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Call For Papers: 3rd Women and Music in Ireland Conference

Call for Papers 3rd Women and Music in Ireland Conference Presented by The Music Department, St Patrick’s College Drumcondra in association with The Society for Musicology in Ireland     Saturday10 May 2014   The third conference on Women and Music in Ireland will take place on the 10th of May 2014 at the Music […]

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Iarla Ó Lionáird appointed as first Traditional Artist-in-Residence at University College Cork

The Arts Council, in association with the College of Arts, Celtic Studies, and Social Sciences (UCC), and the School of Music and  Theatre (UCC), announce the appointment of the internationally renowned singer, producer and composer, Iarla Ó Lionáird, as the first Irish Traditional Music Artist-in-Residence at University College Cork. Iarla Ó Lionáird grew up and […]

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Call For Papers: Second International Bagpipe Conference 2014

The International Bagpipe Organisation warmly invites you to participate in the Second International Bagpipe Conference, marking International Bagpipe Day, a celebration of the world’s bagpipes and bagpiping traditions. This one-day conference will be hosted by the Institute of Musical Research and the School of Oriental and African Studies in central London, supported by the IMR, […]

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Ancestral Imprints: Histories of Irish Traditional Music and Dance (by Therése Smith) wins award

A project supported through Grant Aided by ICTM Ireland, featuring articles by many ICTM Ireland members, has been awarded a Certificate of Merit in the category of Research in Recorded Folk, World, or Ethnic Music in the 2013 Association for Recorded Sound Collections Award for Excellence. The goal of the ARSC Awards Program is to recognize and draw […]

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“Music, Marxism, and the Frankfurt School,” International Conference, Dublin 2014 – Call For Papers

“Music, Marxism, and the Frankfurt School,” International Conference, Dublin 2014 CALL FOR PAPERS! … The group of intellectual left-wing German thinkers known as the Frankfurt School, active in Frankfurt from the late-1920s and later in the US and Germany, focused their critical attention on culture, asking how it affected people’s political outlook and activities. Their […]

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ICTM Postgraduate Conference 2013 – Call for Papers

ICTM Postgraduate Conference 2013 – Music and Ownership Call for Papers! This year’s Postgraduate conference will take place on Saturday, November 9th, in University College, Dublin. … We invite postgraduate students at all stages of their study, with an interest in music, performance, ethnomusicology and education, to submit papers for 20 minute slots. Although the […]

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Performing Thought, Thinking Performance – one-day public symposium

Performing Thought, Thinking Performance Friday 14 June, 2013, 9:45 am – 5:00 pm Lewis Glucksman Gallery, UCC A one-day public symposium devoted to testing the potential and limits of the reciprocal engagement between theory and artistic practice. Reflecting on recent research on musical and theatrical performance, the symposium will ask whether the presentation of theory […]

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‘Musicians and their audiences’ – Workshop

The programme has been announced for the workshop entitled ‘Musicians and their Audiences’, to be held at King’s College London, on Saturday 1 December 2012. (Find it here) The workshop is open to all and free of charge. However, due to limited seating, we would ask anyone who is interested in participating to register by emailing […]

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