CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES

A page on the conference website will be available for online registration. On-site registration and fee payment will be available during the conference at the registration desk. Students must present a valid document on-site confirming their academic status. The registration fee includes access to all sessions, the e-version of Conference Proceedings (only full registration), conference launch event and coffee breaks. It does not include the conference dinner at the “Heurigen” or accommodation.

For each presentation at least one author should be registered at the Conference before January 15th in order for the abstract to be included in the abstract book, the paper in the Proceedings and the presentation to be scheduled within the Conference timetable.

Registration fees are 290 € for non-students and 150 € for students if paid before October 31st 2020. Late registration fees are 360 € for non-students and 190 € for students. On-site and one-day registration, and accompanying person are also admitted. An additional processing fee may be charged.

Conference registration fees

Conference registration fees (minus ticket processing fee)

Non- students

Students* 

Before October 31st 2020

290 €

150 €

After October 31st 2020

360 €

190 €

On Site registration fees

400 €

250 €

Accompanying person

200 €

100 €

One-day registration fees

140 €

70 €

Conference reception and dinner at the “Heurigen”

25 €

25 €

*Students must present evidence that they are enrolled on a full-time programme of study.

ACCOMMODATION

We are looking for accommodation across all price ranges and a list will be available through the Conference website.

VENUE

The conference will be held at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (MDW). The University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna is among the world's largest and most renowned universities specialising in the performing arts, music, theatre and film. As an international leader of studies in music and the performing arts along with related academic disciplines since 1817, the university currently provides training to approximately 3,000 students from over 70 countries in115degree programmes and 41 supplementary programmes run by 24 departments. It also is the workplace of 1,260 individuals and presents over 1,300 artistic, scholarly and scientific events each year, making it Austria's largest organiser of cultural events.

 
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