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MiU2023 - Challenges and opportunities in music and education.

The conference is organized by the research network MiU: Music Pedagogy in Development, and takes place at DMMH, Queen Maud University College in Norway.


MiU23 is an inter-institutional conference that aims to establish international meeting arenas for academic, artistic and pedagogical fields of research and performative work in music and education.The MiU23  conference`s theme opens up a diversity of approaches, focus and perspectives on the challenges and opportunities that exist in
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Call for abstracts (deadline: May 15)

You may submit in one of the following presentation formats (please indicate the desired format when submitting the abstract):

  • Paper: 30 minutes. (20 min. presentation, 10 min. response/discussion). This includes academic papers as well as artistic, performative papers. Respondent

  • Symposium: 45 minutes. (35 min. presentation, 10 min. response/discussion). This consists of several interrelated papers. Respondent.

  • Performance: 45 minutes concert, remix/live mix, musical theatre or similar. No respondent.

  • Round table discussion: 45 minutes discussion for groups of 3-5 master students. This format invites discussion of issues relevant for the students' master’s projects. Respondent.

  • Posters: Poster presentations of master projects from 2020-2023.

Scandinavian/English abstracts of 300-500 words will be reviewed for inclusion in the conference program.

After the conference presenting participants will be invited to submit a full paper for double blind peer review and potential inclusion in the anthology published by MusPed:Research.

Go to registration to submit the abstract.