The Department of Music regularly hosts significant research events.
Music and Socialism - conference, Friday 7 July - Saturday 8 July 2017
More details coming soon.
History, Analysis, Pedagogy - Music Analysis Conference, Wednesday 13 - Friday 15 July 2016
The HAPMAC conference took place over three days at the Department of Music, The University of Nottingham, with keynote speeches from Professors Ludwig Holtmeier (Hochschule für Musik Freiburg), Giorgio Sanguinetti (University of Rome, Tor Vergata) and Katelijne Schiltz (Universität Regensburg).
Mapping the Post-Tridentine Motet – conference, Friday 17-Sunday 19 April 2015
The post-Tridentine motet has been surprisingly neglected in recent scholarship, and many crucial questions remain unanswered. With this conference we aimed to re-open the discussion on the immense corpus of polyphonic and polychoral motets produced and performed all over Europe in the period ca. 1560 to ca. 1610.
Speakers included David Crook, Christian Leitmeir, Kerry McCarthy, Owen Rees, and Noel O'Regan.
Benjamin Britten on Stage and Screen – Centenary Conference, 5–7 July 2013
To celebrate Britten’s centenary year, this international conference focused on the composer’s work in a variety of genres for stage and screen. More information
See details of our other past conferences.