Past conferences 2018

Information on past conferences in 2018:

    1. BFE/RMA Research Students Conference 2018, Huddersfield, 4–6 January 2018
    2. Large Objects Moving Air 2018, London, 8 January 2018
    3. Research Hands on PIANO, Aveiro, Portugal, 24–7 January 2018
    4. Education for Music Entrepreneurship Seminar, Oslo, 25–6 January 2018
    5. Mapping the Musical City – a historically savvy symposium, London, 2 February 2018
    6. International conference for PhD students, ‘Musicology (in)action: Past musics, present practices, future prospects’, Thessaloniki, 9–11 February 2018
    7. Bach on Screen, Berea, Ohio, USA, 18 February 2018
    8. Orpheus Seminar 2018 ‘The Power of Musical Networks’, Ghent, 21–2 February 2018
    9. Creative HPME Pedagogy Symposium, Bath, 24 February 2018
    10. Public Music Discourse: In Honor of the Bernstein Centenary, Columbia, SC, USA, 2–3 March 2018
    11. New Perspectives on the Music of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Canterbury, 2–3 March 2018)
    12. The Listening Experience Database Project Conference 2018, Milton Keynes,
      6–7 March 2018
    13. Dislocations: Reassessing Ligeti’s Many Worlds in the 21st Century, Chicago, 7–8 March 2018
    14. Musical Culture in the Wars of Religion, 1550-1650, Cambridge, 17–18 March 2018
    15. The Nordic Ingredient – European Nationalisms in Norwegian Music after 1905 – Joint Conference, Bergen, 20–21 March 2018
    16. Opera and Musical Theater in the United States, Murfreesboro, TN, USA, 23–5 March 2018
    17. SEMPRE Spring Conference: MET 2018, London, 26–7 March 2018
    18. Rethinking Sound 2018, Seoul, 30–31 March 2018
    19. Musicology in the Age of (Post)Globalization, New York, 3–6 April 2018
    20. Music and Gender in Balance, Tromsø, Norway, 5–6 April 2018
    21. Seeing and Hearing the “Beyond”: Art, Music, and Mysticism in the Long- Nineteenth Century, London, 5–7 April 2018
    22. London Stage and the 19th-Century World II, Oxford, 5–7 April 2018
    23. “Music and Acoustic Spaces in the Civil and Ecclesiastical Institutions of the Iberian Peninsula” (MEDyREN Conference) Spanish Society of Musicology, Guadalupe, Spain, 6–7 April 2018
    24. SMA Theory and Analysis Graduate Students (TAGS) Conference, Durham, 7–8 April 2018
    25. Wagner 1900, Oxford, 9–11 April 2018
    26. Serge G.: An International Conference on Serge Gainsbourg, Paris, 9–11 April 2018
    27. Musicking: Cultural ConsiderationsMusicking: Cultural Considerations, Eugene, OR, USA, 10–14 April 2018
    28. Together in Music: Expression and Communication in Ensembles, York, 12–14 April 2018
    29. Music History and Historical Materialism: Reflections and Possibilities, London, 13 April 2018
    30. Autoethnography, Self-Reflexivity, and Personal Experience as Academic Research, London, 16–17 April 2018
    31. Music and Freedom. The 150th Anniversary of the Glorious Revolution, 20–21 April 2018
    32. Musica Scotica 2018: 13th Annual Conference, Stirling, 20–21 April 2018
    33. Material Cultures of Music Notation, Utrecht, 20–22 April 2018
    34. Sonorities Symposium 2018: Techno–Human Encounters, Belfast, 21 April 2018
    35. Bulgarian Culture in the First Half of the XX Century, Interactions and Music Contacts, 25–6 April 2018
    36. Church Music and Worship Conference, Durham, 27–8 April 2018
    37. Reading Musicals: Sources, Editions, Performance, Carmel, IN, USA, 9–11 May 2018
    38. 7th Annual Meeting of the Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA), “Professionals and Amateurs: The Spirit of Kenner und Liebhaber in Keyboard, Composition, Performance and Instrument Building”, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 9–12 May 2018
    39. Symphonism in Nineteenth-Century Europe, Oviedo, Spain, 10–12 May 2018
    40. “Music Theory” – 9th International Hisarlı Ahmet Symposium, Kütahya, Turkey, 10–12 May 2018
    41. International Congress on Musical Signification, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 11–15 May 2018
    42. Study Day and Workshop on Music, Well-being and Mental Health, York, 12–13 May 2018
    43. Mauricio Kagel 2018 – Performance and Interpretation, Cologne, 13–15 May 2018
    44. Louise Dyer and Editions de l’Oiseau-Lyre: The Establishment of a Music Press, Melbourne, 18–19 May 2018
    45. Rethinking musical transcription and arrangement, Cambridge,19 May 2018
    46. Ligeti: a Portrait with Reich and Riley, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 21–2 May, 2018
    47. Music Encoding Conference 2018, College Park, Maryland, USA, 23–4 May 2018
    48. Music & The Moving Image Conference, New York, 24–7 May 2018
    49. CONMUSTERM: Terminology research in musicology and the humanities, Zagreb, 25–6 May 2018
