13th, 14th & 15th February 2015
Royal College of Music, London, UK.
15th August 2014: Paper/Lecture Recital/poster abstract submission deadline
15th September 2014: Notification of submission decision
Start of LIPS Friday 13th February 2015
Submissions are invited for:
Abstracts for papers and lecture/recitals should be between 250-300 words and give background, aims, main contribution and 5 keywords.
Performers and conductors etc, offering a lecture/recital should also send an abstract of 250-300 words outlining the issues provided in the guide below:
‘To deliver an effective research-based presentation on your chosen topic, the committee will expect to see an imaginative choice of topic, professional use of research methods and resources, effectiveness of relationship and balance between word-based exploration and live/recorded musical and a scholarly quality of work in the resulting project’.
Submissions should be made electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 15th August 2014.
All other information will continue to made be available on this website.
Anthony Gritten, Head of Undergraduate Programmes, Royal Academy of Music
Cristine MacKie Music Dept, Royal Holloway
Cristina Gerling, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Dr. Werner Goebl, Institute of Musical Acoustics (Wiener Klangstil), Vienna
Megumi Masaki, Brandon University, Canada