Innovation In Music Conference 2022
Royal College of Music, Stockholm
24 - 26 March 2022
Call For Papers
Innovation in Music 2022 will be held at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Sweden on 24 - 26 March 2022. A Routledge conference proceedings book will be published after the event.
The theme remains wide for contributions, but with a titled theme of “Music Production: International Perspectives”
Innovation in Music welcomes academics, creatives, producers, artists, industry professionals, technology developers and equipment manufacturers to come together and submit abstracts for consideration on a wide range of topics including:
Innovative music creation and performance
Music production: past, present and future
Music technology innovation
Innovation in music business
Innovation in music in the Nordic countries
and the relationship to International innovation.
Cross-disciplinary topics around music and innovation
Abstracts of 300-500 words will be reviewed for inclusion in the conference programme. After the conference, presenting authors will be expected to submit a full paper for peer review and inclusion in the book of conference proceedings, published by Routledge.
Abstracts should be submitted via Easychair by 12 September 2021. The InMusic22 Easychair submission portal can be accessed at the following web address:
Innovation in Music are also welcoming proposals for innovative, interactive demonstrations and performances appropriate to the conference scope. If you are interested in being involved in any way please contact us at the following email address:
Dates and Deadlines
12 September 2021 - abstracts deadline
01 November 2021 - acceptance of abstracts sent to authors
15 January 2022 - early bird registration discount ends
24 March 2022 - conference opens
15 April 2022 - full chapters submitted for conference proceedings book with Routledge
We are committed to organising InMusic22 as a full 'in-person' event and encourage all presenters to make preparations for travel and attendance at an exciting event that will bring the music research communities back together. Of course, there may be ongoing COVID-related circumstances which will make this a challenge for some individuals - so, where necessary, we will do everything we can to support presenters who are restricted by last-minute travel issues and those who may be forced to revert to giving an online presentation to the conference delegates.
We will subsequently be confirming full conference details and a complete conference website will be launched in due course.
You can also follow @InMusicConf on Twitter for communications and updates, as well as visit our Facebook page at:
For any other enquiries please email:
Professor Jan-Olof Gullö – Royal College of Music (KMH), Stockholm
Conference Committee Sweden
Conference Coordinator Elina Edblom – KMH
Head of Academy Per-Henrik Holgersson, Academy of Music Education – KMH
Head of Academy Anna Maria Koziomtzis, Academy of Classical Music, Composition, Conducting and Music Theory – KMH
Head of Academy Bo Westman, Academy of Folk Music, Jazz and Music and Media Production – KMH
Conference Committee UK
Professor Justin Paterson – University of West London
Russ Hepworth-Sawyer – MOTTOsound & York St John University
Professor Rob Toulson – RT60 Ltd & University of Westminster
Equality and Diversity
All involved in the organisation of Innovation In Music are committed to encouraging fairness, equality and diversity throughout our event, in terms of the organisational structure, the invited participants and in the encouragement of presenters and paper authors. We welcome anyone interested in the conference themes to engage with us and join us in building a sustainable conference that can represent all corners of the music related industries.
The website from our most recent conference, Innovation In Music 2019, hosted by University of West London, can be viewed here
Below are a number of keynote films from our past Innovation In Music Conferences held at York St John University & University of York (2013), Anglia Ruskin University (2015) and University of Westminster (2017).
Download programmes and abstracts for past conferences:
Innovation In Music 2019 - University of West London: conference programme
Innovation In Music 2015 - Anglia Ruskin University: conference programme
Innovation In Music 2013 - York St John University and University of York: conference programme