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American Musicological Society Rocky Mountain Chapter

American Musicological Society

AMS "Move along little dogies"

Welcome to the website of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Musicological Society. The Rocky Mountain Chapter brings together professors, students, and scholars from the Rocky Mountain region, which covers the American states of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, and the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Our chapter collects no dues and has no application process. If you live in the region and are a member of the AMS, you are a member of the Rocky Mountain Chapter.


Meetings

2022 Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Music Scholars

 

Registration for the Rocky Mountain Music Scholars conference in Boulder on March 11-12, 2022, is now open. This will be a collective meeting with the regional chapters of the SEM and SMT. We continue to plan for a fully in-person event, and a $40 ($20 student) credit card payment is required.

Learn more and register for the 2022 conference

Past Meetings

  • 2021

    Info coming soon

  • 2020

    Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Chapter meeting was canceled.

    View 2020 Papers Online

  • 2019

    University of Texas at El Paso 
    El Paso, TX  | March 1–2 

    Joint Meeting with the Rocky Mountain Society for Music Theory and the Society for Ethnomusicology Southwest Region. 
     
    Program
    Abstracts

  • 2018

    University of Arizona 
    Tucson, AZ  | March 23–24 

    Joint Meeting with the Rocky Mountain Society for Music Theory and the Society for Ethnomusicology Southwest Region. 
     
    Program
    Abstracts

  • 2017

    University of Utah 
    Salt Lake City, UT  | April 7–8 

    Joint Meeting with the Rocky Mountain Society for Music Theory and the Society for Ethnomusicology Southwest Region. 
     
    Program 
    Abstracts

  • 2014

    Arizona State University
    Tempe, AZ | April 4–5

    Joint meeting with the Society for Music Theory/Rocky Mountain Chapter and the Society for Ethnomusicology/Southwest Chapter

    Minutes

  • 2013

    Northern Arizona University
    Flagstaff, AZ | April 5–6

    Joint Meeting with the Society for Ethnomusicology/Southwest Chapter and the Society for Music Theory/Rocky Mountain Chapter

    Minutes

  • 2012

    University of Northern Colorado
    Greeley, CO | March 30–31

    Joint Meeting with the Society for Music Theory/Rocky Mountain Chapter

  • 2011

    Colorado College
    Colorado Springs, CO | April 15–16

    Joint Meeting with the Society for Ethnomusicology/Southwest Chapter and the Society for Music Theory/Rocky Mountain Chapter

  •  2010
    University of Arizona

    Tucson, AZ | April 16–17

    Joint Meeting with the Society for Ethnomusicology/Southwest Chapter and the Society for Music Theory/Rocky Mountain Chapter

  •  2009

    University of Colorado
    Boulder, CO | April 17–18

    Joint Meeting with the Society for Ethnomusicology/Southwest Chapter and the Society for Music Theory/Rocky Mountain Chapter

  •  2008

    Utah State University
    Logan, UT | March 29–30

    Joint Meeting with the Society for Ethnomusicology/Southwest Chapter and the Society for Music Theory/Rocky Mountain Chapter

  •  2007
  • 2006

    University of Denver
    Denver, CO  

    Joint Meeting with the Society for Ethnomusicology/Southwest Chapter and the Society for Music Theory/Rocky Mountain Chapter

  • 2005

    Northern Arizona University
    Flagstaff, AZ

  • 2004

    University of Northern Colorado
    Greeley, CO

  • 2003

    University of Arizona
    Tempe, AZ

  • 2002

    University of Colorado
    Boulder, CO

  • 1999
  • 1998

    University of New Mexico

Chapter Officials

 people

President: Robert S. Shay, University of Colorado Boulder

Vice President: Carlo Caballero, University of Colorado Boulder

Secretary/Treasurer

Past President: Deborah Kauffman, University of Northern Colorado

Chapter Representative to the AMS Council: John Brobeck, University of Arizona

Student Representatives to the AMS Council:
2020–2022 Term: LeeLee Halbert Hunter, University of Arizona
2021–2023 Term: Misti Webster, University of Utah