CFP Association for Art History 2018

CFP Association for Art History 2018 Annual Conference

5-7 April 2018

http://www.forarthistory.org.uk/events/annual-conference-2018/
Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK

Session CFP: Seeing and Hearing the “Beyond”: Art, Music, and Mysticism in the Long Nineteenth Century
This interdisciplinary session will explore the dialogue between art and music in addressing the subject of mysticism in the long nineteenth century (1789 – 1918). To counteract the positivist current of the period, artistic circles gravitated towards mystical means that initiated the beholder and listener into truths that transcended the material realm. CFP Association for Art History 2018 weiterlesen

CFP Beyond Genre Jazz as Popular Music

CFP Beyond Genre Jazz as Popular Music
April 19-21, 2018
Center for Popular Music Studies
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
The intersections of jazz and popular music are myriad. Louis Armstrong recorded with Jimmie Rodgers and Bessie Smith; Carlos Santana recorded with Alice Coltrane; Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly featured Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, and Kamasi Washington; George Benson topped the Billboard 200 in 1976; CFP Beyond Genre Jazz as Popular Music weiterlesen

Contemporary Music Review Volume 36 Issue 1-2

Contemporary Music Review Volume 36 Issue 1-2 February–April 2017

http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/gcmr20/36/1-2
Contemporary Music Review provides a forum for musicians and musicologists to discuss recent musical currents in both breadth and depth. The main concern of the journal is the critical study of music today in all its aspects—its techniques of performance and composition, texts and contexts, aesthetics, technologies, and relationships with other disciplines and currents of thought. The journal may also serve as a vehicle to communicate documentary materials, interviews, and other items of interest to contemporary music scholars. All articles are subjected to rigorous peer review before publication. Proposals for themed issues are welcomed. Contemporary Music Review Volume 36 Issue 1-2 weiterlesen

CFP Reassessing Ligeti’s Many Worlds in the 21st Century

Dislocations: Reassessing Ligeti’s Many Worlds in the 21st Century

Wednesday March 7 and Thursday March 8, 2018

University of Chicago

CFP Deadline: 15 Nov 2017

CALL FOR PAPERS
The Hungarian expatriate and avant-gardist György Ligeti is one of the most performed, most recognized, and most influential composers of the postwar generation. Ligeti’s oeuvre is at once inimitable, paradoxical, and broad. Ligeti was one of twentieth-century music’s great wanderers: a Jewish refugee from Hungary, an Austrian citizen from the late 1960s, speaking multiple languages, living and teaching in multiple cities, drawing upon a great, even improbable variety of Western and non-Western musical cultures. Ligeti was serially dislocated: a cosmopolitan, an exile to the end, a belonger to many worlds. CFP Reassessing Ligeti’s Many Worlds in the 21st Century weiterlesen