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Thursday, 19 June 2014

Royal Musical Association - Research Conferences

Researchers at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland may find events to interest them amongst this events listing from the Royal Musical Association:-

  • RMA Research Students' Conference, 8-10 January 2015, University of Bristol. Deadline for proposals of academic papers or compositions in several categories, 27 October 2014.

  • A) RMA Study Day, "Amateur music-making in the British provinces", 18 June 2014, University of Leeds.DETAILS
  •  B) RMA-supported conference, "Music, emotions and well-being:
  • historical and scientific perspectives", 20 June 2014, Centre for the History of the Emotions, Queen Mary, University of London. DETAILS
  • C) RMA-supported conference, "Music and screen media", 25-6 June 2014, University of Liverpool.DETAILS
  • D) RMA Music and Philosophy Study Group, 4th Annual Conference, 27-8 June 2014, King's College London.  DETAILS
  • E) RMA-supported 42nd Medieval and Renaissance music conference, 3-6 July 2014, University of Birmingham. DETAILS
  •  F) RMA-supported conference, "Continuities and ruptures: artistic responses to Jewish migration, internment and exile in the long twentieth century", 6-8 July 2014, University of Leeds.  DETAILS
  • G) RMA-supported conference on Music literature, historiography and aesthetics, 17-18 July 2014, Institute of Musical Research, London. DETAILS
  • H) RMA-supported conference, "Hollywood's musical contemporaries and competitors in the early sound-film era", 26-8 July 2014, University of Surrey. DETAILS
  • I) RMA-supported conference, "The music of war: 1914-1918", 29-31 August 2014, British Library, London. DETAILS
  • J) 50th RMA Annual Conference, 4-6 September 2014, University of Leeds. DETAILS
  • K) RMA-supported conference, "Schoenberg at 140: legacy and reminiscence", 13-14 September 2014, Canterbury Christ Church University. DETAILS

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