XII Musical Signification congress in Louvain/Brussels


ICMS12-3

MUSIC, SEMIOTICS, AND INTERMEDIALITY
XIIth INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON MUSICAL SIGNIFICATION
Catholic University of Louvain
Académie Royale de Belgique
Louvain-la-Neuve, April 2 and 4 – 6, Brussels April 3, 2013

Organizers: Costantino Maeder (UCL) Mark Reybrouck (KULeuven) André Helbo (ULB, ARB), Eero Tarasti (University of Helsinki, President of the IASS and ICMS)
Artistic Coordination: Carmela Giusto (UCL)

KEYNOTES
Ian Cross (University of Cambridge)
Carole Egger (Université Strasbourg)
Marta Grabocz (Université Strasbourg)
Robert S. Hatten (University of Texas)
David Huron (Ohio State University)
Florence Gétreau (IRMF / CNRS)
Michel Imberty (Université de Paris X – Nanterre)
Zaven Paré (Universidade PUC de Rio de Janeiro)
Isabelle Reck (Université Strasbourg)
Eero Tarasti (University of Helsinki, Director of the ICMS)
Mieczysław Tomaszewski (Music Academy, Cracow)
Laurence Zbikowski (University of Chicago)
Lu Zhenglan (Sichuan University, China)

CONCERTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES
Robert S. Hatten (Piano Recital)
Mary Dawood (Piano and Poetry)
Reidemeister Move (Arcanum 17 and Borromean Rings)
Ian Cross (Guitar Recital)
Bernardo Rodrigues and Jazz a Zero (Brazilian Jazz)
Robert Michael Weiss (Piano Recital)
Mônica Pedrosa (Brazilian Art Song)
Paolo Rosato and Walter Zidaric:
Lars Cleen. Excerpts form their new opera.

Full program, further information: http://studi-italiani.fltr.ucl.ac.be/icms12/Welcome.html

Download here the provisional program (Sat. 2 March, 21.00)

Download the poster A3: MANIFESTO-ICMS12-2.pdf

Extended Abstract Template: ICMS12_Extended abstract.docx

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