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
  28. Art Readings 2020: New Art Module: Journeys, 6–8 April 2020
  29. II Conference on artistic research in music of the Pyrenees, Puigcerdà (Girona), Spain, 9–10 April 2020
  30. Research of Young Musicologists, Moscow, 9–11 April 2020
  31. Working in Music, Turku, Finland, 15–17 April 2020
  32. “Musica practica, musica theoretica” – A Musical Work as a Message, Poznań, Poland, 21–22 April 2020
  33. Responses in Music to Climate Change, New York, 21–23 April 2020
  34. Early Recordings: The Impacts of a Transformative Technology, London, 23 April 2020
  35. Ludo2020: Conference on Video Game Music and Sound, Valletta, Malta, 24–25 April 2020
  36. Imperfection as an Aesthetic Idea in Music: Perspectives from Musicology and Artistic Research, Graz, Austria, 6–7 May 2020
  37. Fragility of Sounds, Graz, Austria, 8–9 May 2020
  38. String Quartets in Beethoven’s Europe, Auckland, 9–10 May 2020
  39. The Reformed Theology and Spirituality of Music: From the Reformation to the Present, Enschede, Netherlands, 13–15 May 2020
  40. IASPM Benelux International Conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 14–16 May 2020
  41. The Motherland Resurrected: Manifestations of Nationalism in Music Since the End of the ‘Short Twentieth Century’, Cambridge, 15 May 2020
  42. Fifth Annual Conference in Historical Performance and International Summit of HP Program Directors in Higher Education, Bloomington, Indiana, 15–17 May 2020
  43. Low End Theories: Understanding Bass Music and Culture Study Day, Bristol, UK, 16 May 2020
  44. Music in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Virtual, 19 May 2020
  45. Early Music Conference: “Musicking: Culturally Informed Performance Practices”, Eugene, Oregon, 19–23 May 2020
  46. Brain Cognition Emotion Music (BCEM) – The Quartet with a Missing Link, Canterbury, UK, 20–21 May 2020
  47. Intersections: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Opera, Cambridge, 21 May 2020
  48. Music, Cinema, and Modernism: The Works and Heritage of Kurt Weill between Europe and America, Turin, 22–24 May 2020
  49. Journées d’Informatique Musicale 2020 (JIM 2020), Strasbourg, 25–27 May 2020
  50. Seventh International Congress: Music and Audio-Visual Culture MUCA, Murcia, Spain, 28–30 May 2020
  51. Memory, Identity and the Remediation of Musical Lives, London, 29–30 May 2020
  52. University of York Music Education Conference 2020: Learner Voice, York, 29–30 May 2020
  53. Music and the Moving Image Conference 2020, New York, 29–31 May 2020
  54. Music in the Home: A Virtual Symposium, Online, 1–5 June 2020
  55. Urban Nostalgia: The Musical City in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Paris, 3 June 2020
  56. Agents and Actors: Networks in Music History, Helsinki, 3–5 June 2020
  57. 3rd International Music and Musicology Doctoral Conference, Paris, 4–6 June 2020
  58. Pre-Existing Music in Screen-Media: Problems, Questions, Challenges, Cleveland, 5–6 June 2020
  59. Early Recordings: Methodologies in Research and Practice, London, 10 June 2020
  60. Gendered Representations in 20th Century American Art & Culture, London, 10–11 June 2020
  61. The Autoethnography of Composition and the Composition of Autoethnography, Glasgow, 17 June 2020
  62. Future Directions of Electroacoustic Music Studies (EMS20), Leicester, UK, 17–20 June 2020
  63. 50+ Years of Creative Music: Anthony Braxton – Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist, Music Theorist, Hamburg, 18–20 June 2020
