Musical Identity And Cultural Crossroad

The  International Musicological Conference, April 17-19  2015.

Location: V. Sarajishvili State Conservatoire, Tbilisi, Georgia

Call for papers:

The conference aims to discuss the varied problems of multiculturalism, to portray the national identity in a globalization era.

TSC invites researchers to submit proposals within the following fields: Music history, Music theory, Ethnomusicology. The official languages of the conference are Georgian and English. Papers selected at the conference will be published by Tbilisi State Conservatoire.

 

Registration:

Online registration. Closing date for registration: January 5th, 2015

 

Submission:

Deadline for abstract (no more than 500 words) and biography (no more than 300 words) – January 12th,2015.

The committee will make its final decision on the abstracts by the end of January, 2015  and contributors will be informed immediately thereafter.

Deadline for papers (no more than 3000 words) – February 10th, 2015. Papers are limited to twenty minutes in length, allowing time for questions and discussion.

All materials should be sent to send e-mail: science@conservatoire.edu.ge

The program of the conference also includes workshops, concert and cultural program.

 

For any additional information, please contact:

e-mail: science@conservatoire.edu.ge

Phones: +995 322 98 71 88

website: www.conservatoire.edu.ge

facebook: Science Research Department

 

 

 

British Contemporary Classical Music since 2000s

Venue:
 Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House, University of London

Convener: Osvaldo Glieca

Date:
 Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Time:
 2.00pm to 8.30pm

Keynote Speakers: TBA

 Call for Papers:

The organisers are looking for a number of presentations, which explore and relate to current theoretical and philosophical positions on British contemporary classical music of the last decade. Critiques based on aesthetic principles, compositional techniques, and new sound-timbre are welcome, especially on the younger generation of British composers born around the 1970s.

Interests are also directed – and not restricted – to the way of promoting British living composers within the art-business, music publishing and recording industry, particularly in the recent times where the media industries are becoming very influential, taking over more control from the traditional record companies.

Audio and/or video, and power point presentations are welcome.

This seminar will be in conjunction with the Simon Holt music conference.

Lectures will be 20 minutes in duration.

Please submit proposals of no more than 300 words plus a short biography to:

Mr. Osvaldo Glieca:  osvaldoglieca@gmail.com

Deadline: 26 April 2013

Please note that all costs for attendance at the conference will need to be covered by the participants.

Full delegate fee: £25

Student delegate fee: £15

The Music of Simon Holt

The Institute of Musical Research in collaboration with London College of Music presents

The Music of Simon Holt

A one day symposium to celebrate his music with concerts and lectures

 

Convenors: Dr. Martin Glover, Mr. Osvaldo Glieca

Venue:  Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House

Date:  21th May 2013

Time: 2.00pm to 8.30pm

Keynote Speakers: Anthony Gilbert and Simon Holt

 

Call for Papers:

The symposium will convene to celebrate the music of Simon Holt, who is now widely recognized as one of today’s eminent British composers. Since the second half of 1980s he has gained considerable international recognition. Regarded in some circles as a ‘British expressionist’, his music is, none-the-less without obvious stylistic reference points; rather the listener is inevitably drawn into an innovative and profound experience of poetry in sound.

The organizers are looking for a number of high quality presentations on Holt’s music, whether in the form of analysis on particular works, exploration in broader terms of the new territories his music maps out or contextual studies that relate the music to current theoretical and philosophical positions on the music of today.

Proposals should be presented in the first place in the form of 300 – 400 word abstracts, accompanied by brief biographical notes on the contributor.

Proposals are to be submitted by March 22th 2013 by email to:

 martin.glover@uwl.ac.uk

Tel: +44  (0) 208 280 0225

or by post:

Dr. Martin Glover
London College of Music
Room 302
University of West London
St. Mary Road
London
W5  5RF
UK

Expressions of Britishness – Music and the Arts in the Twentieth Century

A one-day conference at the Institute of Musical Research,
London, in association with the RMA and CHOMBEC.
11th January 2013, Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

Keynote speaker: Simon McVeigh

The draft programme and booking from are available at http://music.sas.ac.uk/events/conferences

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[Original CFP]

A one-day conference at the Institute of Musical Research,
London, in association with the RMA and CHOMBEC.
11th January 2013.
Papers are invited for a one-day conference to be held in January 2013, exploring relationships between music, the arts and the politics of national identity in twentieth-century Britain. Is it possible to evoke notions or concepts of national identity in music? Did the twentieth century present specific problems for musicians, authors, artists or other people involved in the arts? In what ways did the political and military conflicts of the twentieth century have an impact upon the ideologies and aesthetics of art?
We particularly welcome papers that seek to place music and other art-forms within their social, cultural, political or economic contexts. Papers are welcomed from all scholars, including postgraduate and early stage researchers.
Abstracts of 300 words (for 20-minute papers) should be submitted by the 30th of September to Jane.Angell.2009@live.rhul.ac.uk.
For any other queries please contact:
b.wolf@rhul.ac.uk or eleanor.valentine.2008@live.rhul.ac.uk