IMR Conference Grants Series
The IMR introduced the Conference Grants Series in 2017/18, replacing the Distinguished Lecture Series. The grants help facilitate the organising of one-day workshops, study days, or conferences to be held at Senate House, in central London, while events themselves are designed to address urgent or contemporary issues within the field of music studies. Details of this year's (and last year’s) events can be found below.
The 2019/20 call for Conference Grant applications will be announced in early Summer 2019.
IMR Conference Grants Series 2018/19
5th September, 2019
15th July, 2019
‘Negotiating Controversy in the Music Industry’
27th June, 2019
‘Making Musical Works in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1700: Composition, Improvisation, Notation & Performance’
9th February, 2019
‘Notation for Improvisers’
7th-8th March, 2019
International Women and/in Musical Leadership Conference
More Events to be announced in due course
IMR Conference Grants Series 2017/18
12th-13th January, 2018
'Can Musical Conservatism be Progressive?'
2nd February, 2018
'Mapping the Musical City'
20th February, 2018
'The Ethics and Aesthetics of Studying Music in Situations of Conflict and Violence: A Participatory Workshop'
16th-17th April, 2018
'Beyond "Mesearch": Autoethnography, Self-Reflexivity, and Personal Experience as Academic Research in Music Studies'
19th May, 2018
'Music in the Psychoanalytic Ear: Thinking, Listening and Playing'
29th-30th June, 2018
'A "Musical League of Nations"? Music Institutions and the Project of Internationalism Between the Wars'