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EVENT: The Rest Is Noise. Festival of 20th-Century Music

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The first half of Southbank Centre’s “The Rest Is Noise”, year-long festival of 20th-century music goes on sale on Thursday 29 November. From January to December 2013 we will be exploring the history, art,politics and science of the 20th century and their impact on composers and their work.

EVENT (conf): Music and Christian Scholarship

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INVITATION: CONFERENCE ON MUSIC AND CHRISTIAN SCHOLARSHIP YALE 2013 The Forum on Music and Christian Scholarship (FMCS) invites everyone to join us for our Conference in 2013, New Haven, Connecticut.  The meeting will be held during THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 – SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2013 sponsored by the YALE INSTITUTE OF SACRED MUSIC.  Prof. Jeremy S. Begbie, Thomas A. Langford Research...

EVENT: A Cerebration of Analysis

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A Cerebration of Analysis 21st-22nd September 2012, Institute of Musical Research, London This year, Music Analysis is thirty years old, and the Society for Music Analysis turns twenty one. In honour of this double anniversary, the SMA is holding a symposium titled ‘A Cerebration of Analysis’ at London’s Institute of Musical Research, September 21-22, featuring Julian Horton, John Koslovsky...

EVENT (conf): Musical Perspectives

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Musical Perspectives. Conference Announcement The workshop aims to discuss the different possible approaches to music: it being an abstract art, music can be related to the different forms of expression of the human thought and, as consequence, it can be differently investigated according to the chosen mode: a phenomenological, artistic, aesthetical or epistemological one, and so on. By doing so...

EVENT: Conference on Music & Shape

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Conference on Music & Shape London, Institute of Musical Research and King’s College London, 12-14 July 2012 Booking is open until 1 June for accommodation at the Music & Shape conference. Please be sure to book your rooms by this date by emailing music@sas.ac.uk. The wide-ranging programme includes keynote speaker Rolf-Inge Godøy, three lecture-recitals (voice, piano, harpsichord)...

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