Upcoming Meetings & Conferences

 

Conference announcements of interest to AIRS  (and submission deadlines, as available)

 2018 will see a plethora of relevant bi- or tri-annual international meetings (ICMPC, ISME, Music and Neuromusic V, International Association of Music and Medicine),  as well as annually held meetings (MIMM Neuromusic, Congress, CAMT, CPA, CSBBCS, OR and more). Members of AIRS are encouraged to take these opportunities to disseminate their work. 

Upcoming Conferences        Upcoming Choral Festivals

  • Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM18) will take place at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland on 17-20th October 2018. The theme of the conference will be "Meaning and Music". What does music mean? Where does its meaning come from? This conference involves all musicological subdisciplines and paradigms, and all musically relevant disciplines. Call for papers submission deadline has passed. More information here.    Link 

  • International Symposium on Universal Acoustical Communication 2018, featuring keynote lectures, poster session and satellite seminars for focused discussion on specific topics. October 22-24, 2018, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan.  Link

  • Acoustical Society of America 176th meeting, AWC18, 5-9 November, 2018, Victoria BC. For more information click here.  To contact Dr. Roberto Racca,  AWC2018 conference coordinator, please send an email to this address.  Link

  • The Music Research Nexus, The University of Georgia, Hugh Hodgson School of Music, Hip-Hop in the Golden Age, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University Bloomington , February 16-17, 2019. Call for Conference Proposals - Submissions sought: Research Paper Presentations and Research Poster. Submission deadline is November 2, 2018. Participants will be informed of the committee's decision no later than December 15, 2018. Inquiries About the Conference Proposal Should Be Directed To: Prof. Kyle Adams,  Link 

Upcoming Choral Festivals    Past Choral Festivals

 

Past Conferences

 

  • The 2018 Symposium on Research in Choral SingingBienen School of Music, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, September 14-15, 2018. The Symposium will combine diverse presentational formats with opportunities for in-depth conversation, inquiry, and consideration of future research directions. Keynote speaker will be Graham Welch (University College of London).   Link

  • The 19th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR 2018) will be held in Paris, France, from September 23-27, 2018. SMIR is the world’s leading research forum on processing, analyzing, searching, organizing and accessing music-related data. Call for paper here and information related to submission here.   Link 

  • Open Repositories 2018June 4-7, 2018, Montana State University, Boseman, Montana USA. Bringing together users and developers of open digital repository platforms from higher education, government, galleries, libraries, archives and museums, the Conference provides an interactive forum for delegates from around the world to come together and explore the global challenges and opportunities facing libraries and the broader scholarly information landscape.   Link

  • The Progressive Methods Conference, Western University, June 6-9, 2018, is a new initiative designed to bring together researchers, practitioners and others interested in addressing (or exploring) progressive methods in popular music in education.  This event will also launch the Canadian Network for Popular Music Education.  Submission deadline has expired.

  • The Mayday Group will host its 30th Symposium: Understanding the Role of Cirriculum in Contemorary Learning Communities at Western University, London, Ontario between June 6-9, 2018.  The Symposium is hosted this year by the Don Wright Faculty of Music. Find out more here .  Submission deadline has expired.

  • 3rd Musicians´ Health and Performance Conference in Helsinki, June 14-16, 2018. Musicians, health care professionals, professionals in music administration and students are welcome to attemd.   Link 

  • 3rd AES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, Music Induced Hearing Disorders will be held at Columbia College, Chicago Illinois, June 20–22, 2018. This conference intends to bring international focus on technological options for safer music exposure, such as hearing protection strategies and technology, conditions for populations at risk and risk behaviors, methods for sound exposure monitoring and assessment of hearing, among others. Proposal Submission deadline has expired.   Link  

  • ICAP2018,  International Congress of Applied Psychology & the Canadian Psychological Association's 79th Annual General Meeting, June 26-30, Montreal.  Annabel Cohen will be giving presentations at this Conference on June 28: Caleb Moore and Annabel J. Cohen, Music and Singing at summer camp: A developmental analysis.    Link 

  • The International Symposium on Singing and Song is happening as a back-to--back event with Podium 2018 on June 27-29, 2018. This Symposium is hosted by The Singing Network and will bring together scholars, performers and pedagogues, representing diverse disciplines, to share international perspectives, research and practices associated with singing and song. Proposal submissions are invited that address multi-faceted contexts of singing and song such as artistic, physiological, cultural, sociological, historical, pedagogical, compositional, psychological, medical… and beyond!  Submissions deadline has expired.   Link

