PAIG at SMT/AMS 2014

We are thrilled to announce PAIG’s meeting at the upcoming SMT/AMS conference. The program, which includes short papers, respondents, and time for audience participation and discussion, is listed below. We hope you are able to attend! PERFORMANCE AND ANALYSIS TODAY: NEW HORIZONS  Saturday, November 8 from 5:30-7:30 PM MODERATORS: PAIG Co-Chairs Daniel Barolsky (Beloit College) and Edward Klorman (Queens College, CUNY; and The Juilliard School RESPONDENTS: John Rink (University of Cambridge) and Janet Schmalfeldt (Tufts University) PRESENTERS:

  • Benjamin Binder (Duquesne University): “Art and Science, Beauty and Truth, Performance and Analysis?”
  • Elisabeth Le Guin (UCLA): “Dividing in Order to Conquer: Early Baroque Division Treatises, Pedagogy, and the Concept of Mastery”
  • Daphne Leong (University of Colorado): “Analysis and Performance, or, Wissen, Können, Kennen
  • Peter Martens (Texas Tech University): “Ways of Knowing the Body, Bodily Ways of Knowing”
  • Fabio Morabito (Kings College London): “The Private Library of a Famous Nineteenth-Century Ensemble: Looking at Traces of the Interpretative Process as a Form of Analysis?”
  • Roger Moseley (Cornell University): “High Scores: Analyzing Performance as Musical Play”

Click here for more information about the session, including biographies of all panelists and respondents.



Welcome to the blogging presence of the Performance and Analysis Interest Group (PAIG) of the Society for Music Theory. This site is maintained by PAIG co-chairs Daniel Barolsky and Edward Klorman. Please contact us if you are interested in guest blogging about your research, performance, or teaching activities on this blog or to share announcements of work in progress, forthcoming publications, news items, conference events, or other items of interest.

We particularly encourage participation by active performers who are interested in music analysis (whether they are card-carrying music theorists or not). All are welcome!