About CIMaCC

The Centre for Intercultural Musicology at Churchill College, University of Cambridge was established in 2004.  The Centre aims to:

  • Promote research-in-practice in the interdisciplinary domains of music, intercultural arts and sciences.
  • Provide a platform for collaborative and innovative music-making, performance and composition.   
  • Facilitate discourse and deliberations among musicologists, arts-science practitioners, researchers, scholars and the public through conferences, symposiums, publications, performative events and public engagement.   
  • Share innovative approaches in promoting health and wellness in COVID-19 times

The centre continues its tradition of activities by engaging with researchers and participants from different parts of the world. In addition to organising forums and performances, CIMACC has hosted several international conferences and curated interdisciplinary online and in-person events in conjunction with the Cambridge Festival, namely

  1. Music, Mind, Movement for Health and Wellbeing, Cambridge Festival, 17 March -2 April 2023
  2. Nature Minds! An Audiovisual Creation, Cambridge Festival, 31 March-10 April 2022
  3. Musical Mosaic, Cambridge Festival, 26 March – 4 April 2021
  4. Musical Intersections in Practice (MIP2019) International Conference, 25-26 October 2019
  5. Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures (BIBAC2016), International Conference, 30-1 August 2016
  6. Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures (BIBAC2014), International Conference, 24-26 October 2014

Details of CIMaCC events, publications and audio-video recordings may be found in the various sections of the CIMACC website (www.cimacc.org).