vendredi 28 février 2014
Society for Eighteenth-Century Music, Sixth Biennial Conference
28 février-2 mars 2014, Bethlehem (PA)
Society for Eighteenth-Century Music, Sixth Biennial Conference, with the Haydn Society of North America
Deadline: September 1, 2013. Conference dates: February 28–March 2, 2014
The Society for Eighteenth-Century Music will hold its sixth biennial conference, together with the Haydn Society of North America, at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA, February 28–March 2, 2014. We welcome proposals for papers and other presentations on any aspect of music in the eighteenth century, and we seek to incorporate a variety of presentation types.
Presentations may be traditional papers of 25 minutes (35-minute slot), work-in-progress presentations of 10 minutes (20-minute slot), panels (45 minutes) or lecture recitals (up to 45 minutes). Preference will be given to those who did not present at the 2012 meeting in Charleston. For the work-in-progress session, preference will be given to students and scholars in the early stages of their careers.
All presenters must be members of SECM or the Haydn Society of North America.
Students are encouraged to apply for the Sterling Murray Award for Student Travel; the application form and further information may be found at www.secm.org. The application deadline is November 1, 2013. The SECM Student Paper Award will be given to a student member for an outstanding paper presented at the conference.
Your proposal (250 words) must be submitted as an e-mail attachment by September 1, 2013, to the chair of the program committee, Karen Hiles (karenldr2009 at gmail.com). Only one submission per author will be considered. Please provide a cover sheet and proposal in separate documents. The cover sheet should contain your name, e-mail address, phone number, and proposal title; if you are a student, please indicate this and provide the name of your school. The proposal should contain only the title, abstract, and audio-visual needs. The committee's decision will be announced by mid October.
History, Theory, and Analysis : Interactions, Conflicts, Resolutions
28 février-1er mars 2014, La Haye.
Joint meeting of the Dutch-Flemish Society for Music Theory (VvM), the Royal Society for Music History of the Netherlands (KvNM), and the Royal Society for Music History of Belgium (KVMG)
Dates: February 28 - March 1, 2014
Venue: Royal Conservatory of The Hague (The Netherlands)
Deadline: November 1, 2013
The Dutch-Flemish Society for Music Theory (VvM), together with the Royal Society for Music History of the Netherlands (KvNM) and the Royal Society for Music History of Belgium (KVMG), will hold a joint meeting February 28 and March 1, 2014, at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague (The Netherlands). In the spirit of an event that brings these three societies together, we invite proposals for individual papers, sessions, and workshops that explore present-day and historical interactions between music history, music analysis, and music theory from cultural, pedagogical, and institutional perspectives.
Sessions, papers, and workshops that bring music and cultural historians into contact with music theorists are particularly welcome, as are individual contributions that seek to bridge the gaps that exist between the sub-disciplines of (historical) musicology and music theory.
Topics for sessions, papers, or workshops may include (but are not limited to) :
a session or joint paper that engages a specific piece of music or a current issue in the field, one which involves the perspective of a musicologist and that of a music theorist, in an attempt to expose a point of conflict or of cohesion between the disciplines;
a session or paper that confronts conflicting perspectives between present-day musicology and music theory;
a session or paper that problematizes the separation between “music theory” and “musicology” in contemporary institutional structures, from both European and North American perspectives a pedagogically-oriented workshop that shows how history, theory, and analysis can work together in the classroom
Proposals for individual presentations of 30 minutes (including Q&A) should be no more than 300 words; session and workshop proposals of 60 or 120 minutes should be no more than 750 words. Papers may be submitted in Dutch, English, or German. In addition, each proposal should include a biographical note of ca. 150 words per presenter. Proposals and biographies should be sent as an MS-Word document to john.koslovsky at ahk.nl. The deadline is November 1, 2013. Presenters will be notified by December 1.
Meeting info will be posted in due course:
Teaching Music Theory Through Popular Culture / Enseigner la musicale par l'entremise de la culture populaire
Ottawa, 28 février 2014
Call for Papers (Deadline Extended): The University of Ottawa Graduate Music Student Society is pleased to announce its 2014 annual Graduate Music Colloquium, to be held at Perez Hall on Friday, February 28th.
The colloquium will feature an address by keynote speaker Nicole Biamonte from McGill University. Dr. Biamonte's paper, "Teaching Music Theory Through Popular Culture / Enseigner la musicale par l'entremise de la culture populaire," will illustrate several traditional music theory topics using musical examples from western art music, jazz and rock as well as visual analogues from cartoons and videogames.
The aim of the conference is to provide a congenial environment in which graduate students can present their research and form professional connections.
Graduate students in areas including, but not limited to musicology, music theory, piano pedagogy, performance practice and ethnomusicology are invited to submit proposals for papers or lecture recitals. Submissions should be submitted electronically and include a title and an abstract of a maximum length of 250 words in an attached file, in which neither the author's name or any other identifying information should be indicated. In the body of the email, please include your name, academic affiliation, contact information and any audio-visual requirements.
Papers should not exceed 20 minutes, and each presentation will be followed by a 10-minute period for questions and discussion. Colloquium papers may be in French or English.
The deadline for submissions has been extended to January 19, 2014. Please submit proposals by email to gmsa.aedm at gmail.com. .
For additional information, please contact Carolyn Watts at gmsa.aedm at gmail.com.
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(France musique) Tensions et menaces autour de l'Opéra de Rome
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