Of course, delegates come to our conferences for the intellectual exchange with other researchers. Since Rhythm Changes hosts the largest jazz conferences in the academic field, there is a lot of inspiring banter. But the second best reason to be part of these events are the totally cool collectible retro bags we hand out to the delegates. Keep an eye out for this year’s design, presented here soon!
95 papers and talks about jazz … are you coming? If by any chance you can’t make it to Amsterdam, you can keep in touch with, and contribute to, the twitter conversation via the hashtag or sharp symbol #rcjazz2014….
Keynotes from Steven Feld
…and John Gennari
…performances and films
Feeling bereft after the event? Post-conference blues (who”s writing that piece of music?)? Us too. Wasn”t it good?! But we have one or two ways of helping you Seitdem hat die ganze Welt das roulette gratis liebgewonnen. revisit #salfordjazz13, and here is the first. We”ve storified the twitter conversation, so you can see it all in one place. We”ll add a gallery of photos too soon. Read on …
The first Rhythm Changes Conference will take place in Amsterdam from 2-4 September play casino online 2011. The international event, co-hosted with the Amsterdam Conservatory, will focus on the theme of ‘Jazz and National Identities’. Keynote speakers will include Professor Bruce Johnson (Universities of Macquarie, Turku and Glasgow) and Professor Ronald Radano (University of Wisconsin-Madison). For further information, click on the Call for Papers