10th European Music Analysis Conference

Moscow, September 20-24, 2021

X Европейский Конгресс по музыкальному анализу


OTM, Society for Theory of Music (Russia). Speaker: Alexander Sokolov (Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory). Subject: “Post-scriptum as a mode of expression of a composer”

SFAM, French society for Music Analysis. Moderator of a round table: Jean-Marc Chouvel (Sorbonne University). Subject: “What analysis does to musical works”

SMA, British society for Music Analysis. Speaker: Catherine A. Bradley (University of Oslo). Subject: “Analysing Fragmentary Evidence: Revealing Remnants from a Medieval Motet Book in Stockholm”

ATAM: Associació de Teoria i Anàlisi Musicals. Speakers: Pedro Purroy (Zaragoza) and Josep Margarit (ESMUC, Barcelona). Subject: “La abduction dans la pensée de Schenker”

HDGT, Croatian Association of Music Theorists. Speaker: Sanja Kiš Žuvela (University of Zagreb – Academy of Music, Croatia). Subject: “Nikša Gligo’s Criteria of Evaluation of New Music of the 20th Century: A retrospective”

GMTH, The Society of German-speaking Music Theory. Speaker: Gesine Schröder (Hochschule für Musik und Theater “Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy”, Leipzig and Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Wien); Subject: “Li Bai, set to music by European Composers. On relations between music, words and the cultivation of strangeness”

SBAM, Belgian society for Music Analysis. Speaker: Nicolas Meeùs (Sorbonne University, SBAM). Subject: “Music Notation as Analysis”

VvM, Dutch-Flemish Society for Music Theory.  Panel discussion, participants: John Koslovsky (Conservatorium van Amsterdam / Utrecht University), Cecilia Oinas (Sibelius Academy / University of the Arts Helsinki), Lea Fink (Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics), Yannis Rammos (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland). Subject: “Engaging Beethoven Today”

PTAM, Polish society for Music Analysis. Speaker: Speaker: Marcin Trzęsiok (The Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland). Subject: “The dark side of the soul. A topical approach to Scriabin on the example of the 6th Piano Sonata”

GATM, Italian society for Music Analysis and Music Theory. Speaker: Mario Baroni (Università di Bologna). Subject: “Analysis of post-dodecaphonic languages. In memoriam Bruno Maderna (1920-2020)”

SPIM, Sociedade Portuguesa de Investigação em Música. Speaker: José Oliveira Martins (University of Coimbra). Subject: “Beyond the pitch/pitch-class dichotomy: register, altered octaves and the harmonic imagination in twentieth-century modernism”

SATMUS, Sociedad de Análisis y Teoría Musical. Speakers: Cristóbal García (Conservatorio Superior de Málaga (High Conservatory of Malaga)) and José Luis Besada (Complutense University of Madrid). Subject: “SATMUS: The First Year of Activities”

SDMT, Srpsko društvo za muzičku teoriju. Speaker: Zoran Bozanic, (Faculty of Music in Belgrade). Subject: “Theoretical and Analytical Aspects of Musical Interpretation: Approach to Acoustic Dynamics”

North-American Theory Welcome Session: Schenkeriana, Schoenbergiana, Stravinskiana, Riemanniana and Cageana”

Particiants: Poundie Burstein (Hunter College and CUNY), Subject: “Schenker, Schenkerian Analysis, and Other Strange Bedfellows”; Severine Neff (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), Subject: “Symmetries and the Sonnet: Narratives of the Movement ‘Variations’ in Schoenberg’s Serenade”; Pieter van den Toorn (University of California, Santa Barbara), Subject: “Stravinsky: A Brief Definition of the Musical Materials”; Alexander Rehding (Harvard University), Subject: “Three Impromptu Encounters with Riemann” and David W. Bernstein (Mills College), Subject: “Cage Research at the Crossroads: ‘Where are We Going and What are We Doing’”. Plenary session moderators Michael Beckerman (New York University) and Ildar Khannanov (Peabody Institute, Johns Hopkins University).