    50. Diaspora Sounds: Innovation and Creativity in Music Learning and Performance, London, 1 June 2018
    51. The Soundscape of the Venetian Terraferma in the Early Modern Era. International Conference celebrating 475 Years of the Accademia Filarmonica of Verona, Verona, 1–3 June 2018
    52. Inside, Outside, and in Between: Institutionalization in Music History. Fifth Sibelius Academy Symposium on Music History, Helsinki, 6–8 June 2018
    53. 3rd International Conference on Historical Keyboard Music: Authorship in Historical Keyboard Music, Lisbon, 7–9 June 2018
    54. Surrealism and music in France, 1924-1952: interdisciplinary and international contexts, London, Friday 8 June 2018
    55. Music 625: The Performance of Music on Television, c.1955-’85, Leeds, 8–9 June 2018
    56. XXIst Century Challenges to the History of XVIIIth Century Musical Aesthetics, Turin, 11–12 June 2018
    57. POPVision, The U2 Conference 2018, Belfast, 13–15 June 2018
    58. 10th Music and Media meeting, Salamanca, 13–16 June 2018
    59. Music and Literature: Innovations, Intersections and Interpretations, Edinburgh, 14–15 June 2018
    60. The Fourth Annual Representations of Early Music on Stage and Screen (REMOSS) Conference: Music and Medievalism, Edinburgh, 15–16 June 2018
    61. Practitioner Knowledge: Musicology, Music Performance, Education and Therapy, Stavanger, 18–20 June 2018
    62. Oxford Conducting Institute International Conducting Studies Conference 2018, Oxford, 21–3 June 2018
    63. Between ecstasy and inspiration: wine and music in the visual arts, Bordeaux, 21–3 June 2018
    64. 1st Academic Conference on “Music, Communication and Performance”, Montecassiano, Italy, 23–4 June 2018
    65. Connections and Communication in Instrumental and Vocal Teaching, 26–27 June 2018
    66. Fifth International Conference on Analytical Approaches to World Music (AAWM 2018), Thessaloniki, Greece, 26–9 June 2018
    67. Music, Medievalism, and Modernism: Between Old and New, Huddersfield, 27–8 June 2018
    68. The Anatomy of Polyphonic Music around 1500, Cascais, Portugal, 27-30 June 2018
    69. 1st International Conference on Artistic Research in Performance, Manchester, 28–9 June 2018
    70. A ‘Musical League of Nations’?: Music Institutions and the Politics of Internationalism – a Symposium, London, 29–30 June 2018
    71. Centennial Reflections on Women’s Suffrage and the Arts, Guildford, 29–30 June 2018
    72. Ninth International Conference Music /Sonic Art: Practices and Theories, Karlsruhe, Germany, 28 June–1 July 2018
    73. RMA Music and/as Process Study Group 6th Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 29 June–1 July 2018
    74. “Padron mio colendissimo…”: Letters About Music And Stage in the 18th Century, Queluz, Portugal, 29 June–1 July 2018
    75. Cripping the Muse: Music & Disability Studies, Leeds, 4–5 July 2018
    76. CityMAC 2018, London, 5–7 July 2018
    77. Performance Studies Network International Conference, Oslo, 5–8 July 2018
    78. Body, concepts, canon, constructions: Sex and gender in New-Music discourse since the 1950s, Hamburg, 6–8 July 2018
    79. Music and image in cultural, social and political discourse, Canterbury, 9–12 July 2018
    80. Institute for Russian Music Studies 2018 Annual Conference – “Russian – Italian Musical Connections”, Vipiteno, Italy, 11–13 July 2018
    81. 18th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music, Cremona, 10–15 July 2018
    82. ICMPC ESCOM, Graz 23–8 July 2018
    83. FLUTE: Hands on Research 2018, Aveiro, Portugal, 28–31 July 2018
    84. The North American British Music Studies Association Eighth Biennial Conference, Logan, Utah, USA, 30 July–1 August 2018
    85. isaScience 2018 “Participatory Approaches to Music & Democracy”, Vienna, 10–14 August 2018
    86. HuCPeR 19th Century Salon, Huddersfield, 28 August–1 September 2018
    87. 3rd festival conference of music performance and artistic research “Doctors in Performance”, Vilnius, 4–6 September 2018
    88. Editing, Performing and Re-Composing the Musical Past – The Emergence of French Neoclassicism (1870–), Birmingham, 5–7 September 2018
    89. Music and Musicology in the Age of Post-Truth, Dublin, 7–8 September 2018
    90. Archival Study Event, Oxford, 10 September 2018
    91. Perspectives on Historically Informed Practices in Music Conference, Oxford, 10–12 September 2018
    92. Royal Musical Association Annual Conference 2018, Bristol, 13–15 September 2018
    93. SPARC Symposium 2018: Socio-Sonic, London, 14–15 September 2018
    94. Art Bands, DiY Music and Cultural Identity in an Age of Transnational Mobility, Reading, 21 September 2018
