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CfP – Collegium Musicum Populare Amsterdam

Hier der aktuelle Call für das diesjährige CMP in Amsterdam Collegium Musicum Populare Juni 2017 Amsterdam    

Publikation: The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender

The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender, edited by Stan Hawkins (Routledge Press). https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Research-Companion-to-Popular-Music-and-Gender/Hawkins/p/book/9781472456830 A Facebook page has been established for the book:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1451066118236847/     Table of Contents 1. Introduction: Sensing Gender in Popular Music, Stan Hawkins PART 1 Masculinities, Femininities, Community and Transcultural Practice Overview, Stan Hawkins 2. Growing up to be a rapper? Justin Bieber’s duet with Ludacris …Read more »

Study day at the University of Surrey

STUDY DAY ON TEACHING AND CREATIVITY IN POPULAR MUSIC: CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS   A one-day study day to be hosted at the University of Surrey, Saturday 10 June 2017, as part of the London and South-East England 21st Century Music Practice Research Network.   The brave new world of the Teaching Excellence Framework, national league tables, and escalating tuition fees …Read more »

CfP: Raise Your Voice, Reeperbahn Festival Conference 2017

Call For Papers Reeperbahn Festival Conference 2017: Raise Your Voice We hereby open this year’s Call for Papers <http://mailings.infernoevents.com/c/26058413/c412a5129ae0-oltvh6>. Anybody who’d like to give a talk or present a project at Reeperbahn Festival Conference 2017 is now welcome to submit a proposal by 30 April 2017. Raise Your Voice – and Make a Difference <http://mailings.infernoevents.com/c/26058413/c412a5129ae0-oltvh6> By choosing this theme we …Read more »

Festival: “Sonification – Audible Data Streams” by the Berlin Society of New Music.

Open call for performances, compositions in the context of Sonification (extendet) For the Festival “Sonification – Audible Data Streams”  27 – 29th  October 2017 by the Berlin Society of New Music. Selected works will be premiered at the festival in Berlin (Villa Elizabeth). •   For percussion/objects, with or without live electronics. •   Live electronic equipment with maximum of 8 loudspeakers. …Read more »

CfP: Cultures of Capitalism – Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Conference 2017

For those considering attending the IASPM-ANZ conference this year, it’s worth noting that the Cultural Studies Association of Australasia (CSAA) is also hosting its annual conference at Massey University here in Wellington, from December 6-8 (IASPM-ANZ overlaps on the 6th). If you need more incentive to come to Wellington, this could be it. Cultures of Capitalism Cultural Studies Association of …Read more »

CfP: Interacting in and with music Sound, gesture, devices in contemporary electronic and electroacoustic music

Interacting in and with music Sound, gesture, devices in contemporary electronic and electroacoustic music 11-12 October 2017 – Université Rennes 2, France Keynote Speakers Mark J. Butler, Professor of Music theory and Cognition at Bienen School of Music, Northwestern, University, Chicago. Julia Kursell, Professor of Musicology at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Amsterdam Organizing Committee Bruno Bossis …Read more »

Conference: The 12th Art of Record Production Conference, Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Sweden

The 12th Art of Record Production Conference Mono: Stereo: Multi December 1 – 3, 2017 Hosted by the Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Sweden Why Mono: Stereo: Multi? Drawing on the both literal and metaphorical connections with the history of audio formats, the 2017 Art of Record Production conference explores a range of ways in which singularity, dichotomy and multiplicity …Read more »

CFP: IASPM-ANZ 2017 – Mixing Pop and Politics: Subversion, Resistance and Reconciliation in Popular Music

Mixing Pop and Politics: Subversion, Resistance and Reconciliation in Popular Music IASPM-ANZ 2017 Conference December 4-6, 2017 Massey University, Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand Forty years ago, the story goes, punk broke. Not for the first time, and not the last. History provides us with ample examples of the power of popular music to speak to, through, and against various political moments. …Read more »

CfP: New Book Serie: Popular Musics Matter: Social, Political and Cultural Interventions

Eoin Devereux, Aileen Dillane and Martin J. Power The Popular Musics Matter: Social, Political and Cultural Interventions series will publish internationally informed edited collections, monographs and textbooks which engage in the critical study of popular music performances (live and recorded), historical and contemporary popular music practitioners and artists, and participants and audiences for whom such musics embody aesthetic, cultural and …Read more »