RISM at the IAML Congress in Riga

RISM is heading to the Baltic coast this month to participate in the annual congress of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres. From 18-22 June 2017, we will see our colleagues around the world at the stunning National Library of Latvia in Riga.

As usual, RISM is sponsoring a number of sessions. Abstracts are available on the congress website. Presentations will be linked on RISM's congress page and on the IAML website.

Tuesday, June 20

  • 14.00-15.30, Muscat Workshop (open). Klaus Keil and Jennifer Ward will give an introduction to Muscat, RISM’s specially developed programme for documenting musical sources.
    Space is limited. Please register by sending an e-mail to contact@rism.info

Thursday, June 22

  • 9.00-10.30, RISM Open Session

    • Klaus Keil (RISM Zentralredaktion, Frankfurt am Main)
      RISM news and information

    • Agnieszka Drożdżewska (University of Wrocław, Poland)
      Rediscovering monastic, court and church music from 18th and 19th century Silesia. Remarks about collections from Nysa, Oleśnica, Wrocław and Opole

    • Tzu-Chia Tseng (Digital Archive Center for Music, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei) and Bin Han (Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Shanghai)
      The challenges to construct Chinese music literature: starting from the Working Group of the RISM-Chinese language region

  • 11.00-12.30, Advisory Council (open to all national working group representatives)
    Chair: Armin Brinzing (Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum, Salzburg)

  • 14.00-15.30, Commission Mixte (closed)
    Chair: John Roberts (Member of the RISM board)

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