  • Podium 2018: Singing from Sea to Sea to Sea, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, June 29-July 3, 2018.  Hosted by The Singing Network, The Podium 2018 National Steering Committee invites the submission of proposals for the presentation of Interest Sessions and Lecture-Recitals. Due date has expired.  A range of topics related to choral music will be considered, including (but not limited to) conducting and rehearsal strategies, choral/vocal music education, health and well-being, social justice, community music, choral repertoire, performance and artistic practices, composition, arts administration/management, interdisciplinarity of choral and other artistic forms, and applications of technologies in choral settings.  Link   Annabel Cohen will be making a research paper presentations at this Conference on June 29: Multisite interdisciplinary research in singing: The AIRS example.  Carol Beynon will also be presenting a research paper, on June 30: Take these broken wings and learn to fly: Tracking the learning and retention of singers with dementia in an intergenerational choral program, Carol Beynon, Kathy McNaughton, Western University. Full Conference program schedule can be found here 

  • Cognitive Futures in the Arts and Humanities 2018, 1-4 July, University of Kent, UK. Associated with the network Cognitive Futures in the Humanities the conference aims once again to bring together a wide array of papers from the cognitive sciences, philosophy, literary studies, linguistics, cultural studies, critical theory, film, performance, theatre and dance studies, the visual and sonic arts, musicology and beyond. Ssubmission deadline has expired.   Link

  • Workshop “Musical ‘Meaning’, Social Interaction, and Teleofunctionalism”, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
    Institute for Musicology and Media Science, Research Area “Systematic Musicology”, July 13-14, 2018. Given that theories of representational semantics are not readily applicable to music, this workshop addresses an alternative question, tying in with a different approach taken from the philosophy of mind: teleofunctionalism—namely, whether a musical event can be considered meaningful by virtue of having a certain kind of proper function. The workshop aims at an intensive discussion of the topic in a small group. Submissions focusing on your motivations for attending the workshop, of 300 words or less, should be sent in PDF format to jin.hyun.kim@hu-berlin.de by 30 April 2018. Invited participants may indicate their desire to present a poster; selected proposals addressing the topic of this workshop—in all its variety and complexity—might be integrated into the program of workshop as statements (talks). All applicants will be notified of their application outcome by mid-May 2018.    Link 

  • The Music Research Nexus, The University of Georgia,  Hugh Hodgson School of Music - Hip-Hop Music Ed Symposium, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, July 19-20, 2018. The event will bring together educators, musicians, and scholars to explore and experience Hip-Hop musicianship. Call for Submissions deadline has expired.    Link 

  • 15th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition - 10th triennial conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, ICMPC15/ESCOM10, 23-28 July 2018.  Conference will take place at four locations simultaneously: Graz (Austria), La Plata (Argentina), Montreal, and Sydney, Australia. Each hub will present selected materials from the other three hubs in real time and in parallel with live on-site presentations. Virtual audiences will participate in discussions, also in real time.  Deadline for abstract submission has expired.   Link  

  • The Unification of the Arts: Neurocognitive Perspectives on What the Arts Share and Why will be held Friday, May 11, 2018, 9:30 am - 5:00 pm at Council Chambers, Gilmour Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.People are encouraged to present research findings related to cognitive and/or neural aspects of any branch of the arts at a poster session taking place during the lunch break.  For further information, contact Steven Brown at stebro@mcmaster.ca  Link 

  • Together in Music: Expression, Performance and Communication in EnsemblesApril 12-14,  National Centre for Early Music, York,  UK.  Will explore ensemble music performance from different perspectives.  Link 

  • The University of Georgia, Hugh Hodgson School of Music, Conference to celebrate the centenary of Leonard Bernstein's birth: Public Music Discourse - In Honor of the Bernstein Centenary, March 2-3, 2018, University of South Carolina, Columbia SC, USA.   Link 

  • Researching Music – Education – Technology (MET2018), 26–27 March 2018, University of London.  Link 

