The Music Encoding Conference 2017 will be held from from May 16th-19th, 2017 at the University of Tours U.F.R. Arts et Sciences Humaines, 3 Rue des Tanneurs, 37000 Tours (Map).
This meeting is organised by the Center of Renaissance Studies (CESR), with the support of the CNRS and the Consortium Musica of Huma-Num, the Very Large research infrastructure for digital humanities.
The Music Encoding Conference has emerged as one of the most important venues for scholars, editors, librarians, archivists, publishers, and software developers to meet and discuss digital music notation encoding and its implications for digital scholarship. Although hosted by the Music Encoding Initiative, we invite members of all music encoding communities to participate and help move digital music notation forward.
- Philippe Vendrix, (CESR/Univ. Tours, co-chair)
- Philippe Rigaux, (CNAM, co-chair)
- Vincent Besson, CESR/Univ. Tours
- Marco Gurrieri, CESR/Univ. Tours
- Hyacinthe Belliot, CESR/Univ. Tours
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