CFP (conf): 'Musicology after Postmodernism': Critical Theory for Musicology Study Day

‘Musicology after Postmodernism’: Critical Theory for Musicology Study Day Call for Papers In association with the Royal Musical Association and the Institute of Musical Research 2nd July 2016, Senate House, University of London Keynote Speaker: Professor James Currie (State University of New York at Buffalo) In recent decades, the postmodern turn in musicological scholarship has […]

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CFP (conf): Essence and Context: A Conference Between Music and Philosophy

INTERNATIONAL MUSICOLOGICAL CONFERENCE Essence and Context: A Conference Between Music and Philosophy Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (Tilto g. 16, Vilnius, LITHUANIA) 31st August — 3rd September 2016 Keynote speakers include: •Professor PAUL BOGHOSSIAN (New York University) •Professor VYTAUTAS LANDSBERGIS (Lithuania) •Professor JERROLD LEVINSON (University of Maryland) •Professor TAMARA LEVITZ (UCLA, Los Angeles) •Professor […]

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CFP (conf): RMA Music and/as Process Study Group 4th Annual Conference

2 July 2016, Bath Spa University with the support of the Centre for Musical Research at Bath Spa University This year the Music and/as Process study group extends its focus to collective working practices which involve group decision making as part of the composition process, rehearsal, or performance. The day will include practice-led presentations, workshops, […]

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CFP (conf): Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity

1st Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity 17-19 June 2016 University of Huddersfield Submissions can cover both theoretical and/or practical aspects of computer simulation of musical creativity. Interdisciplinary proposals at the intersection of music, computer science, psychology and philosophy are welcome. Topics of interest may include, but are not limited to: Computer Systems systems capable […]

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CFP (study day): Arrangements, performance and the work concept 1700-1900

Arrangements, performance and the work concept 1700-1900 15th June 2015, Senate House Library, London Musical arrangements have rarely been studied, although they problematize the ontological identity of the musical work as well as the notion of authorship, contributing to the debates that currently emerge when performance is conceptualized as a source of meaning. This study day […]

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