  • 1st International Workshop on Multimodal Interaction for Education (MIE 2017)November 13, 2017, Glasgow, Scotland. This Workshop is to be held in the framework of the 19th ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI 2017), and aims at investigating how multimodal interactive systems, robustly grounded on psychophysical, psychological, and pedagogical bases, can be designed, developed, and exploited for enhancing teaching and learning processes in different learning environments, with a special focus on children in the classroom.  Link

  • 2nd Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical CreativityOpen University in Milton Keynes (UK), 11-13 Sept 2017. Keynote Speakers: Professor Elaine Chew, Queen Mary, University of London; Dr. Anna Jordanous, University of Kent. Computational simulation of musical creativity is an emerging, exciting and significant area of research. In the last few years, numerous systems that compose, improvise and perform music have been developed. These systems pose several theoretical and technical challenges, and are the result of an interdisciplinary effort that encompasses the domains of  music, artificial intelligence, cognitive science and philosophy.

    4th International Digital Libraries for Musicology workshop (DLfM 2017), Saturday 28th October 2017, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Shanghai, China. Proceedings to be published in ACM ICPS.   The Digital Libraries for Musicology (DLfM) workshop presents a venue specifically for those working on, and with, Digital Library systems and content in the domain of music and musicology. This includes Music Digital Library systems, their application and use in musicology, technologies for enhanced access and organisation of musics in Digital Libraries, bibliographic and metadata for music, intersections with music Linked Data, and the challenges of working with the multiple representations of music across large-scale digital collections such as the Internet Archive and HathiTrust.    Link  

  • The Society for Music perception and Cognition (SMPC)San Diego, CA. 30 July - 3 August, 2017.   Link

  • The Greater Good Science Center (GGSC) 2017 Summer Institute for Educators, University of California at Berkely, Clark Kerr Campus, June 25-30 OR July 16-21, 2017. This conference provides education professionals from all over the world the opportunity to expand their knowledge of the science of prosocial human development and, most importantly, to learn how the practical application of this science can be used to help them build classrooms and schools where both the students and adults thrive and where education becomes about more than just test scores and future job skills.  Link

  • 24th International Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV24), London from 23 - 27 July, 2017, by the the International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration (IIAV) and the Institute of Acoustics/UK (IOA). Scientists and engineers will share their latest research results and exchange ideas on theories, technologies and applications in the fields of acoustics and vibration.   Link

  • The Neurosciences and Music  - VI, 15-18 June 2017, Boston, Mass. Symposium.  Link 

  • Global Arts and Psychology Seminar (GAPS), 28-29 April 2017, Boston, Buenos Aires, Graz, Sheffield, Sydney. GAPS research will be presented by students at hubs in Boston (UTC/GMT-4 hours), Buenos Aires (-3), Sheffield (+1), Graz (+2), and Sydney (+10).  All talks will be live-streamed and recorded in YouTube.  Call for papers: Doctoral and advanced Master’s students who would like to present their research at GAPS are asked to create an account in EasyChair, here.  Doctoral and advanced Master’s students who would like to present their research at GAPS are asked to create an account in EasyChair, find this call for papers here, and enter a title of 50-150 characters (including spaces) and a structured abstract of 400-500 words. 

  • The 10th International Conference for Research in Music EducationApril 18-22, 2017, Bath Spa University, Bath, UK. The aim of the conference is to gather together researchers, teachers and practitioners to share and discuss research that is concerned with all aspects of teaching and learning in music: musical development, perception and understanding, creativity, learning theory, pedagogy, curriculum design, informal settings, music for special needs, technologies, instrumental teaching, teacher education, gender and culture. Music education is also viewed in the context of arts education, the whole curriculum and its sociocultural contexts. Keynote speakers to include: Professor Evert Bisschop Boele – Prince Claus Conservatoire, Groningen, Netherlands; Professor Patricia Shehan Campbell – University of Washington, USA; Professor Heidi Westerlund – Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts, Helsinki, Finland; Associate Professor Ruth Wright – Don Wright Faculty of Music, Western University, Canada.

  • The European Association of Cochlear Implant Users - EURO-CIU Symposium 2017Helsinki, Finland, 20-21 April.   Link  The topics are Health Economics, Music and Cognitive Development, Peer Support and Rehabilitation, Accessibility to Education, Multilingualism, and Design for All. We invite submission of short abstracts.

  • Conscious Cities Conference No. 2London UK, May 3, 2017, explores the connections between neuroscience, architecture, and technology.  

