Meetings

Conferences & Symposia

Since 2001 the Mozart Society of America has organized conferences that attract an international group of scholars and performers as participants and attendees. These conferences explore various themes in Mozart studies through papers, panel discussions, library- or museum-sponsored exhibitions, and performances.

Our Next Meetings

To be announced

See also Encounters with Eighteenth-Century Music


Past Conferences and Study Sessions

Sessions at the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

  • 2020: [conference cancelled due to coronavirus, session rescheduled for 2021, Toronto, OR]
  • 2019: Music and Mobility (Joint Session with Society for Eighteenth-Century Music). Denver, CO.
  • 2018: Mozart the Wunderkind in Context. Orlando, FL.
  • 2016: Mozart and the Promise of the Enlightened Stage. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • 2015: Eighteenth-Century Views of Mozart and his Music. Los Angeles, CA.
  • 2014: Mozart and his Situation. Williamsburg, VA.
  • 2013: Mozart and the Concept of Genius. Cleveland, OH.
  • 2012: Mozart’s Chamber Music and its Contexts and Mozart and the Allegorical Stage. San Antonio, TX.
  • 2010: Teaching Mozart. Albuquerque, NM.
  • 2009: Biography and Portraiture in Mozartean Myth-Making. Richmond, VA.
  • 2008: Aspects of Mozart. Portland, OR.
  • 2007: Mozart After 250. Atlanta, GA.
  • 2006: Making Opera: Mozart in the Theatre. Montréal, Canada.
  • 2005: Restoring Mozart. Las Vegas, NV.
  • 2004: Mozartean Couplings. Boston, MA.
  • 2003: Mozart and the Habsburgs. Los Angeles, CA.
    Mozart in North America: The Eighteenth Century. Los Angeles, CA.
  • 2002: Mozartean Contexts. Colorado Springs, CO.
  • 2001: Music in Mozart’s Vienna. New Orleans, LA.
  • 2000: Mozart and Women. Philadelphia, PA.
  • 1999: Mozart and Eighteenth-Century Musical Dialect. Milwaukee, WI.
  • 1998: Mozart and Representation. University of Notre Dame, IN.

Panel Sessions at Mostly Mozart Festival, Lincoln Center