durham, NH, 15–16 September 2017
      114. The Future of Music History, Belgrade, 28–30 September 2017
      115. 14th International Music Theory and Analysis Conference, Rimini, Italy, 28 September–1 October 2017)
      116. The Composer as Chronicler: Telemann’s “Gebrauchsmusik” as a musical diary, Frankfurt, 5–7 October 2017
      117. ARTikulationen – Artistic Research Festival, Graz, Austria, 5–7 October 2017
      118. Music and Dance in Visual Culture, Athens, 5–7 October 2017
      119. Music Criticism 1950-2000, Barcelona, 9–11 October 2017
      120. Musical Instruments Resource Network (MIRN) conference ‘The Life Cycle of Musical Instruments’, London, 12 October 2017
      121. A Century of Movement: Russian Culture and Global Community since 1917, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 12–13 October 2017
      122. Musica movet: affectus, ludus, corpus, Belgrade, 13–15 October 2017
      123. Gaiety, Glitz and Glamour: Reawakening the “Silver Age” of twentieth-century Operetta, London, 14 October 2017
      124. ICMC/EMW 2017, Shanghai, 16–20 October 2017
      125. Music for and by Children: Perspectives from Children, Composers, Performers and Educators, Aveiro, Portugal, 19–21 October 2017
      126. XXIV Annual Conference of the Italian Musicological Society, Lucca, 20–22 October 2017
      127. Writing About Contemporary Artists: Challenges, Practices and Complexities, Guildford, 20–22 October 2017
      128. The Great War 1914-1918 and Music. Compositional Strategies, Performing Practices, and Social Impacts, Zagreb, 25–7 October 2017
      129. Graduate Conference “Masculinities and Their Cliches in Musik and Theatre”, Graz, 27–8 October 2017
      130. Researching Performance, Performing Research – Collaborations and Confrontations, Amsterdam, 27–9 October 2017
      131. Sounding the North symposium, Aberdeen, 27–9 October
      132. Music and Space: An RMA Study Day, Manchester, 28 October 2017
      133. Eighteenth-Century Flute Chamber Music. International Study Day, Genoa, 28 October 2017
      134. The Protean Musician: the musician in future society, Norway, 1–3 November 2017
      135. Sounding Out the Space: An International Conference on the Spatiality of Sound, Dublin, 2–4 November 2017
      136. South Asia and Its Diaspora: Musical Performances in the Cultures of Decolonization, London, 4 November 2017
      137. New Beethoven Research Conference, Rochester, NY, USA, 8–9 November 2017
      138. Principles of Music Composing: ratio versus intuitio, Vilnius, Lithuania, 8–10 November 2017
      139. Dance and Ballet in Naples: a Dialogue with Europe (1806-1861), Naples, 9–11 November 2017
      140. Professor Reicha: Pactice and Legacy of a Composer-Teacher, Lucca, Italy, 10–12 November 2017
      141. Electroacoustic Winds 2017: SYNCHRESIS – Audio Vision Tales, Aveiro, Portugal, 13–17 November 2017
      142. Opera and the Greek World during Nineteenth Century, Corfu, 17-19 November 2017
      143. The 33rd Annual Conference on Music in 18th-Century Britain, London, 24 November 2017
      144. Music Publishing and Composers: 1750–1850, Lucca, Italy, 24–6 November 2017
      145. The Study of Musical Experiences: Perception and Diversity, Bergen, 28 November–1 December 2017
      146. Future Sound of Pop Music, Bern, 30 November 30–3 December 2017

     

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