  • Association for Psychological ScienceBoston, 25-28 May 2017. Symposium submission deadline has expired. 

  • Interpersonal Entrainment in Music Performance - Open Workshop, Durham University, Stockton Road, Durham UK, 9th March 2017Workshop activities will include both presentations on the topic and the approach of the IEMP (Interpersonal Entrainment in Music Performance) project, and interactive sessions exploring particular areas of theory and analytical method, such as (a) entrainment analysis using audio onset data, (b) entrainment analysis using movement data extracted from video, and (c) discussion of the relationship between empirical analysis and ethnographic or contextual information. Expressions of interest from (typically) postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers should be sent to project administrator Jacky Pankhurst (jacqueline.pankhurst@durham.ac.uk) by 31st January 2017. Limited funds are available to support the travel of postgraduate students to attend the session: please indicate if you wish to be considered for a bursary.   

  • 12th Annual NeuroMusic Conference:  "The therapeutic nature of music across the lifespan",   The McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind.  November 10th, 2016, 9 am to 10 pm-  McMaster Innovation Park.  Link 

  • Music, Mind & Society,  September 12th, 2016, Ingram Hall, Vanderbilt University.  Program

  • Music and Lifelong Learning Symposium, October 13-15, 2016, Ithaca College, New York’s Finger Lakes Region, New York USA. Areas of research sought may feature (but are not limited to) research concerning adult music learning and participation, adult music literacy and cognition, senior citizens leisure time and music, adulthood music participation, aging processes and ability to stay involved with music, social and psychological issues of lifelong learning, and (or course!) stories of success with the New Horizons Music programs. Deadline for abtract submissions has passed. Submit to: Susan J. Avery, Symposium Host, savery@ithaca.edu (607-274-3785 - office).

  • New Directions for Performance and Music Teacher Education, A Symposium on University Music Education in China, November 2-5, 2016. The Arts College of Xiamen University, Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China; new thinking about the places, purposes, and methods of educating musicians in contemporary China. To apply, please include the following: (1) one-page letter of intent (2) one-page resume (3) 500-word abstract of proposed presentation. Presentations written in English or Mandarin, and 30-minutes in duration. Presentations will be published in book form. Deadline for submissions has expired.

  • Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior and Cognitive Science (CSBBCS) conferenceJune 5-7, Ottawa; it will be held in collaboration with the annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association. If you are a students affiliate of the CPA section on Brain & Cognitive Science, be sure to apply for the STUDENT AWARDS. Proposals for Symposia -- January 23 to February 25, 2015. 

  • 9th Annual International TRI Tinnitus Symposium: Tinnitus, From Cochlea to Brain and BackJune 7-10, 2015, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.

  • The Art and Science of Improvisation, an international research Summer School,  8th-12th June 2015, Stord/Haugesund University College, Stord, Norway.  Abstract submission: liv.qvale@uni.no

  • The Workshop on Infant Language Development (WILD) 2015 June 10-12, Stockholm, Sweden. A forum for vibrant discussions between researchers working on different aspects of infant language development. 

  • 32nd International Conference on Psychology and the ArtsJune 24-28, 2015, University of Malta, Valletta, Malta. 

  • The Changing Face of Music and Art Education - Music Educators and Researchers of Young Children (CFMAE-MERYC) 2015, International Conference - Playful Sounds – Personhood, May 5-9, 2015, Tallinn University Institute of Fine Arts Department of Music, Tallinn, Estonia. Call for papers deadline has expired. The aim of the joint international conference CFMAE-MERYC2015 is to bring together educators and researchers as well as practitioners in order to promote and generate new ideas about education and its impact in music and the arts. The focus of MERYC is interdisciplinary discussion and dissemination of new, unpublished research relating to the field of music and early childhood (0-8 years) in education (school and extracurricular contexts) and everyday life, both in theoretical research and innovative approaches to practice. The hosting CFMAE conference supports the focus of MERYC within a larger context of music and art education as well as related interdisciplinary fields.

  • 5th Annual Expressive Therapies Summit - November 6-9, 2014, New York City, USA. The Summit is MULTIMODAL, featuring all of the creative arts therapies; INTERMODAL, emphasizing collaborative workshops by 2 or more specialists;     MULTIDISCIPLINARY, including professionals and content from other fields.

