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Music-related Organisations

British Academy

“The national academy for the humanities and the social sciences”.

British Forum for Ethnomusicology

UK’s largest learned society for ethnomusicology.

American Musicological Society

A “non-profit organisation that aims to advance ‘research in the various fields of music as a branch of learning and scholarship’ “.

Institute for Musical Research

The Institute of Musical Research exists to “promote research from all UK institutions of Higher Education, facilitate research networks and provide training for postgraduate students”.

International Musicological Society

The International Musicological Society’s purpose is “the ad­vance­ment of musicological research on the basis of international cooperation”.

Joint Information Systems Committee

The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) “supports further and higher education by providing strategic guidance, advice and opportunities to use Information and Communications Technology to support teaching, learning, research and administration”.

Music Research Consortium

The Music Research Consortium UK (MRC-UK) represents UK professional organisations promoting research in music.

National Association for Music in Higher Education

The National Association for Music in Higher Education is “the subject association for all engaged in music in Higher Education in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”.

Performing Arts Learning and Teaching Innovation Network

The Performing Arts Learning and Teaching Innovation Network (Palatine) is the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Dance, Drama and Music.

Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research

‘Sempre’ is the only society which embraces research in both music education and music psychology, providing an international forum to encourage the exchange of ideas and to disseminate research findings.

Society for Music Analysis

The Society for Music Analysis is “Britain’s leading organization dedicated to the theory and practice of musical analysis”.