The Medieval & Renaissance
Music Conference 2000 was held in co-operation with
of Oxford's Faculty of Music at St.
from Sunday, 20 August
to Tuesday, 22 August 2000.
forms and preliminary
programme information (updated 17/8/00)
are now available.
- The conference featured approximately
fifty papers by established and younger
scholars on topics from Morley to Byzantine chant.
- Registration included admission
to the conference's Music Festival.
Concerts will be presented in the chapel of St. Peter's College
by Chapelle du Roi (Alistair Dixon, dir.) and A Capella Portuguesa
(Owen Rees, dir.). Admission
to these events was by programme.
The Byzantine service of Vespers was celebrated at 5PM on Tuesday,
22 August. Click here for the Music
Festival press release.
- Single-room accommodation
was reserved in St. Peter's College, which was also the main
site for conference activities. The college is located in the
centre of Oxford one block from the bus station at Gloucester
Green and within walking distance of the rail station. Click
here to find out more about getting to Oxford.
- Out-of-town delegates arriving
on Saturday, 19 August had the option of staying the night in
- Participants were able to
book an additional night in college after the conclusion of the
conference on Tuesday, 22 August. This option was particularly
convenient for those departing on Wednesday, 23 August for the
IMS/Cantus Planus Symposium in Budapest.
- A 3-day Meal Package was available
for non-residential delegates, enabling them to take all of their
meals-including the Monday evening banquet with wine-in college.
- Separate reservations for
the Monday evening banquet (maximum of 110 people) were also
available. Information about booking other single meals is available
- Day and non-residential
participants were welcome to register.
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