Thank you to all those who attended and participated in the 2014 Annual Meeting, and congratulations to the winners of the SMT Publication Awards. The meeting web pages will remain available for one month, including handouts. Video from select sessions will be available until December 17.
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The Society for Music Theory (SMT) promotes music theory as a scholarly and pedagogical discipline. We include among our members not only teachers and students, but also non-academics who have a deep interest in the field. All those who enjoy engaging with music theory are invited to join our welcoming community of musicians who are passionate about this subject.
L. Poundie Burstein
President, Society for Music Theory
Blog: SMT Musings
The Society for Music Theory promotes the development of and engagement with music theory as a scholarly and pedagogical discipline. We construe this discipline broadly as embracing all approaches, from conceptual to practical, and all perspectives, including those of the scholar, listener, composer, performer, teacher, and student. The Society is committed to fostering diversity, inclusivity, and gender equity in the field.
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Until the problem is fixed, all events, CFP deadlines, and Calls for Publications are accessible at the SMT Google Calendar.
In 2015 SMT members will vote for Vice-President and two Board
Members-at-Large. All SMT members are invited to submit nominations for
these positions; self-nominations are completely acceptable and welcomed.
To suggest suitable individuals for these posts, please submit your
nominations online by logging in, then clicking on the tab "Nominations
2014” in your SMT Profile. The deadline for nominations is December