Posted on 13th February 2015 by Shay Loya in CFPs, Uncategorized
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School of Music
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA
25-27 February 2016
Keynote speakers: Simon Morrison (Princeton University) and Richard Taruskin (UC Berkeley)
Invited composer: Gabriel Prokofiev (London, UK)
Lecture-recital: Frederic Chiu, piano
The School of Music of Louisiana State University (LSU) is pleased to announce Symposium on Prokofiev and the Russian Tradition.
The present conference aims to expand our current knowledge and understanding of not only the music of Prokofiev but also of Russian music, its traditions, its influences, and its continued legacy (in both Russia and in the West). The conference committee is particularly interested in receiving paper proposals on subjects that have received little attention in English-language scholarship.
The program committee invites proposals on any aspect of Sergei Prokofiev’s music (both analytical and/or historical), as well as the following themes:
- Russian school of pianism
- Prokofiev’s legacy
- music of Scriabin, Rachmaninov, and Shostakovich
- Soviet film music
- Soviet repressed, avant-garde music
- folk elements in Soviet music
- Russian theoretical thought in twentieth-century music
- performance and analysis in Russian music
All proposals should be submitted no later than Friday 27 February 2015 by email at . Any questions can be directed to Inessa Bazayev , the director of the event.
For detailed guidelines for paper submissions, please visit our website: http://wp.music.lsu.edu/prokofiev/.
The working language of the conference will be English.
Posted on 9th August 2012 by David Bretherton in Music Analysis, SMA
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The provisional programme for September’s celebratory ‘Cerebration’ is now available at http://www.sma.ac.uk/event/a-cerebration-of-analysis/.
Posted on 29th May 2012 by Shay Loya in CFPs
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In recent decades practice in the notation and performance of new music has continued to innovate and experiment. The nature of notation, its functions and uses as well as performers’ approaches to realisation and interpretation seem as open-ended as ever. In the digital age the dialogue between composer, notation and performer remains vital, and the collaborative process continues to take many forms.
This INTIME (Interrogations into Music Experimentation) 2012 symposium seeks to discuss and theorise current practice in these areas as well as to deepen our understandings of existing repertoires and traditions within new music, such as experimentalism and minimalism.
The organizers invite presentations on the theme of notation in new music and the relationships between it and composition, collaboration and performance, all understood in their widest sense. Abstracts are welcome from researchers and practitioners for papers in fields such as, but not limited to, music composition, music performance, musicology, music history, music analysis and theory, ethnomusicology, music psychology, the philosophy of music and music education.
See full text: Notations: composer/performer dialogue
Online submission at www.coventry.ac.uk/intime
Further information, conference booking, and submission details at www.coventry.ac.uk/intime
Posted on 17th February 2011 by David Bretherton in Reviews, SMA
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The second SMA, IMR, Wiley-Blackwell Summer School in Music Analysis took place at the University of Durham on 20–24 September 2010, concluding with a symposium entitled ‘New Perspectives on Musical Form‘. The organisers were Michael Spitzer and Jo Buckley.
Please find below reviews of the event by Helen Thomas and Matthew Ward, which can also be found in Newsletter No. 35 (January 2011) (PDF).
By Helen Thomas
The SMA’s International Summer School aims to provide postgraduate participants with an advanced analytical toolkit for use in their research and teaching, and a forum for the exchange of ideas at an international level. It was launched last year in collaboration with the IMR and Wiley-Blackwell, the publishers of Music Analysis. Good news travels fast and this year 32 students from North America, Europe, the Middle-East, Asia and Australasia gathered in Durham for an intensive week of seminars and plenary sessions culminating in a symposium on ‘New Perspectives on Musical Form’. » Read more: 2 Reviews: Music Analysis Summer School 2010