BFE/RMA Research Students' Conference 2021 (12th–14th January)
The Faculty of Music at the University of Cambridge is delighted to be hosting the 2021 BFE-RMA Research Students’ Conference. Sponsored jointly by the British Forum for Ethnomusicology and the Royal Musical Association, the conference will be held fully online via Zoom.
BFE-RMA Research Students Conference
 

PROGRAMME

THE PROGRAMME IS AVAILABLE HERE

THE CONFERENCE HANDBOOK IS AVAILABLE HERE

KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

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.

TRAINING WORKSHOPS

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.

COMPOSITION WORKSHOPS

We will be hosting virtual composition workshops, which will be delivered by The Amatis Trio and moderated by Richard Causton.

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

 

DR EMILY MACGREGOR

Jerome Roche Prize Winner 2020

Emily MacGregor joined King’s Music Department in January 2020 following a Marie Curie Global Fellowship held first at Harvard University (2016-18) and subsequently at Royal Holloway, University of London (2019). Prior to this, Emily completed a DPhil in Music at Oxford University in 2016, an MSt in Music (distinction) at Oxford, and an undergraduate degree in Music and Drama at the University of Manchester. During her doctorate she held visiting fellowships at the Freie Universität in Berlin (DAAD, 2012-13), and at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. (2014).

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