24 November 2017 | Christmas Concert


A group of choral scholars from Cambridge University will perform a programme of medieval music for Christmastide on 24th November 2017. The concert will explore, through performance, ways in which medieval musicians made use of familiar Christmas melodies, often recasting them and elaborating upon them in fascinating ways.

A particular emphasis will be placed on the repertory studied by the Cambridge team, that is, music of 13th-century Paris, where these issues and techniques play a key role. This free concert will take place at Selwyn College Chapel, Cambridge, at 7.30pm.



27 November 2018 | Public Lecture


Paweł Gancarczyk will present the SoundMe project at the State Tbilisi Conservatory in Georgia.

8 March 2018 | Public Lecture


Karl Kügle will present recent SoundMe research results in the Seminar in medieval and renaissance music convened by Dr Margaret Bent at All Souls College, University of Oxford, Wharton Room, 5-7 pm.

Check back soon for an abstract.

19-21 March 2018 | Public Lecture


Karl Kügle and Paweł Gancarczyk will present recent SoundMe research results at the international fragmentology conference Membra disiecta musicae convened by Dr Giovanni Varelli at Magdalen College, University of Oxford.

Check back soon for more information on the conference programme and an abstract of the talk.

28-29 May 2018 | Conference

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2018-19 | SoundMe Concerts with the Ascoli Ensemble

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Past events

July 2017 | Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference


Watch out for the contributions by the SoundMe team.

More info in our news update.

1-2 December 2016 | Workshop The Authority of Materiality

Heidelberg (in cooperation with CRC 933, Material Text Cultures).

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