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Biennial International Conference on Music Since 1900
Twelfth Conference – confirmation of revised dates
Thirteenth Conference – call for hosts

Postponed from 2021, the Twelfth Biennial International Conference on Music
Since 1900 will be hosted by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire (Birmingham
City University, UK) from Friday 17th to Monday 20th June 2022. At this
stage, the intention is that the conference will be in-person, but with
provision made for those who may be unable to travel. A call for papers
will be issued in autumn 2021 as will a call for compositions. Any queries
in the meantime should be sent to Christopher Dingle (Christopher.Dingle
-at- bcu.ac.uk).

The Steering Committee for the Biennial International Conference on Music
Since 1900 invite expressions of interest from institutions both within and
beyond the UK to host the Thirteenth iteration of the conference, due to be
held in 2024. Expressions of Interest need only be brief, providing the
following:
• Name and location of the institution/academic unit
• Name of the staff member who will be responsible for the conference
• A brief statement of no more than 300 words (shorter is fine)
articulating the particular benefits of holding the conference at the
institution in question (e.g. location; accessibility/facilities; type of
institution; relevant research strengths/activity; potential for
performances)

Expressions of Interest should be sent by 29th October 2021 to Professor
Edward Venn (E.J.Venn -at- leeds.ac.uk), who will also be happy to respond
to queries beforehand [N.B. Professor Venn will be on leave from 30th July
to 6th September inclusive].


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