Seminars

Epistémuse (6th seminar)

  • Epistémuse (6th seminar)
  • 07
  • JAN
  • Seminars
  • 07 January 2022

The Epistemuse is an IRN (International Research Network) project that aims to found the first international network of researchers working on the history, historiography and epistemology of musicology, such as it is (and was) practiced in the French-speaking space. The partners of the project cover few countries where musicology is practiced in French language within institutional structures in Belgium, France, Lebanon, Quebec and Tunisia.

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International congress : Tunisian musicological research

  • International congress : Tunisian musicological research
  • 16
  • NOV
  • Seminars
  • 16 november 2021

The University of Tunis and the Higher Institute of Music in Tunis, in partnership with the Center for Arab and Mediterranean Music - Ennejma Ezzahra-, are organizing an international congress about “Tunisian Musical research: A Historical Approach”, on 16, 17 and 18 November 2021. The congress will be held remotely via Zoom platform.

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A dedicating book ceremony with Fakher Hakima

  • A dedicating book ceremony with Fakher Hakima
  • 09
  • NOV
  • Seminars
  • 09 november 2021

A dedicating book ceremony with Fakher Hakima

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Epistémuse (5th seminar)

  • Epistémuse (5th seminar)
  • 03
  • NOV
  • Seminars
  • 03 november 2021

The Epistemuse is an IRN (International Research Network) project that aims to found the first international network of researchers working on the history, historiography and epistemology of musicology, such as it is (and was) practiced in the French-speaking space. The partners of the project cover few countries where musicology is practiced in French language within institutional structures in Belgium, France, Lebanon, Quebec and Tunisia.

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Epistemuse

  • Epistemuse
  • 29
  • OCT
  • Seminars
  • 29 october 2021

The Epistemuse is an IRN (International Research Network) project that aims to found the first international network of researchers working on the history, historiography and epistemology of musicology, such as it is (and was) practiced in the French-speaking space. The partners of the project cover few countries where musicology is practiced in French language within institutional structures in Belgium, France, Lebanon, Quebec and Tunisia.

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Musical dialogues

  • Musical dialogues
  • 22
  • JUN
  • Seminars
  • 22 June 2021

The Center for Arab and Mediterranean Music, with the collaboration of the Higher Institute of Music of Tunis, organize the conferences of the CMAM about : Musical dialogues between the African continent, Latin America and the Caribbean

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National Sound Archive

National Sound Archive

Baron d'Erlanger's archive

Baron d'Erlanger's archive

Tunicomus

Tunicomus

Virtual Visit

Virtual Visit


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