Call for Papers
Papers are encouraged from any discipline, including, but not limited to: musicology, ethnomusicology, music education, philosophy, psychology, anthropology and sociology as well as from practitioners. All topics are welcome and researchers and practitioners are invited to submit proposals for individual papers (20min+ 10min for questions).
– Critical approaches to pedagogy and mentorship
– Leadership, power and authority
– Verbal and non-verbal communication
– Critical views on repertoire and programming
– Enterprise, responsibility and accountability
– The rehearsal and performance process
– Students, amateurs and professionals
– Historical views
– Aesthetics of conducting
– Health and wellbeing
– Views from the podium
– Movement and gesture
In addition, three themed sessions will be hosted and proposals on these topics are encouraged.
- Historical performance and the conductor, chaired by Neal Peres da Costa
- International perspectives on wind ensemble conducting, chaired by John Lynch
- Repertoire knowledge exchange: Elgar Cello Concerto, chaired by John Traill
Please submit the following information as an email attachment to Cayenna Ponchione-Bailey at email@example.com
- Name, institution (if applicable), email address and A/V requirements
- Individual papers: 200-word abstract and a 200-word biography
—Deadline for the receipt of abstracts is Monday, 3 December 2019 by midnight AEST (Sydney).—
Late proposals will not be accepted.
Notification of acceptance will be sent by late December 2018.