Department of Music, City UniversityFriday 12th November 2021 Deadline for proposals: September 6th 2021 Keynote Speaker: Michiel Schuijer (Conservatorium van Amsterdam) The SMA’s annual Theory and Analysis Graduate Students (TAGS) Conference will be hosted by the Department of Music at City University on Friday 12th November, 2021. The event provides a supportive and friendly environment in which postgraduates […]
It is with great pleasure that the SMA is finally able to announce the inaugural winner of the Pascall Medal (2020), James Hepokoski (Henry L. and Lucy G. Moses Professor Emeritus of Music, Yale University). Award citation Few scholars can hope to make a truly signal contribution to their field within an academic discipline, but […]
SMA Study Day Video Podcasts “Teaching Music Theory in the Digital Age” Please scroll to view these podcasts or click the links to jump to a specific podcast. Mark Gotham “Working in Harmony” Sarah Moynihan “Sonata Theory Pedagogy: The Sonata Type Tree” Daniel Elphick “Accessibility of Music Theory and Online Learning” Ryaan Ahmed “Artusi and […]
(Friday 26th March, 2021) Register for free The Society for Music Analysis, in collaboration with the University of Liverpool, is delighted to present this one-day, online study event which aims to examine the ways in which music theory and analysis are communicated in online spaces. The schedule of presentations and video essays can be found […]
Study Day: “Teaching Music Theory in the Digital Age” Organisers: Kenneth Smith, John Moore (Liverpool) Call for Contributions The last two decades of unprecedented technological advancement have irrevocably changed the way we live. The so-called ‘digital age’ has affected every conceivable aspect of our working and personal lives and these developments are showing few signs […]
The SMA Trustees and Officers are launching two mentoring schemes for women, which can be read about in the PDF below.
Dear all, We would like to invite you to participate in an online SMA workshop, “COVID-19 and Music Analysis: Impacts, Progression and Prospects”, on Saturday 25 July 2020. We have invited three speakers who are at different stages of their academic career (a recently graduated holder of a PhD, an academic with around 5 years […]