Spring September in Torun
You are kindly invited to participate in the symposium A LABORATORY OF SPRING devoted to the research on contemporary music and dance in their socio-cultural context in the age after “The Rite of Spring” by Igor Stravinsky.
Research Areas: Philosophy of Music; Cultural Studies; Musicology; Choreography and Dance Studies; History of Art; History of Music; Psychology of Music; Cognitive Science of Music; Sociology of Music; Ethnomusicology, others related.
The symposium venues:
| Richard Taruskin
(University of California, Berkeley)
| Pieter C. van den Toorn
(University of California, Santa Barbara)
| Alicja Jarzębska
(Jagiellonian University, Cracow)
| Nicholas P. McKay
(Canterbury Christ Church University)
Languages: English, Polish
|Abstract submission (deadline extended)||July 10|
|Notification of acceptance||July 15|
|Registration fee||September 10|
|Registration without paper
Booking the accommodation with organizers’ help
|September 10 (after this date, please ask)|
|Full registration fee||45 Euro|
|Reduced registration fee*||25 Euro|
|* Students, PhD students, registered participants without papers, and contributors of the volume on Igor Stravinsky (Avant).|
Fees cover conference materials, coffee breaks, and technical service.
Download the registration form
The registration form should be sent by email to symposium @ avant.edu.pl
The symposium Hosts: Collegium Maius UMK and Wozownia Gallery
Project is supported by Ministry of Science and Higher Education
President of the Symposium: Krzysztof Abriszewski (Nicolaus Copernicus University), Katarzyna Lewandowska (NCU), Monika Wludzik (NCU), Natalia Karczewska (University of Warsaw), Jan Iwanczyk (NCU), Maciej Puzio (grad. of NCU), Coordinator of the Symposium: Witold Wachowski (UW)
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