Category Archives: Events

Event: Workshop “New formats of concerts to involve more (young and diverse) audience in the venues”.

LIVE STYLE EUROPE WORKING GROUP This working group gathers Live DMA’s expert members around the topic of “New formats of concerts to involve more (young and diverse) audience in the venues”. It will take place in Rennes (France) from the 6th to the 8th of December besides the Transmusicales festival. From new audience uses to new concert formats, working group …Read more »

CfP: Ambient@40. 23-24.02 @ University of Huddersfield

Ambient@40 Call for Proposals Deadline: 17.00 (GMT), Friday 5th January 2018.   In the forty years since the release of Brian Eno’s Music for Airports the concept and aesthetics of ambient music have proliferated, influencing artists as diverse as Taylor Deupree, Steven Wilson, David Lynch and The Orb, infusing drone, microsound, minimalism and experimental electronic music as well as aspects …Read more »

Event: Writing as Performing Pop. A Conversation with Simon Reynolds @ HU-Berlin

Writing as Performing Pop. A Conversation with Simon Reynolds Panel with Sonja Eismann (Missy Magazine) and Bodo Mrozek (ZZF Potsdam) Moderation: Stefanie Alisch Introduction by Dahlia Borsche and Fabian Holt DJ Marc Weiser (Palais Wittgenstein)   Dezember 2017 Medientheater der HU-Berlin, Georgenstr. 47, 10117 Berlin doors 19.00 panel 20.00-23:00 organized by: Lehrgebiet für Geschichte und Theorie der Populären Musik Lehrgebiet …Read more »

One-Day Seminar: CULTURAL POPULISM, THEN AND NOW

CULTURAL POPULISM, THEN AND NOW: The work of Jim McGuigan Friday 1 December 2017, 10:45-6pm Northampton Suite, University Building, City, University of London, Northampton Square EC1V 0HB Free but please register here: https://www.city.ac.uk/events/2017/december/cultural-populism-then-and-now Speakers include: Stuart Allan (Professor of Journalism and Communication, Cardiff University) Ros Brunt (Research Fellow in Media Studies, Sheffield Hallam University) Kate Lacey (Professor of Media History …Read more »

CfP: ‘Here, There, Everywhere (& Nowhere): Musical Perspectives on Migration, Networks and Borders’

‘Here, There, Everywhere (& Nowhere): Musical Perspectives on Migration, Networks and Borders’ Senate House, London Friday 6th April 2018, 10am- 5pm   Join us for a one-day collaborative research event organised by The University of Gloucestershire’s Music and Media Department in association with The Institute of Musical Research and the School of Advanced Study, University of London.   In the …Read more »

Conference – Here, There, Everywhere

‘Here, There, Everywhere (& Nowhere): Musical Perspectives on Migration, Networks and Borders’ Senate House, London Friday 6th April 2018, 10am- 5pm Join us for a one-day collaborative research event organised by The University of Gloucestershire’s Music and Media Department in association with The Institute of Musical Research and the School of Advanced Study, University of London. In the context of …Read more »

Veranstaltungshinweis

Seminarbesuch mit anschließendem Talk und Konzert mit Hugo Race und Michelangelo Russo an der Universität Paderborn. RACE AND RUSSO

Creole Festival 2017 in Hannover

Das Center for World Music in Hildesheim lädt zur Eröffnungsfeier am 09.11.2017 ein. Interessierte schicken eine private Mitteilung an das Facebook-Profil des Centers. Weitere Infos zum Festival hier: CREOLE FESTIVAL

CfP: Research Networking Day – CTM Festival 2018 -TURMOIL

Research Networking Day In collaboration with Humboldt University’s Department of Musicology The Research Networking Day provides a platform to exchange ideas and experiences for students and researchers from different European graduate and postgraduate programmes traversing the fields of audio, arts, media, design and related theoretical disciplines. A yearly initiative co-organised with Humboldt University’s Department of Musicology, the RND sought submissions …Read more »

Event: Sounds Like Her Gender, Sound Art & Sonic Cultures October 14, 2017–January 3, 2018

Sounds Like Her Gender, Sound Art & Sonic Cultures October 14, 2017–January 3, 2018 Opening: October 13, 6–9pm New Art Exchange 39–41 Gregory Boulevard Nottingham NG7 6BE United Kingdom www.nae.org.uk Twitter / Instagram New Art Exchange presents Sounds Like Her, a major new  exhibition featuring seven international women artists: Ain Bailey (UK), Sonia Boyce MBE RA (UK), Linda O’Keeffe (Ireland/UK), …Read more »

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