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CFP - Virtuosity - Liszt Academy Budapest, 3-6 March 2016

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Daniel Leech-Wilkinson <[log in to unmask]>

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** The Music and Science list is managed by the Institute of Musical Research (www.music.sas.ac.uk) as a bulletin board and discussion forum for researchers working at the shared boundaries of science and music. **

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Conference announcement and call for papers

Virtuosity – An interdisciplinary symposium

The Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest
3–6 March 2016

  CALL FOR PAPERS

We are pleased to announce the joint symposium of the Kodály Institute 
of the Liszt Academy and ESCOM (European Society for the Cognitive 
Sciences of Music), an interdisciplinary event to be held in Budapest, 
in the beautifully restored Art Nouveau palace of the Liszt Academy 
between 3 and 6 March 2016.

We invite proposals for individual papers (20 minutes, followed by 10 
minutes of discussion) and posters. The language of the symposium is 
English.

Theme and topics

We invite submissions for a symposium on virtuosity in music performance 
that address questions such as the following:

- What is virtuosity?

- How virtuosity is perceived in different ways by musicians and their 
audiences in different cultures?

- How might virtuosity be studied empirically?

- What are the cognitive, neuropsychological and motor mechanisms 
underpinning virtuosity?

- What is the relationship between virtuosity and creativity?

- What is the relationship between virtuosity and enchantment (or 
‘magic’)? To what extent can virtuosity be considered the making of 
magic? Or can be magic be made in the absence of virtuosity?

- How might virtuosity be taught?


Proposals

All submissions must address the symposium theme. Please send us an 
abstract of approximately 250 words as an e-mail attachment in Word 
format to [log in to unmask], specifying whether the proposal is 
for a theoretical paper, an empirical paper, or a poster. All proposals 
will be peer-reviewed by the members of an international review 
committee. In order to ensure anonymity, please do not include personal 
details in the abstract. The name(s) of the author(s), institutional 
affiliation and a short biography of approx. 100 words should be sent in 
a separate Word document. Please indicate in your cover letter your AV 
requirements and whether the presentation will involve live performance, 
and if so what instruments are envisaged.


Deadlines

Submission of abstracts: 31 October 2015
Notification for acceptances: 30 November 2015


Programme and registration

The programme of the symposium will be announced in January 2016. Online 
registration will open in January 2016.

Symposium fee: 100€ for presenters / 50€ for students. Early-bird 
symposium fee (paid before 31 January): 80€ for presenters / 40€ for 
students. The symposium fee includes access to all sessions, conference 
material, refreshments during the scheduled breaks, special musical 
performances during the symposium, and guided tours in the Liszt Academy 
buildings, including the Liszt Museum. Accommodation and meals other 
than refreshments are not included in the registration fee. The 
organisers will provide contacts for hotels with a symposium discount, 
other recommended hotels, guest houses and restaurants near the 
symposium venue, suggestions and free tickets for various concert and 
opera performances in the evenings, and offer support to all delegates 
in order to ensure an ideal stay.

For additional information see the website of the symposium: 
virtuosity2016.wordpress.com

or contact Dr László Stachó ([log in to unmask]) or Ms Éva 
Gyöngy Máté ([log in to unmask]).



Organising Committee

László Stachó (Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest), chair of the 
Organising Committee

László Norbert Nemes (Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest), co-chair of the 
Organising Committee

Jane Ginsborg (Royal Northern College of Music)

Peter Keller (The MARCS Institute, University of Western Sydney)

Jukka Louhivuori (University of Jyväskylä)

Richard Parncutt (University of Graz)

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