    95. Towards Best Practice: Teaching Singing in Higher Education – Core competencies, London, 22 September 2018
    96. International Chopinological Conference: ‘The integration of a work: from miniature to large scale’, Warsaw, 26–8 September 2018
    97. “Cardinal Cisneros and Music” Symposium – El cardenal Cisneros y la Música, Toledo, 27–9 September 2018
    98. RMA Study Day: “Il aimait un automate!” Exploring the complex relationship of opera and technology in history and current practice, Belfast, 4 October 2018
    99. Machines and the Musical Imagination (1900–1950), Ottawa, 5 October 2018
    100. “L’abbé Gounod”: French Sacred Music during the romantic era, Lucca, Italy, 5–7 October 2018
    101. “L’abbé Gounod”: French Sacred Music during the romantic era, Lucca, Italy, 5–7 October 2018
    102. Iberian musical crossroads through the ages: Images of music-making in their transcultural exchanges, Barcelona, 17–19 October 2018
    103. Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology CIM18 “Meaning and Music”, Poznań, 17–20 October 2018
    104. Symposium and Workshop: South African Opera Productions after the Apartheid, Bayreuth, 18–19 October 2018
    105. Pop – Power – Positions, Bern (Switzerland), 18–20 October 2018
    106. Rossini after Rossini: Musical and Social Legacy (1868-1918), Lucca, Italy, 19–21 October 2018
    107. XXV Annual Conference Of Italian Musicological Society, Bolzano, Italy, 19–21 October 2018
    108. Vocal Sound and Style 1450 to 1650, Brighton, 20–21 October 2018
    109. Fusion and Transformation – Asian Contemporary Compositions since 1990, Taipei, Taiwan, 20 & 23 October 2018
    110. AEC and CEMPE Learning and Teaching Conference, Oslo, 24–6 October 2018
    111. 46th International Baltic Musicological Conference ‘Cultural Change and Music Criticism’, Vilnius, 23–6 October 2018
    112. XIV. International Conference – CONTEXTUALITY OF MUSICOLOGY – What, How, Why and Because, Belgrade, 24–7 October 2018
    113. Notated Music in the Digital Sphere: Possibilities and Limitations, Oslo, 25 October
    114. The London International Piano Symposium: Researching at the Interface between Science and the Art of Piano Performance, London, 28–30 October 2018
    115. Technologies of singing. Investigations of the dispositive singing – body – media at the dawn of sound recording, Detmold, Germany, 2–4 November 2018
    116. EMR and the Church, Durham, 5 November 2018
    117. Modes, Church Tones, Tonality: Tonal Spaces, c. 1550 – c. 1720, Ferrara, Italy, 8­–10 November 2018
    118. SEMPRE Autumn Conference 2018, Leeds, 9–10 November 2018
    119. Principles of Music Composing: Links Between Audiation and Composing, Vilnius, Lithuania, 13–15 November 2018
    120. Music and Figurative Arts in the Nineteenth Century, Lucca, Italy, 16–18 November 2018
    121. Fifth International Romantic Brass Symposium, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland, 20–22 November 2018
    122. Listening Experience Database one-day conference: Digital methodologies for understanding musical experience, London, 21 November 2018
    123. Music and Figurative Arts in the Nineteenth Century, Lucca, Italy, 16–18 November 2018
    124. Fifth International Romantic Brass Symposium, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland, 20–22 November 2018
    125. Listening Experience Database one-day conference: Digital methodologies for understanding musical experience, London, 21 November 2018
    126. Journées d’Analyse Musicale 2018 – C. Debussy, F. Couperin and French music: analyses, theories, performances, Aix-en-Provence, 23–4 November 2018
    127. Opera as Institution: Networks and Professions (1700–1914), Graz, 23–4 November 2018
    128. Pedagogies, Practices and the Future of Folk Music in Higher Education II Conference, Järvenpää, Finland, 28–30 November 2018
    129. Self-Borrowing in Nineteenth-Century Italian Opera: A Reconsideration, Maynooth, Ireland, 30 November 2018
    130. Thirty-fourth Annual Conference on Music In Eighteenth-Century Britain, London, 30 November 2018
    131. Spain and Musical Exoticism, Melbourne, 30 November–1 December 2018
    132. Elvis lives in Amsterdam: Manifestations of the imaginary musician, Amsterdam, 29 November–1 December 2018
    133. Ars Antiqua III: Music and Culture in Europe, c1150-c1330, Lucca, Italy, 30 November–2 December 2018
    134. Instrumental Theatre. Music and the Stage in Latin America (1954-2006), Buenos Aires, 3–5 December 2018
    135. Music and the Internet: a Joint Study Day of the RMA & BFE, Oxford, 8 December 2018
    136. Doing metal, being punk, doing punk, being metal: hybridity, crossover and difference in punk and metal subcultures, Leicester, 13–14 December 2018