Orthodox Music Society Announces Online Publishing


Proceedings Books from ISOCM ConferencesProceedings Books from ISOCM ConferencesJOENSUU, FINLAND [ISOCM] -- The International Society for Orthodox Church Music is pleased to announce that its new on-line publication, the Journal of the International Society for Orthodox Church Music, is accepting submissions for publication.

The first issue will be available as a PDF download on the ISOCM site in Spring 2012.

The ISOCM was founded with the blessing of His Eminence Archbishop Leo of Karelia and all Finland by an international group of musicians and scholars after the First International Conference on Orthodox Church Music, “The Traditions of Orthodox Music”, held at the University of Joensuu in University of Joensuu in June 2005. Members of the ISOCM are found around the world and in a variety of positions related to Orthodox Church music.

The ISOCM is delighted that Professors Hilkka Seppälä (University of Eastern Finland), and Christian Troelsgaard (University of Copenhagen), distinguished scholars in the field of Orthodox Church music, have agreed to be members of the Board of Honour.

Members of the Editorial Board include Dr. Yuliya Artamonova (Gnessin Russian Academy of Music, Moscow), Dr. Nicolae Gheorghita (National University of Music, Bucharest), Dr. Alexander Lingas (City University, London), Dr. Ivan Moody (Editor; CESEM – Universidade Nova, Lisbon), Dr. Aleksander Naumow (Jagiellonian University, Cracow), Dr. Nicolas Schidlovsky (Princeton University), Maria akala-Roszczenko, TM, FM (Secretary of the ISOCM; University of Eastern Finland), and Nikita Simmons (Editorial Secretary of JISOCM, Portland, Oregon, USA).

Papers dealing with any aspect of Orthodox Church music, both monophonic and polyphonic, including history, theory, performance practice, source studies and cultural and theological aspects, are welcome. The language of the journal will be English, but papers in other languages will be considered for publication and published with an English translation. Books and recordings will also be reviewed. Material for review should also be sent to the Secretary of the ISOCM before the deadline of October 1, 2011.

Future editions will be published annually. Editorial guidelines for submissions are available at www.isocm.com/resources/journal/guidelines.html, with additional information available at www.isocm.com/resources/j....

Please address specific enquiries to Maria Takala-Roszczenko, ISOCM Secretary, at mtakala@isocm.com.