We are delighted to host two keynotes. Emily MacGregor, winner of the Jerome Roche prize, will deliver the RMA's keynote presentation. Thomas Hilder will deliver the BFE's keynote presentation.
The conference will feature a number of training workshops. These include: 1) a panel regarding postdoctoral funding; 2) a panel regarding non-academic careers for PhDs in music; and 3) a joint session hosted by the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Music Studies network and the RMA's LGBTQ+ Study Group around EDI issues in music studies.
We will be hosting virtual composition workshops, which will be delivered by The Amatis Trio and moderated by Richard Causton.