Minimalism Extended Registration Open

Registration for Minimalism Extended: The Seventh International Conference on Minimalist Music, is now open. You may access the online form at:

Information about accommodation, travel, etc., is also available via the above link. Those of you thinking about international travel might like to know that you can fly to Cardiff Airport via UK/Ireland/mainland Europe on FlyBe, via Amsterdam on KLM, or via Doha on Qatar Airways. The Bristol Airport is about 90 minutes away by public transportation, Heathrow Airport is two hours away via London Paddington, and Gatwick Airport is about three hours by train. Other major transport hubs (Birmingham, Manchester) are a bit further by train, but easy nevertheless.

The programme is currently being finalised but will begin late-morning on Thursday, 22 August, and finish just after noon on Sunday, 25 August, with sightseeing options available that afternoon.

CFP: Minimalism Extended: The Seventh International Conference on Minimalist Music

Call for Papers
Minimalism Extended: The Seventh International Conference on Minimalist Music
Deadline for submissions: 31 January 2019
You are kindly invited to submit proposals for the Seventh International Conference on Minimalist Music, to be held at Cardiff University from 22-26 August, 2019. 
This conference will be built on a platform of shared dialogue, where the aesthetics of musical minimalism are seen to engage with other contemporary art forms, interrogate and assimilate other musical styles and traditions, and adapt to the stage and screen. 
The organizers especially encourage papers that explore the intersection of minimalist music and other artistic forms:
* minimalism and/on the stage
* minimalism and/on the screen
* minimalism and/in the printed word
* minimalism and/in the visual arts 
The organizers would also welcome presentations on:
* core minimalist works and composers
* minimalist precursors
* minimalism within and outside the USA
* minimalism and the ‘long 60s’
* minimalism and (global) popular music
* minimalist music as cultural practice
* aesthetics/listening/analysis of minimalist music
Contributions are welcomed in the form of individual papers (20 minutes), themed sessions of 3-4 papers, lecture-recitals (30 minutes), and workshops.  
Please send abstracts of 250 words to:
Please include your name and institutional affiliation, if any. For themed sessions, please submit all abstracts together with a brief description of your session’s theme. For lecture-recitals and workshops, please contact the organizing committee at before submitting your proposal to discuss your plans informally.
Organising Committee: 
Sarah Hill, Cardiff University
Carlo Cenciarelli, Cardiff University
Charles Wilson, Cardiff University
David Beard, Cardiff University
Pwyll ap Siôn, Bangor University
John Pymm, University of Wolverhampton