The American Musicological Society was founded in 1934 to advance scholarship in the various fields of music through research, learning, and teaching. 3,400 individuals and 1,000 institutional subscribers from over forty nations participate in the Society.
- NEW! February 2015 AMS Newsletter now available
- COMING SOON! 25 March 2015: Mark Clague, AMS-Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Lecture in Cleveland
- Applications for The Janet Levy Fund are now being accepted (deadline: 2 March 2015)
- Applications for AMS Teaching Fund Award are now being accepted (deadline: 2 March 2015)
- Now available: the latest issue of JAMS: articles by Candelaria, Everist, Mundy, and Piekut; reviews of books by Peters, Currie, and Walden; reviews of digital research projects on Tinctoris, Broadside Ballads, Schoenberg, Britten, and Cage. Read at JSTOR; AMS members: log in for immediate access to all issues of JAMS.
- Upcoming AMS Chapter meetings
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