Synaesthesia: Cross-sensory Aspects of Cognition across Science and Art

  • 30.12.2018

The Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, the Moscow State University of Psychology and Education (MSUPE) and the International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists and Scientists (IASAS) are privileged to extend an invitation to you to participate in the scientific symposium and multidisciplinary programme of the 2nd Synaesthesia Conference.

Dates and place of the symposium: October 17th – 20th 2019 Moscow, Russia

The Fourth International Congress of the Society for Theory of Music

  • 12.11.2018

The Fourth International Congress of the Society for Theory of Music
Näcip Cihanov [Nazib Zhiganov] Kazan’ State Conservatory
2–5 October 2019

MUSICOLOGICAL TERMS, CONCEPTS AND CATEGORIES

The Scholarly Conference Methodological Issues of Art Studies in March 2018 demonstrated the usefulness of discussing a number of issues, among which one of the most important is the issue of terminology and conceptual construct of various musicological courses in different national traditions.

In consideration of preparing EuroMAC-10 Congress in Moscow in 2020, to build conceptual and terminological ‘bridges’ between musicological traditions in France, Germany, Italy, Russia, England and the United States by way of organizing and holding the Fourth International Congress of the Society for Music Theory seems to be a viable attempt. At the same time, it is obvious that terminology in every linguistic tradition continues to be a topical issue.

The following topics are welcome for presentations:
· polysemy (ambiguity) of musicological terms; a round trip from metaphors to terms;
· musicological concepts and terms from a historical point of view;
· comparison of the meanings of certain terms in musicology and allied branches of knowledge;
· clarification of the meanings of some basic historical and theoretical concepts in musicology; today’s interpretation of basic concepts;
· conceptual construct in researches of the newest music;
· specificities of conceptual construct in researches of the music culture of various nations and eras (including those of the past);
· musicological terminology in the context of both graduate and undergraduate academic courses.

Applications should include a title of the paper, an abstract no more than 200 words, information about the author: name, institutional affiliation, e-mail address.

Applications will be accepted until 1 May 2019 at otmroo@mail.ru.

Música Analítica 2019: Porto International Symposium on the Analysis and Theory of Music

  • 14.10.2018

We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for Música Analítica 019: Porto International Symposium on the Analysis and Theory of Music; the event will take place at Universidade Católica Portuguesa, in Porto, Portugal, March 21-23, 2019. The symposium promotes the notion of music as analysis and analysis as music, arguing that our discursive modes of analysis are not outside of music or simply an enriching addition we bring to it but rather integral to the way we may experience, conceive, and express music. We welcome the submission of paper proposals for oral communications. Please find information about the symposium, including keynote and plenary speakers, and submission guidelines in the link.

Submission deadline is DEC 15, 2018

With warm regards,
Organizing Committee

José Oliveira Martins (CITAR-EA/Universidade Católica Portuguesa)
Sofia Serra (CITAR-EA/Universidade Católica Portuguesa)
Daniel Moreira (CITAR, ESMAE/Instituto Politécnico do Porto)
Paulo Perfeito (CITAR, ESMAE/Instituto Politécnico do Porto)
Telmo Marques (CITAR, ESMAE/Instituto Politécnico do Porto)

International Conference 2018: Terminology Research in Musicology and the Humanities — Conmusterm

  • 19.10.2017

We invite you to take part in the International Conference 2018: Terminology Research in Musicology and the Humanities — Conmusterm, which will take place on 25–26 May 2018 at the Music Academy in Zagreb (Croatia).

The abstract submission deadline is 15 Dec 2017 (please see the website).

Publication of the Papers for the Congress

  • 26.09.2017

Dear colleagues!
Our editorial team from The Journal of Russian Society for Theory of Music is pleased to offer you the opportunity to publish the materials of your papers for Congress of the Society for Theory of Music. Your materials may be published in English. For publishing your texts schould be made as contributions and according to the requirements which are available on our website (http://eng.journal-otmroo.ru/node/40), and sent to e-mail address of our editorial office (amrahova54@mail.ru and yarostan@mail.ru).
We are looking forward to the fruitful cooperation with you!

Third Congress of the Society for Theory of Music

  • 25.07.2017

Society for Theory of Music
Moscow P. I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory

Third Congress of the Society for Theory of Music
REVOLUTIONS IN THE HISTORY OF THE MUSIC CULTURE

Dedicated to the Centennial of the Russian Revolution of 1917

International Scholarly Congress
Moscow (Russia)
25–29 September, 2017

It is well known that the events of the year 1917 in Russia have made the strongest and most ambivalent impact on the course of history of both our country and the whole world. The goal of this scholarly congress is an attempt to comprehend an entire spectrum of the influences of the revolutionary events during both the year 1917 and the following history of the Soviet Union. At the same time, this is far from being the only revolutionary year that caused major social upheavals in history, and it is them that always bring both new worldviews and new languages of art into being. In consideration of this approach, the main topics (and sections) of the congress are to be as follows:

– Social Revolutions and Music Culture: the Musicians and the Power;
– The Options of Mutual Relations between Social and Artistic Revolutions;
– Scholarly Revolutions in Music Theory;
– Special section dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Yuri Kholopov;
– Russia’s Musical Avant-garde of the 1920s both in and outside the USSR;
– The Fate of Russia’s Musical Art during the Soviet Period: the Forgotten Names;
– The Cultures of the Peoples of the USSR and Their Development;
– On the Questions of “Socialist Realism” in Music and of Its Heritage;
– The Musical Avant-garde of the Late Soviet Period and Its Future;
– Is Postmodernism in Music a Kind of Revolution or a Kind of Anarchy?
– The Stylistic Cataclysms: Simplicity and Complexity Today and in the Past;
– The Scientific and Technological Revolution in Music: Avant-garde experiments with Sound in Russia and Abroad during a Period between the 1920s and the 2010s.

Both the Thirty-fifth General Assembly of the International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music (CIME / ICEM) and the festival, in whose frameworks performances of the representatives of the confederation will be held, — together with the concerts of the three Scholarly and Art Centers: (1) of Interdisciplinary Researches of Musical Art, (2) of Electroacoustic Music, and (3) of Contemporary Music, — will be timed to the work of the last section.

MAP

1 – Hotel «City-Comfort»  (3/1А, Sredniy Kislovskiy per.)

2 – Hotel Moscow Conservatory (3/2, Sredniy Kislovskiy per.)

3 – Conference hall and Rachmaninov Hall (13/6 Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street)

4 – Entrance  (Passage to the CEAMMC and to the Oval Hall of Rubinchtein’s Museum)

5 – Brizol’s Café (2/14-8, Bryusov per.)

6 – Moscow Composer’s House (8/10-2, Bryusov per.)

DETAILED MAP

1 – Hotel «City Comfort» (3/1А, Sredniy Kislovskiy per.)

2 – Hotel of the Moscow Conservatory (3/2, Sredniy Kislovskiy per.)

3 – Conference hall and Rachmaninov Hall (13/6 Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street)

4 – Entrance (Passage to the CEAMMC and to the Oval Hall of Rubinchtein’s Museum)

5 – The passage to the Ceammc and the Oval hall of Rubinstein’s Museum)

The passage through the Ground floor of the Great Hall building is open from 10 to 18 hours

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