The main subject for the 3rd edition of the NCMM conference, to be held in Lisbon in May 2023, will be “Listening to today’s music”
The Conference Booklet is available HERE
Conference time zone: GMT+1:00 (Lisbon)
NCMM — Musical Performance as creation live steaming channels:
For Presentations on Room CAN 217
Laboratório Cesem YouTube Channel
Opening Session and keynote speakers
Panels #1 #2 #4 #6 #8 #10 #12 #14 #16 #18
For Presentations on Room CAN 209
CESEM YouTube Channel
Panels #3 #5 #7 #9 #11 #13 #15 #17 #19
New information on Covid-19 situation in Portugal are now available.
A new version of the NCMM program is now downloadable HERE .
The NCMM21 organizing team keep you informed about the Covid-19 Restrictions when travel to Portugal
Each paper presentation lasts 20 minutes (including a 5 minutes discussion). Presentations should be in English.
In person presentation
Standard presentation equipment will be provided including a video projector (VGA or HDMI) and stereo sound system (mini-jack). Please bring your own VGA or HDMI connector, as well as a mini-jack output adapter if it is not included on your device.
A computer will be available in the conference rooms.
Remote presentation (video-conferencing)
Remote presentations (video-conferencing) will be given via ZOOM. But, in order to prevent any connection malfunctioning and to guarantee the presentation, NCMM21 Committee asks each participant to provide a 15 minute video-recording to be sent up to April 20th.
The video recording should be sent in Mp4 or MOV format.
Video-recordings will be prepared to be launched accordingly to the conference program. In any case, we expect that the participant will be available for the discussion at the end of the presentation (in case of poor wi-fi connection this will be carried out by chat or phone call).
Time zone differences for online participants will be taken into account.
The event will be live-streamed on a YouTube channel to be announced soon.
It is with great sadness that the NCMM21 Organizing Committee became aware that Professor Fábio Miguel passed away. Prof. Dr. Fábio Miguel, professor at Unesp in São Paulo, Brasil, since 2008, should have participated in the next edition of the NCMM21 with the communication entitled “The vocality in the work “In the Series of total sounds: songs that express the universe” (2019) by Joabe Guilherme (1997)”.
We express our deepest condolences to his family and friends.
Registration information and form are now available HERE