Conference Programme

A detailed conference timetable is now available for download.

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The PDF timetable relates to the conference proper, i.e. those days on which papers will be read. For the remaining days, please see the programme outline below.

A draft programme of abstracts is now available for download.

Click here to download.  (To follow in due course)

Delegates who have not yet submitted their revised abstracts may do so by 16 June 2011 , by emailing us at mncb2011@qub.ac.uk . The online draft will occasionally be updated to include newly submitted revisions. After 16 June 2011, the abstracts will undergo final editing and will be submitted for publication in the Conference Programme Book. No revisions will be accepted after this date.


Programme Outline

 

Thursday, 21 July 2011

 

Registration (from 11 a.m.) 

2.00 p.m.         Welcome

2.30 p.m.         Sessions 1-2

4.00 p.m.         Tea/Coffee

4.30 p.m.         Sessions 3-4

6.00 p.m.         Break

7.30 p.m.         Concert, sponsored by Boydell & Brewer (Harty Room, Queen’s University)

 

Friday, 22 July 2011

 

9.30 a.m.         Sessions 5-6

11.00 a.m.       Tea/Coffee

11.30 a.m.       Sessions 7-8

1.00 p.m.         Break

2.15 p.m.         Keynote: Professor Jeremy Dibble

3.30 p.m.         Sessions 9-10

4.30 p.m.         Tea/Coffee

5.00 p.m.         Sessions 11-12

6.00 p.m.         Wine reception, supported by Ashgate Publishing

 

Saturday, 23 July 2011

 

9.30 a.m.         Sessions 13-14

11.00 a.m.       Tea/Coffee

11.30 a.m.       Sessions 15-16

1.00 p.m.         Break

2.00 p.m.         Keynote: Professor Byron Adams

3.00 p.m.         Sessions 17-18

4.30 p.m.         Tea/Coffee

5.00 p.m.         Session 19 (Thomas Moore plenary session)

6.45 p.m.         Wine reception, supported by the Society for Musicology in Ireland, Canada Room,
                        Queen’s University Belfast

7.30 p.m.         Conference dinner, Great Hall, Queen’s University Belfast


Sunday, 24 July 2011

 

Giant’s Causeway tour

 

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A wide range of books on music will be exhibited and offered for sale by
Ashgate Publishing and Boydell and Brewer

List of Delegates

To follow in due course.

 

19th Century conf programme