musicologie  dimanche 26 janvier 2020.

19th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music

Birmingham, 15-19 July 2020.

The 19th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music will be hosted by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire (Birmingham City University, UK) from Wednesday 15 July to Sunday 19 July 2020.

The conference committee invites proposals for:

° Individual papers of 20 minutes in duration (followed by questions and discussion)

° Lecture-recitals of 30 minutes in duration (followed by questions and discussion)

° Themed and round-table sessions of 90 minutes in duration, including discussion

° Poster presentations

Proposals in any area of Baroque music (c.1600–c.1750) are welcome. Given the setting in a conservatoire, those that relate to performance and performance practice would be particularly appreciated. All presentations must be given in English.

The committee actively wishes to encourage doctoral and early career researchers to participate. To this end a number of fee waivers will be made available to both PhD students and to post-docs (up to two years since graduation) without institutional affiliation. The awards will be given to those proposals considered by the Organising committee to be the strongest: applicants should indicate when submitting their proposal that they wish to be considered for the scheme. (For further details see the Guidance Notes available). All doctoral students, regardless of whether or not they apply for a fee waiver, must also include a letter of recommendation from their supervisor; all post-doc researchers applying to the fee-waiver scheme must include a supporting statement from an established academic familiar with their work.

The deadline for receipt of abstracts is midnight (UK time) on Friday 17 January 2020.

Individuals may submit one proposal in the form of an abstract of not more than 250 words (individual papers, lecture-recitals, poster presentations), or not more than 350 words (round-table sessions). For lecture-recitals please also attach the repertoire and a sample recording.

The abstract should be preceded by information under the following headings:

° Name
° Institution (where applicable)
° Postal address
° Phone
° E-mail Address
° Presentation type (paper, lecture-recital, round table, poster)
° For doctoral students only: a letter of recommendation from a supervisor must be included

Abstracts should be emailed to Dr Carrie Churnside ( by attachment (MS word file or .rtf format are required). Please back up the attachment with a plain-text version in the main email.

Organising Committee : Carrie Churnside (Chair), Martin Perkins, Helen Roberts, Graham Sadler, Jamie Savan, Jeffrey Skidmore, Shirley Thompson, Colin Timms, John Whenham.

Programme Committee : Rebekah Ahrendt, Gergely Fazekas, Giulia Giovani, Massimiliano Guido, Alan Howard, Rebecca Herissone, David Irving, Theodora Psychoyou, Robert Rawson, Michael Robertson, Stephen Rose, Yo Tomita, David Vickers

Guidance notes and an application form for our fee waiver scheme for doctoral and early career researchers can be found here.


À propos - contact |  S'abonner au bulletinBiographies de musiciens Encyclopédie musicaleArticles et études | La petite bibliothèque | Analyses musicales | Nouveaux livres | Nouveaux disques | Agenda | Flux RSS | Petites annonces | Téléchargements | Presse internationale | Colloques & conférences | Universités françaises | Collaborations éditoriales | Soutenir
56 rue de la Fédération
93100 Montreuil
☎ 06 06 61 73 41
ISNN 2269-9910



Dimanche 26 Janvier, 2020