Events

8 June 2018 | Concert

Grudziądz (PL)

SoundMe concert with Bastarda, commented by Paweł Gancarczyk, at Petrus Wilhelmi Festival of Early Music.

12 June 2018 | Public Lecture

Regensburg

Antonio Chemotti will present his SoundMe research at the University of Regensburg, in a seminar convened by Prof. Dr. Katelijne Schiltz. Chemotti will deliver a paper about musical past and regionalism in early modern Silesia.

29 June 2018 | Public Lecture

Weimar

Antonio Chemotti will present his SoundMe project at → Musik vor 1600, a research colloquium convened by Prof. Dr. Christiane Wiesenfeldt (Institut für Musikwissenschaft Weimar-Jena) and Prof. Dr. Klaus Pietschmann (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz).

18 October 2018 | Public Lecture

Oxford

Antonio Chemotti will present his SoundMe project in the Seminar in medieval and renaissance music convened by Dr. Margaret Bent at All Souls College, Oxford.

25-27 October 2018 | Conference

Warsaw

47th Annual Conference of the Polish Composers’ Union “The Past in Music – Music and Tradition”, co-organized by the Warsaw team with the Musicological Section of the Polish Composers’ Union. The conference will include a special SoundMe session.

 

January-February 2019 | Karl Kügle Senior Research Fellow at Leibniz IEG Mainz

In early 2019, Karl Kügle will be in residence as a Senior Research Fellow at the Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG), Mainz, Germany. As part of his stay, he will conduct a workshop on the SoundMe project for the scholars working at the IEG, and offer a seminar to research postgraduate students in musicology, history, and related fields at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz.

The → Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) is an independent research institute within the → Leibniz Association. Its purpose is to conduct academic research on European history.

The IEG Senior Research Fellowship Programme brings leading academics from other countries to Mainz to pursue their own research and exchange ideas with the academics working at the IEG.

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