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November 11th, 2020

Graduate Programs in Classics at Washington University in St. Louis

Dear Members, please find the attached announcement of the Graduate Programs in Classics at Washington University in St. Louis which also has special tracks in ancient music and ancient performance. For more information, please, contact Timoty Moore (tmoo...@wustl.edu)

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June 17th

The Delphic Preview: Festival of the Muses (17-20 June)

We are pleased to announce ‘The Delphic Preview: Festival of the Muses’, an on-line event organised by the Center for Hellenic Studies at Harvard University   planned on next 17-20 June, in collaboration with the Isadora Duncan International Institute, the Ecumenical Delphic Union, and the Committee for the Reinstatement of the Delphic Games, and sponsors also include MOISA.
Global community is invited to engage with ancient Greek art, music, dance, poetry, song, myth, sport and theatre in modern interaction through live-streamed performances and discussions, and through a collection of videos, audio recordings, and articles, stored on the webpage of the  Garden of the Muses .
A full description is  here.
Live stream available at https://chs.harvard.edu and on https://www.youtube.com/user/CtrHellenicStudies. Recordings will be available on YouTube.
 
Some of us are directly involved in the panel scheduled for next Saturday, 2.00-3.45pm Harvard time (7.00-8.45pm London time; 8.00-9.45 Rome time): Epic, Hymns, and Invocations: a Live solo musical performance by Bettina de Guzman will be followed by a discussion about ancient Greek music between Gregory Nagy, Andromache Karanika,  Armand D’Angour,  Maria G. Xanthou, Sylvain Perrot  (Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, Princeton University), Theodore Koumartzis, Nikos Xanthoulis and Angelo Meriani
It will be followed (4.00-4.30pm Harvard time) by a Collaborative reading of Pindar’s Pythian 8.

February 1st

CFP: Archaeology of Soundscapes and Soundscapes for Archaeology

Dear colleagues, please, find the attached CFP of the session Archaeology of Soundscapes and Soundscapes for Archaeology in the 26th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA),  Budapest, Hungary, 26–30 August 2020

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CFP: Music and Dance in Ancient Greece and Rome and their Preservation

Dear colleagues, following this link you can find the CFP for the panel Music and Dance in Ancient Greece and Rome and their Preservation included in the Conference in Classics and Ancient History (Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Coimbra, 22-25 June 2020)

https://cechfluc.wixsite.com/ccah/musicanddance

January 9th

13th Annual MOISA meeting. The Sounds of the Beyond: The Mysteries of Ancient Greek and Roman Music

Dear members, please, find the attached CFP of the 13th Annual MOISA meeting "The Sounds of the Beyond: The Mysteries of Ancient Greek and Roman Music" (Strasbourg, 29th June - 1st July  2020)

 

 

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November 24th, 2019

"Patrimonio musicale del mondo antico", Università di Bologna: lectures by Sylvain Perrot

Dear members, please, find the attached announcement of two lectures given by Sylvain Perrot at the Department of Cultural Heritage-University of Bologna-Ravenna (17-18 December 2019)

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September 25th

Nuove volute di versi. Poesia e musica nella commedia greca di V e IV secolo a. C

Dear members, please, find the attached program  the Conference ’Nuove volute di versi. Poesia e musica nella commedia greca di V e IV secolo a. C.’ (Perugia, 8-9 October  2019)

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June 19th

From Past to Present, 12th Annual Moisa Meeting

Dear Members, please, find the attached final program of the 12th Annual Moisa Meeting, "From Past to Present. Transforming historical musical data into possible realities" (Thessaloniki, 8-10 July, 2019)

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May 3rd

The mousike of the Oligarchs

Dear Members, please find the  attached programme of the conference  "The mousike of the Oligarchs" (Strasbourg, May 17th). 
 
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The dance of priests, matronae, and philosophers: Aspects of dance culture in Rome and the Roman empire

Dear members, please, find the attached programme of the conference The dance of priests, matronae and philosophers: Aspects of dance culture in Rome (Fribourg-CH, June 18-19, 2019)

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