In implicit dialogue with the ‘search for tradition’ of New Zealand Musicological Society’s annual conference in 2015, this year we invite participants to consider musical and cultural paths of the present and future, in both New Zealand and international contexts. We particularly welcome submissions that address, directly and indirectly, the following themes:
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Contemporary and Future Paths in Music Performance, Composition and Analysis

19-20 novembre 2016 , Hamilton (NZ)

New Zealand Musicological Society Annual Conference, University of WaikatoDeadline: 5pm NZT Friday 29 July 2016
University of Waikato Conservatorium of Music, Hamilton, New Zealand 

In implicit dialogue with the ‘search for tradition' of New Zealand Musicological Society's annual conference in 2015, this year we invite participants to consider musical and cultural paths of the present and future, in both New Zealand and international contexts. We particularly welcome submissions that address, directly and indirectly, the following themes:

New and innovative areas of musicological, ethnomusicological, performative, and compositional enquiry (with all strands broadly conceived)

Ruptures, divergences and deviations from tradition

The significance and/or future of labels such as ‘New Zealand music' in a globalised, 21st-century world

We also welcome papers on other musicology, ethnomusicology, performance and composition-related topics.

Submission Types

Individual Papers (20 minute papers with 10 minutes discussion time)
Maximum length: 250 words

Group Sessions (1.5 - 2 hours)

Maximum length: 150 words for a rationale, and 150 words for each constituent proposal

Panel Discussions (1 - 1.5 hours) : Maximum length: 500 words

Please add a cover page to all submissions that includes the following information: paper title, type of proposal, A/V or piano requirements, and all authors' contact, institutional, and affiliation details; please leave any identifying details of subsequent pages of the submission to ensure a blind review. Complete submissions should be emailed as a PDF to nzmusicology2016 -at- gmail.com.

For full CFP information, see Questions about any aspects of the conference can be directed to Nick Braae (University of Waikato), braae.nick -at- gmail.com

 

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