The ninth annual SASRIM congress was held at the South African College of Music, University of Cape Town from 16 to 18 July 2015, with keynote speaker Christopher Ballantine (emeritus professor, University of KwaZulu-Natal).
Please see the Conference Website for more information.
SASRIM hosted well-known music education specialist Lucy Green from the Institute of Education at the University of London, as keynote speaker at the conference in 2014.
Lucy Green (Professor of Music Education, Institute of Education, University of London) is a leading music education specialist, with a focus on the philosophy and sociology of music education, particularly musical identities. She is the author of five single-author books and her work has significantly influenced the thinking about musical learning and pedagogy, particularly how the learning practices of popular musicians can inform and change formal learning (e.g. Music, Informal Learning and the School and How Popular Musicians Learn).
The Seventh Annual SASRIM Conference was held at Fort Hare University, East London from 18 to 20 July 2013. Keynote speakers at this event included well-known musicologists Susan McClary and Robert Walser (both from Case University in Cleveland, USA). See the SASRIM 2013 Conference Website for more information.
|Susan Mclary (2007 clip - 45:27 mins)|
The Sixth Annual SASRIM Conference was held at Tshwane University of Technology from 19 to 21 July 2012. Proposals were invited on a wide range of music related topics, encouraging discussions across previously segregated sub-disciplines.
The Fifth Annual SASRIM conference was held at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, from 23 to 25 June 2011.
|SASRIM was founded in order to draw together persons researching all fields of music, a move that was intended to stimulate discussions across previously segregated sub-disciplines and to result in synergistic benefits to our research and even to the way in which we conceptualise our research. With this aim in mind, and in contrast to its previous congresses and the 2010 IMS-SASRIM Conference, SASRIM decided not to specify a theme for its 2011 congress. Participants were invited to submit proposals for lecture demonstrations and round-table discussions as well as individual papers.|
The dates of the 2011 Congress were chosen so that participants could stay in Grahamstown for the IASPM conference (27 June–1 July) and the National Arts Festival, Grahamstown.
The SASRIM 2010 conference was held in collaboration with a planned regional meeting of the International Musicological Society (IMS) in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Please visit the IMS-SASRIM 2010 Conference Website for more information.
The SASRIM 2009 conference was held from 29 June - 1 July 2009 in Durban, South Africa. This conference was scheduled specifically so that SASRIM delegates could attend the ICTM conference, also held in Durban from 1-8 July 2009.