The Eleventh Conference will be hosted by the Royal Northern College of Music from Wednesday 14th July to Sunday 18th July 2004
The Biennial Conference on Baroque Music, organised since the 1980s, has become one of the most important musicological meetings in the academic calendar. A large number of delegates from Europe, North America and Australasia attended the last conferences held at Exeter (1998), Dublin (2000) and La Rioja (2002).
We anticipate that the Eleventh conference in Manchester will offer a stimulating atmosphere, both culturally and academically, as did in the previous meetings.
The RNCM is the largest of the main music colleges in the United Kingdom. Dating from 1973, with further recent additions, it has spacious, up-to-date facilities. The College’s site includes the Sir Charles Groves Hall, providing accommodation for conference delegates beside the College main building.
A wide range of scholarly books will be exhibited by Rosemary Dooley.
Call for papers: 15 January 2003
Paper proposal submission: 31 January 2004
Standard Registration: before / on 31 May 2004
Late registration: after 31 May 2004
Chairman: Peter Holman (University of Leeds and Royal Northern College of Music)
Conference Co-ordinator: David Ledbetter (Royal Northern College of Music)
Conference Administrator: Ailís Ní Ríain (Royal Northern College of Music)
Georgie Durosoir (Centre de Musique Baroque, Versailles)
Miguel-Angel Marín (University of La Rioja)
Michael Talbot (University of Liverpool)
Peter Wollny (University of Leipzig and Bach-Archiv Leipzig)
Barry Cooper (University of Manchester)
Yo Tomita (Queen’s University of Belfast)
Richard Wigley (Royal Northern College of Music)
Last updated on 20 July 2004