  64. Spem in Alium: 450 Years, Oxford, 19–20 June 2020
  65. Orchestrating Isolation: Musical Interventions and Inequality in the COVID-19 Fallout, online, 22 June 2020
  66. Hidden Figures of Screen Music and Sound, Online, 23–24 June 2020
  67. Society for Musicology in Ireland: 18th Annual Plenary Conference, Dublin, 25–27 June 2020
  68. SSCM 2020 Virtual Conference, June 26–28 2020.
  69. 3rd AEMC Conference on Music, Communication and Performance, Montecassiano, Italy, 27–28 June 2020
  70. Schumann’s Faust on the Verges of Music Theatre, Ghent, Belgium, 27–28 June 2020
  71. 10th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2020), Aalborg, Denmark, 29 June – 1 July 2020
  72. International Conference on Musical Form, Newcastle, UK, 30 June – 1 July 2020
  73. Song Studies 2020 – Exploring Interdisciplinary Approaches to Songs and Practices of Singing (1200-today), Ghent, Belgium, 1–3 July 2020
  74. Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference 2020, Edinburgh, 1–4 July 2020
  75. 2020 Institute for Russian Music Studies Annual Conference, Vipiteno, Italy, 2–5 July 2020
  76. RMA-KVNM Postgraduate Symposium in Music Research, Rotterdam, 3–4 July 2020.
  77. Religion and Magnificence – Music and Ceremonies at the European Courts in 17th and 18th Centuries, Lisbon, 3–5 July 2020
  78. Tzlil Meudcan 2020, Tel Aviv, 4–9 July 2020
  79. Leisure Studies Association Annual Conference 2020: Leisure Pasts, Presents and Futures, Manchester, UK, 7–9 July 2020
  80. Music and Sonic Art: Sounding Identities, Cambridge, UK, 8–10 July 2020
  81. ACMC 2020 : Australasian Computer Music Conference, Canberra, 8–11 July 2020
  82. Myriad Materialities: Towards a New Global Writing of Colonial Ports and Port Cities, Berlin, 10–11 July 2020
  83. Cross-European Summer School on Musical Ability, Finland, Italy, Poland, and the UK, 15–17 July 2020
  84. 19th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music, Birmingham, 15–19 July 2020
  85. Music & Eye-Tracking, Frankfurt, 16–17 July 2020
  86. Visualising the Unseen: Music in Visual Culture, Prague, 16–18 July 2020
  87. Decolonising the Musical University, Edinburgh, 23–24 July 2020
  88. Birmingham Music Analysis Conference (BrumMAC 2020), Birmingham, 23–25 July 2020
  89. North American British Music Studies Association Ninth Biennial Conference, Illinois, USA, 23–26 July 2020
  90. 24th IGEB International Conference on Wind Music, Valencia, Spain, 23–27 July 2020
  91. isaScience 2020: Heroes, Canons, Cults. Critical Inquiries, Vienna, 12–16 August 2020
  92. Black Opera Research Network Inaugural Event: Black Experiences in Opera, online, 21 August 2020
  93. Archaeology of Soundscapes and Soundscapes for Archaeology EAA 2020, Budapest, 26–30 August 2020
  94. Doctors in Performance, Tallinn, Estonia, 2–4 September 2020
  95. Bootleg Opera and Pirate Queens, Bern, 2–4 September 2020
  96. 2nd International Conference on Timbre, Virtual, 3–4 September 2020
  97. 15th International Congress on Musical Signification, Barcelona, 4–8 September 2020
  98. Beyond the Object and Back: The Role of Collections in Music Museums, London, 6–10 September 2020
  99. Sibelius Conference 2020: Sibelius on the Scene, Hämeenlinna, Finland, 7–9 September 2020
  100. RMA Annual Conference 2020, London, 8–10 September 2020
  101. SEMPRE Autumn Conference: The Role of Music Psychology Research in a Complex World, Leeds, UK, 10–11 September 2020
  102. Music and Change Before and After 1990, Vilnius, Lithuania, 10–12 September 2020
  103. Audio Mostly 2020, Graz, Austria, 15–17 September 2020
  104. 1st Biennial Carl Nielsen Studies Conference, Newcastle, UK, 17–18 September 2020
  105. Warsaw Autumn Festival and the Iron Curtain, Warsaw, 17–18 September 2020
  106. Beyond Beethoven, 2020-1770, Ithaca, USA, 17–20 September 2020
  107. Revisiting Austrian and German Music: from the ‘Spring of Nations’ to the Cold War, and launch of the IAGMR (Institute of Austrian and German Music Research), Guildford, UK, 18–19 September 2020
  108. 10th European Music Analysis Congress, Moscow, 21–26 September 2020
  109. Vienna Music Business Research Days 2020, Vienna, 21–23 September 2020
  110. Young Musicology Belgrade 2020. Shaping the Present by the Future: Ethno/musicology and Contemporaneity, Belgrade, 24–26 September 2020
  111. Narrating Musicology: Reviewing the History/Histories of Musicology, Bern, 1–4 October 2020
  112. Like, share and subscribe: Youtube, music and cyberculture before and after the new decade, Lisbon, 2–3 October 2020
  113. Congress on Sound, Music and Musical Instruments, Castelo Branco, Portugal, 2–4 October 2020
  114. Music and the Spanish Civil War, Berlin, 8–10 October 2020
  115. Traditional Tunes and Popular Airs, London, 10–11 October 2020
  116. SIBE+20 Music and Dance Research – Practices of Social and Political Responsibility, Aveiro, Portugal, 14–17 October 2020.
