Royal Music Association´s Music and Philosophy Study Group

  • Dodd, Prof Julian (Project manager)
  • Suominen, Marjo (Participant)
  • Johnson, Prof Julian (Principal Investigator)
  • McAuley, Mr Tomas (Other)
  • Nielsen, Dr Nanette (Other)
  • Zangwill, Prof Nick (Other)
  • Gur, Mr Golan (Other)
  • Nehrfors, Mr Mårt (Other)
  • Bonds, Mark Evan (Other)
  • Bowie, Andrew (Other)
  • Chua, Daniel (Other)
  • Cobussen, Marcel (Other)
  • Cook, Nicholas (Other)
  • Davies, Stephen (Other)
  • Deathridge, John (Other)
  • Dorschel, Andreas (Other)
  • Goehr, Lydia (Other)
  • Grund, Cynthia M (Other)
  • Hagberg, Garry L. (Other)
  • Heile, Björn (Other)
  • Kivy, Peter (Other)
  • Levinson, Jerrold (Other)
  • McClary, Susan (Other)
  • Paddison, Max (Other)
  • Spitzer, Michael (Other)
  • Yoshida, Hiroshi (Other)

    Project: Research project

    Project Details

    Description (abstract)

    Royal Music Association´s Music and Philosophy Study Group was formed in the wake of a Royal Musical Association Study Day (in association with the British Society of Aesthetics) on the topic of Music and Philosophy, held at King’s College London on the 20th February 2010; it´s aim is: To provide a distinctive long-term forum offering opportunities for those with an interest in music and philosophy to share and discuss work, in the hope of furthering dialogue in this area. It´s plan is to work towards this goal through four courses of activity: An annual multi-day conference, a series of smaller events, a presence at other events, an on-line presence centered around a website and mailing list. The study group enjoys the support of the Royal Musical Association and the British Society of Aesthetics.
    Effective start/end date13/05/2011 → …

    Fields of Science

    • 611 Philosophy
    • 6131 Theatre, dance, music, other performing arts