Activities

This page lists forthcoming activities of the participating societies and of their European friends. Most of the entries link to a call for papers. A separate page lists these calls by date of the deadline. See the Archive for past activities.

Because of the pandemic, many activities have been postponed. The list below gives dates as avalable. More information can be found on the linked websites.

22 January 2022. The Formal Theory Study Group (FTSG) of the Society for Music Analysis invites postgraduates and early career researchers to attend our upcoming Study Day, “Form, Narrative, Drama and Text” to be held on online via Zoom. Please register your interest and direct any enquiries to admin@formenlehre.co.uk. The deadline for registration is Saturday 8 January 2022.

3 February 2022. Dr. Sebastian Wedler (University of Oxford), Rethinking Late Webern. Zoom Colloquium of the SMA. Zoom link on the Internet page of the colloquium.

12 March 2022, 11h UTC+1. Webinar organized by the Sociedad de Análisis y Teoría Musical (SATMUS): Sofía Martínez Villar. “El análisis auditivo de la música. Límites y fronteras del oído musical”.

12-13 March 2022. Rhythm, International Conference of the Dutch-Flemish Society for Music Theory. Call for papers.

12-13 March 2022. Scriabin@150 Conference and Celebration. Scott Music Centre, Queen Anne’s School, 6 Henley Road, Caversham, Berkshire, RG4 6DX. Deadline for submissions 1 November 2021. Call for papers.

28-30 March 2022. Declinazioni del rischio. Per un’archeologia degli immaginari estetico-letterari dal Novecento ad oggi / Déclinaisons du risque – Une archéologie des imaginaires esthético-littéraires du vingtième siècle à nos jours, international conference, Torino University. Call for papers.

31 March 2022. Prof. Kofi Agawu (CUNY), title t. b. c. Zoom Colloquium of the SMA. Zoom link on the Internet page of the colloquium.

7 April 2022. Prof. Nicole Biamonte (McGill), Current Issues in Popular-Music Analyses. Zoom Colloquium of the SMA. Zoom link on the Internet page of the colloquium.

5 May 2022. Dr. Nancy Murphy (Assistant Prof., Houston), Times-A-Changin’: Flexible Meter as Self-Expression in Singer-Songwriter music. Zoom Colloquium of the SMA. Zoom link on the Internet page of the colloquium.

7 May 2022, 11h UTC+1. Webinar organized by the Sociedad de Análisis y Teoría Musical (SATMUS): Rubén López Cano. “Semiótica, hermenéutica y análisis musical.”

20 May 2022. Convergence. Seminar on multisensory approaches in artistic performance
and interactions. Royal Conservatoire Antwerp (Belgium). Call for papers.

2 June 2022. Dr Cecilia Oinas (Sibelius Academy, Helsinki), Together in Performance: Examining (the) Pitch-Based Bonding in Ensemble Playing. Zoom Colloquium of the SMA. Zoom link on the Internet page of the colloquium.

14-17 June 2022. Seventh International Conference on Analytical Approaches to World Music and Tenth International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, University of Sheffield, UK. Call for papers.

15-19 June 2022. 15th International Congress on Musical Signification, Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya in Barcelona. Postponed from 1-5 September 2021.

17-20 June 2022. Twelfth Biennal International Conference on Music Since 1900. Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Call for papers.

7 July 2022. Prof Joseph Straus (CUNY), Music and Disability (working title). Zoom Colloquium of the SMA. Zoom link on the Internet page of the colloquium.

11-12 July 2022. The France: Musiques, Cultures, 1789-1914 network will meet in Venice, at the Palazzetto Bru Zane: Centre de Musique Romantique Française, San Polo, 2368, 30125 Venezia VE, Italy. Information may be obtained from m.everist@southampton.ac.uk.

3-5 September 2022. The Institutes of Popular Music of both Rochester and Liverpool, together with the Society for Music Analysis, are pleased to announce their first Summer School dedicated to popular music theory and analysis. The deadline for applications is January 15th 2022. For details and application form, please visit https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/music/events/popular-music-theory-analysis-summer-school/

8-10 September 2022. Royal Musical Association 58th Annual Conference, Durham University. Call for papers.

30 September – 2 October 2022. Modelle, 22th Annual Congress of the Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie, Salzburg. Details to be announced.

7-9 October 2022. Interdisciplinarity of Music Theory: Knowledge of Music between History, Poetics, Theories, and Criticism, 14th Biennial International Conference on Music Theory and Analysis, Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade (Serbia). Call for papers. Proposals deadline: April 15, 2022.

[16 May 2020]. Low End Theories: Understanding Bass Music and Culture. Joint BFE/RMA Study Day, University of Bristol, UK. Postponed to late 2021 or early 2022.

If you want to announce a European activity in the field of music theory and/or analysis, write us at europeanmusictheory [at] gmail.com

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