April 2022 Theme: Strings of Australia, Baroque
AUSTA Conference July 2022
Young Violists Performance Competition 2022
Shoulder Stability in String Players
And lots more!
The next issue of Stringendo will be focusing on presenters and events from our forthcoming National Conference in Melbourne. If any presenter inspired you with amazing new insights, if any event particularly thrilled you, we’d love to hear from you!
Summaries of conferences are a most valuable part of AUSTA’s archives. If you’d like to volunteer to take on the mantle of being AUSTA’s roving reporter and write a summary of the whole conference, your name will be inscribed in AUSTA’s history!
- Contribution deadline: 18 July 2022
AUSTA publishes two issues of Stringendo each year. Efforts are made to reflect the wide range of interests of our members and to bring us into contact with our international colleagues. We believe that we help shrink the distance between Australians living in remote areas. A portion of membership subscriptions is allocated to funding Stringendo.
Each issue contains news, reviews, letters, comments and several substantial articles on topics of interest to players, teachers and makers of stringed instruments.
Guidelines for Contributors & Advertisers:
Responsibility for production of AUSTA national publications rests with the National Editorial Board. The Board produces two journal editions of Stringendo each calendar year, containing a mixture of contributed material, invited articles, news, reviews and short commentaries. The Board welcomes contributions from its readers, but inclusion of material in its publications is the sole prerogative of the Editor. Please note the following guidelines.
All contributions should be sent to the National Editor.
Types of contributions sought:
- Information and brief news items
- Major articles likely to be of interest to members (1350 words)
- Scholarly articles (2000 words)
- Reviews/reports of conferences, seminars, workshops, etc., offering thoughtful and reflective accounts of personal experiences (700 words)
- Reviews of new string music, publications, recordings and concerts
- Viewpoints expressing personal opinion (max. 550 words)
- Authors of major articles must provide an electronic copy in Word format by email to the Editor: email@example.com.
- Authors should include a two-sentence biography of themselves.
- Articles should be in straightforward, concise English.
- Photographs, musical examples and other illustrated material must be sharply in focus and may be submitted in colour or black and white sent electronically as a tif, jpg or pdf file.
- Permission and sources for all images have been sought and acknowledged where possible. If the copyright owner is known but identified in the magazine, please contact the Editor immediately.
- Copyright belongs to the author. However, the Editor reserves the right to first publication of any written material. The Editor reserves the right to edit submissions in the interests of clarity and available space.
- No material will be returned to the contributor, whether published or not.
- For further information, please contact the National Editor – firstname.lastname@example.org
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