Category Archives: Conference

CfP: Staging Witches: Gender, Power, and Alterity in Music, San Antonio, 31 Oct 2018

CFP: Staging Witches: Gender, Power, and Alterity in Music AMS San Antonio One-Day Pre-Conference 31 October 2018 This one-day Pre-Conference, to be held in advance of the annual meeting of the AMS in San Antonio, aims to explore the witch in opera, musical theater, film, video games, and media that visually and sonically represent witches, interrogating alterity and non-normativity of …Read more »


KTU STATE CONSERVATORY 3rd INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AND DANCE STUDIES SYMPOSIUM 17-20 OCTOBER 2018, TRABZON, TURKEY   3rd International Music and Dance Studies Symposium will be held by Karadeniz Technical University State Conservatory between the dates of 17-20 October 2018 at KTU Prof. Dr. Osman Turan Culture and Congress Centre in Trabzon, Turkey. The aim of the symposium is to create …Read more »

CfP (REMINDER): IRMT New Zealand Annual Conference, Dunedin (NZ), 21st – 25th January 2019, DUE 5 MAY 2018

EXTENDED DEADLINE: Submissions due 5pm NZT Saturday 5 May 2018   The Institute of Registered Music Teachers New Zealand Annual Conference 21st – 25th January 2019 Otago University, St Margaret’s College, Dunedin, New Zealand Southern Themes and Variations The Institute of Registered Music Teachers New Zealand Annual Conference January 2019 invites participants to consider the challenges, present and future, of teaching music in the twenty-first …Read more »

CFP: Doctors in Performance, Vilnius, Sep 2018

Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre invites artistic research performers at doctoral and post-doctoral levels to take part in ‘Doctors in Performance’, the 3rd festival conference of music performance and artistic research. The event will take place in Vilnius, on September 4-6, 2018. Keynote presenters: Professor Dr JOHN RINK (University of Cambridge) Professor VYKINTAS BALTAKAS (Lithuanian Academy of Music and …Read more »

Conference – Music between China and the West in the Age of Discovery

Music between China and the West in the Age of Discovery When: May 14-16, 2018 Where: The Chinese University of Hong Kong Details: The Department of Music at The Chinese University of Hong Kong is pleased to announce the conference „Music between China and the West in the Age of Discovery.“ Over two dozen speakers from throughout Greater China and the West will present …Read more »

CfP: Sound and Music in the Prism of Sound Studies. 24.-26. Januar 2019, Paris

Call for papers – Sound and Music in the Prism of Sound Studies International Conference – 24-26 January 2019, Paris Sound and Music in the Prism of Sound Studies Organised by the CRAL (UMR 8566-EHESS/CNRS) and the CNSMDP Sponsored by PSL University and Columbia University (Department of Music/Center for Ethnomusicology) Call for papers (Deadline: June 15 2018) Research on sound and …Read more »

CfP: Rethinking Amateurism – American Musicological Society Popular Music Study Group – November 1, 2018 San Antonio, TX

Call for Papers “Rethinking Amateurism” American Musicological Society Popular Music Study Group Submission deadline: April 30, 2018 Conference Date: Thursday, November 1, 2018 San Antonio, TX oups/pmsg/events.html Keynote Speaker: Karl Hagstrom Miller (University of Virginia) The theme of this year’s AMS Popular Music Study Group paper session is “Rethinking Amateurism.” In popular music, the distinction between an “amateur” and “professional” musician is blurry at …Read more »

Conference: 2018 Pop Conference – Programm ist jetzt aufrufbar

WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE? MUSIC AND GENDER APRIL 26–29, 2018 Popular music can voice or challenge gender assumptions, whether it’s drag queen crooners of the 1930s, Britney Spears as feminine ideal, or Muddy Waters and Bruce Springsteen as the workingman hero. Pop music also often serves as a haven for gender-fluid groundbreakers like Annie Hindle, Little Richard, and, more …Read more »

CfA: „(E)valuating Transnational Music Practices: Space, Diversity, and Exchange”

(E)valuating Transnational Music Practices: Space, Diversity, and Exchange June 14 & June 15, 2018, at the Senatssaal (Mercatorhaus), University of Duisburg-Essen (Campus Duisburg) The working language will be English. The deadline for applications is April 2, 2018. Applications should include an abstract of not more than 300 words and a short CV. The applicants will receive notification regarding the acceptance …Read more »

CfP: GfPM Conference „(Dis-)Orientations of Popular Music, Oldenburg, 16.-18. November 2018

28th Conference of the German Society for Popular Music Studies (GfPM): (Dis-) Orientations of Popular Music Department of Music, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany 16–18 November 2018 In Queer Phenomenology, Sara Ahmed describes orientation as a fundamental function of human experience. Significances of orientation range from inclinations and attitudes to processes of physical and spatial direction. In their multiple dimensions, orientations condition the …Read more »

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