American Musicological Society Awards

The American Musicological Society (AMS) has a number of Awards, some with deadlines upcoming. Deadlines and value varies. For some you must be a member of AMS but for others the nominations are open.

Noah Greenberg Award
for outstanding performance projects
(deadline: 15 August 2019)

Thomas Hampson Award
for research and publication in Classic Song
(deadline: 15 August 2019)

Claude V. Palisca Award
for outstanding Edition or Translation
(deadline: 31 January 2020)

Early Music Award
for outstanding work on music before 1550
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

H. Robert Cohen / RIPM Award
for outstanding work based on the musical press
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

Alfred Einstein Award
for outstanding article in musicology (early stages)
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

Roland Jackson Award
for outstanding work in music analysis
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

Judy Tsou Critical Race Studies Award
for outstanding work in critical race/ethnic studies
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

Otto Kinkeldey Award
for outstanding work of musicological scholarship (beyond early stages)
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

Lewis Lockwood Award
for outstanding work of musicological scholarship (early stages)
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

Music in American Culture Award
for outstanding scholarship in music of the United States
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

H. Colin Slim Award
for outstanding article in musicology (beyond early stages)
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

Ruth A. Solie Award
for outstanding collection of essays
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

Robert M. Stevenson Award
for outstanding scholarship in Iberian music, including music composed, performed, created, collected, belonging to, or descended from the musical cultures of Spain, Portugal, and all Latin American areas in which Spanish and Portuguese are spoken.
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

AMS Teaching Award
for an exceptional pedagogical resource
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

Philip Brett Award
Administered by the LGBTQ Study Group of the AMS
for outstanding work in gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender/transsexual studies
(deadline: 1 May 2020)

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Kueneman, Karen
Staff, 2015 Fall

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