The Jerome Roche Prize was inaugurated in 2001 in memory of the British scholar Jerome Roche (1942-1994). The prize is awarded annually by the RMA for a distinguished article by a scholar in the early stages of his or her career.
Articles should be in English, and either from a journal, an edited volume or a book of conference proceedings. The nominated piece of work must have been published in 2021. We strongly encourage nominations that reflect the full diversity of music studies.
Full details including how to nominate are available on our Jerome Roche Prize Page.