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We invite contributions to the yearbook Res Musica, the 16th issue of which will focus on the role of popular music and culture for people and communities. In particular, we welcome articles examining the meaning of subcultural belonging in the 21st century, focusing on ‘hidden’ histories.

We welcome articles of 6000 to 8000 words in Estonian or English, and collaborations between researchers and practitioners are welcome. Please send abstracts of up to 300 words by 1 September 2023 to The deadline for articles is 31 January 2024.

Res Musica is an international peer-reviewed journal (ERIS classification 1.1.) published by the Department of Music Research and Management of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and the Estonian Musicological Society. The 16th issue will be edited by Brigitta Davidjants, Research Fellow at EAMT and coordinator of the Music Studies and Management curriculum.

Res Musica is indexed in the following databases:
Scopus (Elsevier)
RILM Abstracts of Music Literature with Full Text
EBSCO (Academic Search)

The album „Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre 101“, lays the foundation for a series of EAMT sound recordings, which will present both our current and future endeavours to our followers in Estonia and beyond.

Most of the musicians featured on the two discs are our students, who are performing Estonian and world classics as well as works by EAMT students. All the recordings have been made by sound engineering students and benefit from the wonderful acoustics and state-of-the-art audio equipment of the Great Hall, which was inaugurated for the centenary year of EAMT.

The album can be purchased for 15 euros. Please contact EAMT Research Secretary:
Liina Jääts
+372 6675 808