  • 9th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology Technology is the theme of CIM14, which will be held on 04 - 06 December 2014 at Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung (National Institute for Music Research), in Berlin, Germany.  Technology is omnipresent in our lives and it plays an important role in contemporary social development, particularly in the so-called Westernised world. The role of technology in our daily life is even more so remarkable with the increasing ubiquity of technology, especially computing technology, in various activities of our contemporary society, music being a notable example. Yet, there is no single universally accepted definition of "technology". CIM14 will be aimed at all discourses on the interplay between technology and music, including collaborations between sciences and humanities, interactions between academic research and musical practice, and interdisciplinary combinations that are innovative, unusual, and creative. 

  • 23rd European Association for Music in Schools (EAS) Conference, March 25-28, 2015, Rostock, Germany, 

  • Journal of Youth Studies conference , Copenhagen, Denmark, March 30th – April 1st 2015. The conference theme is ‘Contemporary Youth, Contemporary Risks’, and the conference welcomes all with an interest in studying youth, regardless of discipline.

  • 2nd International Conference on Music and Consciousness, 14th-17th April 2015, Faculty of Music, University of Oxford, UK. The conference is a forum for the exchange of perspectives from a broad range of disciplines, including neuroscience, psychology, phenomenology, philosophy, sociology, musicology, performance studies, ethnomusicology, music therapy, and cultural history.  With invited contributions from: Professor Judith Becker (University of Michigan);  Professor Susan Blackmore (Freelance writer, lecturer and broadcaster, and Visiting Professor, University of Plymouth);  Professor Colin Blakemore (Institute of Philosophy, School of Advanced Study University of London).

  • LENA International Conference 2015 -  From Research to Intervention, April 19th – April 21st, 2015, Ritz-Carlton Denver, Colorado.

  • The 11th International Symposium on Cognition and Musical Arts (SIMCAM), promoted by the Brazilian Association of Cognition and Musical Arts (ABCM) in partnership with the Federal University of Goiás (UFG), will be held in the historic city of Pirenópolis (near Goiânia), between 26 and 29 May.  Call for Papers: Deadline has passed. The symposium will schedule conferences, roundtables, oral communications and poster sessions for research results and ongoing research. There will also be meetings of different working groups and artistic presentations.  Chair: Prof. Dr.  Sônia Ray - Federal University of Goiás.    soniaraybrasil@gmail.com

  • The Changing Face of Music and Art Education - Music Educators and Researchers of Young Children (CFMAE-MERYC) 2015, International Conference at Tallinn University: Playful Sounds – Personhood, May 5-9, 2015, Tallinn University Institute of Fine Arts Department of Music, Tallinn, Estonia.  The aim of the joint international conference CFMAE-MERYC2015 is to bring together educators and researchers as well as practitioners in order to promote and generate new ideas about education and its impact in music and the arts. The focus of MERYC is interdisciplinary discussion and dissemination of new, unpublished research relating to the field of music and early childhood (0-8 years) in education (school and extracurricular contexts) and everyday life, both in theoretical research and innovative approaches to practice. The hosting CFMAE conference supports the focus of MERYC within a larger context of music and art education as well as related interdisciplinary fields.

  • International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE 2015), July 8-10, 2015, University of Geneva, Switzerland. Organized by the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, pre- and post-conference events are also possible on July 7th and 11th, respectively.  The scientific program comprises plenary keynote lectures, symposia, individual talks and posters.

  • 2nd International Digital Libraries for Musicology workshop (DLfM 2015), 25th July 2015 (full day), Knoxville, TN, USA. Co-hosted with the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015.  This  workshop presents a venue specifically for those working on, and with, Digital Library systems and content in the domain of music and musicology.  

  • AIRS 6th Annual Meeting (2015) will  take place in Nashville, Tennessee  (Music City, USA ☺) July 30-31, prior to the biennial meeting of the Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC) co-convened by Reyna Gordon and Elisabeth Dykens).  

  • Conference on Auditory Development (spanning cellular/molecular to behavioral levels), Aug. 14 and 15, University of Washington, Seattle.  Contact Dan Sanes, dhs1@nyu.edu, for more information

  • Ninth Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM),  17-22 August 2015, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, UK. 

