Past conferences 2020

Information on past conferences in 2020:

  1. Media and Communications and Music at Kingston University Present – BTS (방탄소년단) A Global Interdisciplinary Conference Project, London, 4–5 January 2020
  2. MusicaFemina International Symposium, Budapest, 8–9 January 2020
  3. BFE/RMA Research Students’ Conference, Milton Keynes, 9–11 January 2020
  4. Documenting Jazz Conference 2020, Birmingham, UK, 16–18 January 2020
  5. SMI/ICTM-IE Postgraduate Conference, Limerick, Ireland, 17–18 January 2020
  6. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Music Higher Education, London, 24 January 2020
  7. II International Conference Wind Bands in Focus: Band Research Paradigms in Spain, Jaén, Spain, 30–31 January 2020
  8. ‘Don’t mention the C Word’ – Re-assessing the Meaning and Impact of Censorship in Opera, Leeds, UK, 5 February 2020
  9. Annual Meeting of the Society for Christian Scholarship in Music, Waco, Texas, 6–8 February 2020
  10. Popular Music: Society, Politics, and History, Strasbourg, 7 February 2020
  11. British-Russian Crossroads: Cultural and Historical Exchanges of Words and Music, St Petersburg, 15 February 2020
  12. Capitalist Realism: 10 Years On, Huddersfield, UK, 15–16 February 2020
  13. Historical Fictions Research Conference 2020, Salzburg, 21–22 February 2020
  14. Musical Women in Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century, Manchester, UK, 24–26 February 2020
  15. Beethoven 2020: Analytical and Performative Perspectives, Amsterdam, 29 February – 1 March 2020
  16. Sondheim@90@Williams, Williamstown, MA, USA, 6–7 March 2020
  17. The Construction of National Identity in Music, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, 14–15 March 2020
  18. Music Theology Durham: Study Day, Durham, UK, 17 March 2020
  19. Transnational approaches and Cosmopolitan localisms. 4th Biennal de Música Isabelina, Madrid, 20–21 March 2020
  20. Researching Music – Education – Technology (MET2020), London, 23–24 March 2020
  21. Parole del Metastasio – Opera and Emotions in Eighteenth-Century Europe, Madrid, 25–27 March 2020
  22. Fail Better: Sharing Challenges and Learning in Classical Music Innovation, Maastricht, 27–28 March 2020
  23. Beethoven the European, Lucca, Italy, 27–29 March 2020
  24. The Improviser’s Experience; Knowledge, Methodologies, Communication: An RMA Study Day, Huddersfield, UK, 2 April 2020
  25. 1st Queer Forum of the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group, York, 3 April 2020
  26. Duni: An 18th Century Musician from Matera to the Heart of Europe, Matera, Italy, 3–5 April 2020
  27. Joseph Joachim: Identities / Identitäten, Karlsruhe, Germany, 3–5 April 2020