International Conference with:
Howard S. Becker (independent scholar), Marie Buscatto (Professor of Sociology, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Tia DeNora (Professor of Sociology of Music and Director of Research, University of Exeter), Antoine Hennion (Research director, Center for the Sociology of Innovation, Paris), Christian Kaden (Professor emeritus of Musicology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Peter J. Martin (Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester), Motti Regev (Professor of Sociology, Open University of Israel), Alfred Smudits (Professor and head of the Institute for Music Sociology)
Werner Hasitschka Rector of the mdw
Alfred Smudits Head of the Institute for Music Sociology
Trio Frühstück: Caprice (VI) mosaïque (Thomas Wally)
Maria Sawerthal (violin), Sophie Abraham (cello), Clara Frühstück (piano)
Music sociology after massmodernism
Howard S. Becker
Why sociologists who study music should know the basics of musical expression and language: Lessons from ethnomusicology
Music sociology in the GDR: Under political dictatorship, despite of political dictatorship
Exploring gender in music... To better grasp musical work
Peter J. Martin
Musicology, sociology and digitisation
Musical cosmopolitanism, bodies and aesthetic cultures
From mediation to pragmatism: Making sociology sensitive again to the value of things?
The unsung work of music sociology?