'CeReNeM Journal is primarily a forum for postgraduate researchers at the University of Huddersfield’s Centre for Research in New Music. Articles, interviews and scores are made freely available in an online format. See Guidelines for Submission.
Editors: David Pocknee, Beavan Flanagan, Braxton Sherouse
Editor: Pedro Alvarez
Issue Four contains articles from composers and performers in the UK and USA engaged with practice-led research. A strong thread emerges of analysis and discussion through transversal thinking across domains of conceptual representation, inscription and the performative act.
CeReNeM Journal is primarily a forum for postgraduate researchers at the University of Huddersfield’s Centre for Research in New Music. Articles, interviews and scores are made freely available in an online format. See Guidelines for Submission. http://www.hud.ac.uk/research/researchcentres/cerenem/submission-guidelines/
Editor: Dr Richard Glover
The third issue of the CeReNeM journal contains five articles which discuss various aspects of the temporal experience of recent contemporary music, from the viewpoints of the performer, the listener and the composer. Discussions of spatiotemporality, microtimings, temporal verticality and cyclic repetition result from a diverse range of scholarly activity, but which all reside in ongoing explorations of how we control, interpret and experience temporality in music.
Issue 3 of CeReNeM Journal has been reprinted as issue 1 of the new online, open access, peer-reviewed journal and resources hub Divergence Press. www.divergencepress.com
CeReNeM Journal Issue Two, March 2011
Specialist training in music – summer courses, festivals and symposia
Editor: Robert Dahm
Issue Two contains articles by postgraduate composers from across the UK and internationally which examine the landscape of early career opportunities provided by summer schools, festivals and symposia and their role as a stimulus for exchange, critical reflection and training for composers and performers today.
Editors: Robert Dahm & Ray Evanoff
Issue One contains interviews, articles and scores with a focus on intersections between postgraduate research and the 2009 Huddersfield Festival of Contemporary Music.