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CONF: Music and Christian Scholarship, Yale Univ., New Haven, Apr 2013

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    INVITATION: CONFERENCE ON MUSIC AND CHRISTIAN SCHOLARSHIP YALE 2013 The Forum on Music and Christian Scholarship (FMCS) invites everyone to join us for our
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 7, 2012
      INVITATION: CONFERENCE ON MUSIC AND CHRISTIAN SCHOLARSHIP
      YALE 2013

      The Forum on Music and Christian Scholarship (FMCS) invites everyone to join us for our Conference in 2013, New Haven, Connecticut. The meeting will be held during THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 - SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2013 sponsored by the YALE INSTITUTE OF SACRED MUSIC. Prof. Jeremy S. Begbie, Thomas A. Langford Research Professor, Duke University, will be the Keynote speaker.

      The broad sweep of conference topics explores the nexus between music and Christian scholarship and music. Thirty-six presentations range from historical aspects on art and religion in the Middle Ages and the Reformation, to the religious contexts of music by Messiaen and Beethoven, to the sacred in popular music. The program also contains Music in non-Western contexts as well as a recital performance by the Yale Voxtet in historic Marquand Chapel.

      For details about the program, the presenters, and registration details, please visit

      http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/FMCSConference2013.html

      For further conference details: If you have any questions please feel free to contact the conference coordinator, Albert Agbayani @ 203-432-3220 or via email, albert.agbayani at yale.edu.

      Early Registration ends February 1, 2013. The early registration comes with substantial savings.

      Please advertise this invitation as widely as possible.

      Johann S. Buis
      President, Forum on Music and Christian Scholarship (FMCS)
      Associate Professor of Musicology
      Wheaton College, Illinois
      Email: johann.buis at wheaton.edu
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