The main subject for the second edition is: “Musical Performance as creation“
The conference will take place from 5th to 7th May 2021
The second edition of NOVA Contemporary Music Meeting will take place in May 2021 in Lisbon.
NCMM 2nd edition main subject:
— Musical Performance as creation
— Musical composition practices, performance and reception
— Music history, theory and analysis
— Philosophy of music and aesthetics
— Musicology, intertextuality and authenticity
—Auditory perception and cognition
— Musical sound transcription, representation and music notation
— Sound technologies and the music industry
— Music and image
— Sound art, installations and exhibitions
— Soundscape, sound ecology
— Documentation and preservation of musical heritage
— Music and emergent cultures and societies, cultural heritage and inclusive societies
NCMM 2nd Edition will take place at NOVA University Research Centers location in Campolide Campus, Lisbon
NOVA Contemporary Music Meeting, second edition, to take place in October 2020 in Lisbon at Nova University of Lisbon was being deferred until the spring of 2021
Call for papers and new dates coming soon
Registration to NCMM18 is now open. The registration fee includes the access to the Conference, abstracts book and other materials, lunch, as well as access to the concerts.
Please see details on Registration Page
Composing Music Today
New Deadline for proposals: Sunday 15th April 2018 , Midnight
Notification of acceptance: 15th May 2018
Nova Contemporary Music Meeting (NCMM) is a biennial, 3-day international conference launched by the Contemporary Music Research Group (GIMC) of CESEM (Centre for the Study of Sociology and Musical Aesthetics at Nova University, Lisbon) and focused on a variety of questions relating to music since the beginning of the 20th century.
Conceived as a contribution to the development of multidisciplinary and collaborative research the field of contemporary music, NCMM is a research meeting bringing together researchers, musicologists, composers and performers, working in multidisciplinary areas related to contemporary music. Placing a special focus on the articulation between musical practices and theoretical research activities, NCMM intends to respond to current challenges within contemporary music artistic practices and research, offering a platform for proposing, discussing and disseminating knowledge in a variety of fields.
Each edition will focus on a special main subject, but NCMM will also be open to other topics.