jeudi 29 septembre 2016
30 juin-2 juillet 2017, Leeds
School of Music, University of Leeds
With invited contributions from : Catherine Laws (Pianist and Senior Lecturer, University of York) ; Benjamin Piekut (Associate Professor, Cornell University) ; Christian Wolff (Composer, Professor of Music and Classics, Emeritus, Dartmouth College)
We invite submissions that address a wide variety of topics, methodologies, and questions, including (but not limited to):
Histories: what is the role of performance and/or performers in the histories of experimental musics?
Praxis: is it possible to speak of an indeterminate 'performance practice'? Where do the exceptions and inconsistencies lie?
Analysis: (how) can the performance of indeterminate music be analysed in ways appropriate to its particular modalities?
Notation: what are the relationships between indeterminate notation and performance?
Socialities: in what ways does indeterminate music organise collective musical experience?
Pedagogies: how do we teach and learn about the performance of indeterminate music?
Indeterminacy outside experimental music: how is indeterminacy in performance manifest more widely?
Technologies: (in what ways) have technologies changed our relationship to indeterminacy in music?
Proposals are invited for:
Spoken papers (20 minutes followed by 10 minutes of questions)
Lecture-recitals (35 minutes followed by 10 minutes of questions)
Performances of relevant works to be presented in a concert
Proposals of 250-300 words should be sent as a Word attachment to performingindeterminacy -at- leeds.ac.uk, should clearly indicate whether they are for a spoken paper, lecture recital, or performance, and must include the following: title, author(s), affiliation(s) (if any), email address for contact, and technical requirements. The deadline for proposals is Friday 2 December 2016 at midday (GMT).
See https://conference.cageconcert.org/call-for-proposals for more information.
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