The Royal Musical Association Music and Philosophy Study Group was first established in May 2010, after a Royal Musical Association Study Day (in association with the British Society of Aesthetics) on the topic of Music and Philosophy, held at King’s College London on 20th February 2010. Following its founding, our first event was a symposium on ‘What can science tell us about musical meaning?‘, held at King’s College London on 10th Nov 2010.
Our aim is the following: To provide a distinctive, long-term forum offering opportunities for those with an interest in music and philosophy to share and discuss their work, in the hope of furthering dialogue in this area.
We plan to work towards this goal through four courses of activity:
(i) Multi-day conferences
(ii) A series of smaller events
(iii) A presence at other events
(iv) An on-line presence centered around a website and mailing list
The Group was formed in the wake of a Royal Musical Association Study Day (in association with the British Society of Aesthetics) on the topic of Music and Philosophy, held at King’s College London on the 20th February 2010.
Férdia Stone-Davis, Chair
Jeremy Coleman, Secretary and Communications
Matthew Pritchard, Events Coordinator
Andrew Huddleston, Treasurer
Friedlind Riedel, Digital Media Editor
Alexander Douglas, Communications and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Martin Stokes, Advisory Member
Derek Matravers, Advisory Member
Naomi Waltham-Smith, Advisory Member
Hannah Capstick, Student Helper