Early Bird rates expire today at 24:00 MET! Register now for the Musical Moments Conference.
Early Bird rates are € 55 (full fee) and € 30 (fee for graduate students). After February 15, the full rate is € 65 and € 40 for graduate students.
All attendees – presenters as well as guests – MUST register and pay the applicable registration fee in advance; registration ends on March 1.
The deadline for all changes to paper titles, abstracts, or biographies for the printed conference program is Saturday, February 17, 2018. If you have any updates or amendments, please contact us now at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The available audiovisual equipment in the meeting rooms includes a laptop/computer (with VGA and HDMI cable), speakers, a projector and a screen sized to the room. Adapters will not be provided, please make sure to bring your own.
Presenters can bring a flash drive to load their presentation onto the laptop/computer in the meeting rooms. Note that Blue Ray is not part of the standard AV equipment. Internet connection will be available via eduroam or via a temporary guest network.
Only two days until the Early Bird rates expire on February 15, 24:00 MET! Early Bird rates are € 55 (full fee) and € 30 (fee for graduate students). After February 15, the full rate is € 65 and € 40 for graduate students.
All attendees – presenters as well as guests – must register and pay the applicable registration fee in advance; registration ends on March 1.
Follow this link to register.
Please remember to register for the conference if you haven’t yet done so,
the Early Bird rate expires in 9 days! All attendees (presenters and guests) must register in advance; registration ends on March 1.
Follow this link to register and complete the payment section.
Each paper should be no more than 20 minutes in order to allow for remarks and a short discussion at the end of each panel. Please consider this in the preparation of your presentation, chairs will be instructed to stick to these time limits.
There will be a small space dedicated to promoting publications related to the conference topic made available throughout the conference. No books will be sold there but if you have publication or discount flyers for recent books, feel free to set them up there!
All registered participants and presenters are cordially invited to join us for a wine reception, which will take place at the conference venue (Unipark Nonntal) on Thursday, March 8. The wine reception, which is generously sponsored by the University of Salzburg, will begin at 18:00 or right after the end of the days’ last session.
Only two weeks until the “early bird” conference registration deadline of February 15!
If you haven’t yet registered for the Musical Moments Conference, now’s the time. Online registration and secure payment is available via the conference registration system.
Early Bird rates – € 55 (full fee) and € 30 (reduced fee for graduate students) – last until February 15; registration ends on March 1, 2018.
We are pleased to announce that the online registration for the Musical Moments Conference 2018 in Salzburg is now open!
Early Bird rates are € 55 (full fee) and € 30 (reduced fee for graduate students) and last until February 15, 2018. All participants must register in advance; registration ends on March 1, 2018.
Please follow this link to register.
The conference dinner will take place on Friday, March 9, at 8 pm at the Restaurant “Nestroy im Schauspielhaus”, Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 22, 5020 Salzburg. Registration is necessary and the dinner is not included in the conference fee. Follow this link for more information and to sign up for the conference dinner.
The preliminary program for the Musical Moments conference is now available online at Program. Please get in touch with us at email@example.com if you have any amendments to your paper title, name or affiliation.
We are delighted to announce that Claudia Gorbman (University of Washington) will also deliver a keynote address at our conference. Professor Gorbman’s seminal text Unheard Melodies: Narrative Film Music (1987) contributed to the founding of film music studies and she will speak on “Musical Moment, Crystal-Song, Rich Song.”
Her talk will complete the keynotes already confirmed by Amy Herzog (Queens College, New York), Rajinder Dudrah (Birmingham City University), and Richard Dyer (King’s College, London).