  117. Musical Networking in the ‘Long’ 19th Century, Zagreb, 15–17 October 2020
  118. 7th International Conference on Digital Libraries for Musicology (DLfM 2020), Montréal, 16 October 2020
  119. Financing Music in Europe from the 18th to the Early 20th Century, Lucca, Italy, 16–18 October 2020
  120. Società Italiana di Musicologia 27th Annual Conference, Siena, Italy, 16–18 October 2020
  121. Society for Musicology in Ireland: 18th Annual Plenary Conference (Online), 29–31 October 2020
  122. Music – Musicology – Interpretation, Belgrade, 22–24 October 2020
  123. Workshop: Women in Nineteenth-Century Czech Musical Culture, Prague, 23 October 2020
  124. 10th Anniversary International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony, Tbilisi, Georgia, 27–31 October 2020
  125. Thanatos in Contemporary Music: from the Tragic to the Grotesque, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (via Zoom), 30–31 October 2020
  126. The 21st Century Guitar, Lisbon, 2–5 November 2020
  127. Beethoven and the Piano – Philology, Context and Performance Practice, Lugano, Switzerland, 4–6 November 2020
  128. Keeping Silent, Listening, Speaking Up: Voice and Silence in Audience-Response to Arts and Literature, Nancy, France, 4–6 November 2020
  129. Body and Corporeality in 20th and 21st Century Music, Graz, Austria, 5–6 November 2020
  130. Music and Political Democratisation in Late Twentieth Century, Huddersfield, UK, 6 November 2020
  131. EDI in Music Studies Network Launch Event, 13 November 2020
  132. 2020 AMS-SMT Virtual Annual Meeting, 7–8 and 14–15 November 2020
  133. Radio and the Sound of Modernism, Leeds, UK, 10 November 2020
  134. Music and Science from Leonardo to Galileo, Lucca, Italy, 13–15 November 2020
  135. In Search of Perfect Harmony: Giuseppe Tartini’s Music and Music Theory in Local and European Contexts, Ljubljana and Piran, Slovenia, 16–17 November 2020
  136. Principles of Music Composing: Phenomenon of Teleology, Vilnius, Lithuania, 18–20 November 2020
  137. ENIM 2020 – 10th Conference on Musical Research, Coimbra, Portugal, 19–21 November 2020
  138. “Bach and Italy” International Conference, Online, 22–28 November 2020
  139. 1st Biennial International Conference on Acoustics and Vibration (ANV) 2020, 23–4 November 2020
  140. XI Meeting for Researchers in Musical Poetics of the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries – Constructing Beethoven, 23–7 November 2020
  141. Musical Works and Cultural Traditions, Bydgoszcz, Poland, 24–25 November 2020
  142. Bach and Italy, Turin, 26–28 November 2020
  143. 36th Annual Conference on Music in 18th-Century Britain, London, 27 November 2020
  144. Musicology and Its Future in Times of Crises, Zagreb, Croatia, 27–28 November 2020
  145. ‘Women Are not Born to Compose’: Female Musical Works from 1750 to 1950, Lucca, Italy, 27–29 November 2020