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February 16th, 2017

Colloquium on Archaeomusicology "Musical Instruments as Votive Gifts in Ancient Greek World"

Dear Members, please, find the Call for Papers for the Colloquium on Archaeomusicology "Musical Instruments as Votive Gifts in Ancient Greek World"  (Boston, Massachusettsm January 4-7, 2018).

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February 2nd

Musica e suoni della Sicilia antica

Dear Members, please, find the announcement of the Workshop in  Archaeomusicology "Musica e suoni della Sicilia antica" (Venice, Ca’ Foscari University, February 27, 2017).

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January 6th

Archeoacoustics and historical soundscapes

Please, find  see the call for papers of the session on the Archeoacoustics and historical soundscapes  at the "Acoustics '17" in Boston, MA, 25-29 June 2017

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January 3rd

Sounds of Prehistory and Antiquity

Please, find in attachment the CFP of the Conference "Sounds of Prehistory and Antiquity" (New York, 24 May 2017)

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10th Moisa Meeting: The ‘Revolution’ of the New Music

Please, find in attachment the Call for Papers of the 10th Moisa Meeting: "The 'Revolution' of the New Music" (Oxford. 28-30 July 2017)

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November 17th

The Sounds of War. Panel at the SCS annual meeting in Boston 2018, sponsored by MOISA

Please, find in attachment the Call for Papers for the Panel at the SCS annual Meeting in Boston (2018)

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November 7th

12th Moisa Research Seminar on Ancient Greek and Roman Music

Please, find the announcement of the 12th Moisa Research Seminar on Ancient Greek and Roman Music  (Riva del Garda, 3-8 July 2017)

November 2nd

PhD Program in Ancient Greek Music at the Washington University in St. Louis

Washington University in St. Louis (USA) is now accepting applications for admission in Fall 2017 to the PhD program in Classics with a special track in Ancient Music. In addition to general requirements in Classics, students in the Ancient Music track will work with faculty in the Departments of Classics and Music studying musicology and ethnomusicology, as well as Greek and Roman music. Previous training in Greek and Latin is required, but previous musical training is not. PhD students receive full tuition remission and a generous stipend.   More information is available on the department’s web site (http://classics.artsci.wustl.edu/special-track-ancient-music), and potential applicants can also contact Cathy Keane, our Director of Graduate Studies (ckeane@wustl.edu). 

October 14th

Dr Maurice Byrne

I have been asked to announce that Maurice Byrne, known to some members of Moisa as a remarkable researcher in ancient musicology, organology and musical archaeology, an accomplshed bassoon player and one of the last of the great English eccentrics, died in September 2016, after a brief illness.

September 19th

The Ancient Greek & Roman Music Reading Group

The Ancient Greek and Roman Music Reading Group has just been created. Please, find the details in the attached document.

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