  • International Symposium on Performance Science (ISPS), 2-5 September 2015 will be hosted by Ryukoku University, Kyoto. This conference is intended to provide a platform for new research and discussion on processes of learning, training and review that enable effective performance. Specific research topics, fields of study, and methodological approaches have been left open intentionally to encourage interdisciplinary exchange. Submissions should be made electronically to cps@rcm.ac.uk

  • ISMIR 2015 - 16th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, 26-30 October 2015, Malaga, Spain. MIR is a truly interdisciplinary area, involving researchers, developers, educators, librarians, students and professionals from the disciplines of musicology, cognitive science, library and information science, computer science, electrical engineering and many others. Therefore, like previous ISMIR editions, ISMIR 2015 will provide a venue for the exchange of ideas, issues, results and perspectives among the different profiles of people working with music and computing in a broad sense. ISMIR 2015 will cover the entire area of MIR, providing ample room for diversity and new developments.

  • Frontiers of Research on Speech and Music (FRSM), 23-24 November, 2015, Centre for Education Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, West Bengal, India. The special theme chosen for the symposium is “Speech and Music Technology in Education”.

  • International Symposium in Learning and Teaching Music in the Twenty-First Century: The Contribution of Science and Technology (LTM21/AEM21),November 5 – 7, 2015, Schulich School of Music, McGill University, and Department of Music, Université du Québec à Montréal, Québec, Canada.  The aim of this bilingual (English-French) conference is to bring together researchers from instrumental and music pedagogy as well as those from performance,  science performance and music practices to discuss the contribution of scientific research and technological advancements in music learning and teaching contexts in the twenty-first century.  Submission deadline has passed.

  • Virtuosity – An interdisciplinary symposium,  3–6 March 2016, The Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest, Hungary.  Submissions for a symposium on virtuosity in music performance that address questions such as the following: What is virtuosity? How virtuosity is perceived in different ways by musicians and their audiences in different cultures?

  • International Symposium on Music Performance: Art and Neuroscience in Dialogue (ISMP) 2016, 29 April – 1 May 2016,  Institute of Musicology of the University of Tübingen, Germany.  This interdisciplinary symposium is centred around the overarching theme of music performance, with an aim to foster interaction and cooperation between disciplines and between young scientists, musicians and the general public. A particular emphasis will be placed on the interaction between audience and speakers. Registration is now open. Deadline for submission of abstracts has passed. Registration Information here.  

  • Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior and Cognitive Science (CSBBCS) conference, June 24-7, 2016, Ottawa. The themes covered by CSBBCS includes, but are not limited to, Cognition, Memory, Neuroscience, Developmental,  Perception and Language, both from a human and an animal perspective.. 

  • 33rd PsyArt International Conference July 5-9, 2016. Abstract submissions for spoken papers, poster presentations, and symposia - the deadline has expired. For more details follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/icmpc14 Or Twitter: @icmpc14  For questions & comments, contact the organizing committee: icmpc14@icmpc.org
     

Past Choral Festivals

  • Digital Libraries for Musicology August 12, 2016.  AIRS is presenting a posterApplication of Islandora for Interdisciplinary Musicological Research: The AIRS DL for Research in Singing. 

  • ICA 2016, the 22nd International Congress on Acoustics will be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on September 5-9, 2016. The Congress venue will be the Catholic University of Argentina in Buenos Aires (UCA). Deadline for abstracts has expired.

  • 33rd INTERNATIONAL CHORAL FESTIVAL OF KARDITSA-GREECE, July 9-18, 2015, Karditsa, Greece. The philosophy of the Festival aims not only at the artistic approach but also at a musical-pedagogical, social and even more at a political approach of the different countries of the participating choirs. The steady ambition of the Festival is to promote the choral music and let old monophonic and polyphonic music be discovered by conductors, singers and audience. For more information about Regulation and Registration for those who are interested can be addressed to the Secretariat of the Festival: Kolokotroni and Hydra 38, PC 43100 Karditsa, Tel : 24410 - 75440, 24410 – 42896, Fax: 24410 – 21970, Email:nke@otenet.gr 

  • Podium 2016, May 19-22, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Presented by the Alberta Choral Federation in cooperation with Choral Canada, includes 4 days of choral performances and professional development sessions. Also, Podium Marketplace hosts choral vendors from across North America who will display and explain their products and services.  The Marketplace provides the opportunity for delegates to meet industry partners and to purchase materials for their classrooms, studios, and personal libraries.

 

 

 
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