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