Taking the symbolism of the number ‘14’ as a starting point, we saw it fitting that the theme of the 14th conference should be BACH.
At the same time, we wish to uphold the fundamental concept of the conference and welcome papers which explore any aspect of Baroque music.
The conference will be held over five days and will include around 150 presentations in 4 parallel sessions, in the form of individual papers and round-table discussions.
Accompanying events include a “Delegates’ Recital”, a “Come and Sing” event and a concert of Irish traditional music which will showcase the unique collections of 18th-century musical materials held at Queen’s University. Delegates will also have the opportunity to discover some of Northern Ireland’s attractions.
|Call for papers
Abstract acceptance notification
Delegates' Concert proposals
Revised abstract submission
Call for bids to host the next conference
|13 October 2008|
15 January 2010
15 February 2010
1 March 2010
19 March 2010
24 May 2010
before/on 31 May 2010, 4pm (BST)
after 31 May 2010, 4pm (BST)
14 June 2010
Early-bird (before/on 31 May 2010)
Late (after 31 May 2010)
Conference dinner (includes wine, harp recital and return bus transfer)...
* Proof of status or membership will be required at the time of on-site registration upon arrival.
Yo Tomita (Chair)
Alison Dunlop, Tanja Kovačević (Coordinators)
Elise Crean (Secretary)
Ian Mills (Artistic Director)
S c i e n t i f i c C o m m i t t e e :
Yo Tomita, Chair (Queen’s University Belfast)
Peter Holman (University of Leeds)
Berta Joncus (Goldsmiths, University of London)
Jan Smaczny (Queen’s University Belfast)
Michael Talbot (Liverpool University)