This week during SfM, our own esteemed Dr. Michael Bakan will give a presentation titled, ‘”The Heavier in Knowledge the Better”: Graeme Gibson Speaks on Life, Music, and Autism.’ The lecture will be held in our normal meeting room, HMU 125, at 4 pm. See you there!
Please join us next week as we welcome Dr. Bill Faucett, Director of Development in the Center of The Arts at the University of South Florida, to our campus. He will be giving a lecture titled, “Chiefly Research: An Historical Examination of a World-Renowned Band,” in which he will share a part of his forthcoming book on the history of the FSU Marching Chiefs and discuss some of the research process. Before he became a musicologist and specialized in George Whitfield Chadwick and the musical history of Boston, Dr. Faucett was the drum major of the Chiefs. Please note that this talk will not be held during our regular SfM meeting time, but rather on Monday, October 23rd, from 4 to 5 pm in Longmire Recital Hall. A reception will follow. We hope to see you there!
Please note – SGMRS has been cancelled due to Hurricane Irma
On September 15th and 16th, Florida State University and the Society for Musicology will be hosting the 2017 Southern Graduate Music Research Symposium. With a total of 15 participants from institutions as far west as University of Arizona as as east as the University of Limerick, this conference will cover a wide array of fascinating topics in musicology and music theory. Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Sarah Eyerly, Assistant Professor of Musicology at FSU, and opening remarks will be provided by Dr. Patricia Flowers, Dean of the College of Music at FSU.
You can download a full program by clicking this link – SGMRS Program 2017
If you are interested in joining our event, you can pre-register here.
We hope to see you there!
The Society for Musicology at Florida State University is proud to announce the third annual Undergraduate Music Research Symposium, a student-led conference to be held on April 9, 2016. The Symposium serves to promote excellence in musical scholarship among undergraduate students at our institution. Abstract proposals will be selected for presentation by a panel of FSU graduate musicology students. Proposals may deal with any genre of music and may be historical or analytical in nature.
To propose a paper for presentation, please submit the following:
1. A typewritten abstract (.doc or .docx only, please), double-spaced, of no more than 250
words. Include your name and a title for your paper on the abstract.
2. A one-page selected bibliography.
PROPOSALS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FEBRUARY 28, 2016 AT 5:00PM. Please send
your proposal to email@example.com. All submitters will be notified no later than March 15, 2016. The presentation format will include a 15-minute paper reading (about 7 pages double spaced) followed by 5 minutes to answer questions from the audience. All current
undergraduates are encouraged to submit proposals.
UMRS Call for Papers, 2016
The FSU Undergraduate Music Research Symposium is this Saturday, 22 March from 9am to 3pm in Lindsay Recital Hall. We have a great program in store and are excited to hear some wonderful research! Be sure to RSVP to our Facebook Event. See the full program below or download it here: FSU Undergraduate Music Research Symposium Program 2014.
We are excited to announce FSU’s Undergraduate Music Research Symposium, hosted by the FSU Society for Musicology! Please see the call for papers below:
FSU Undergraduate Music Research Symposium 2014
Friday, December 6th, 2013, 7:00 pm
Collegium Musicum and Cantores Musicae Antiquae
“A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols”
St. John’s Episcopal Church
At the close of World War I, the first service of nine lessons and carols was held on Christmas Eve, 1918, at King’s College, Cambridge. Since then, English schools and universities have traditionally marked the end of the fall term with a service of lessons and carols. Join us as the FSU Early Music Ensembles celebrate the last day of the fall semester at FSU with a program that includes the traditional nine readings, untraditionally read in ancient and modern languages, and interspersed with carols and music for the Christmas season from the Old and New Worlds.