Call for Papers

The CEGeME research group and UFMG School of Music proudly announces a thematic session of the Per Musi Scholarly Music Journal. The session aims at understanding the processes involved in the production and perception of musical performances and is focused on the empirical study of musical performance expressiveness. We invite authors to submit articles presenting research results, empirical experiences, cases, surveying works and other contributions that offer significant advances in the following areas, among others:

  • Multimodal music information extraction
  • Empirical study of performed music
  • Interaction and coordination in ensemble music performance
  • Sonological applications to music learning and human development

Editorial Board Team

This issue is proposed by CEGeME - Center for Research on Musical Gesture and Expression (​​), a research group located at the School of Music of the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, headed by Professor Dr. Maurício Alves Loureiro. Per Musi assigned CEGeME's associated researchers Dr. Flávio Luiz Schiavoni and Dr. Davi Alves Mota as guest editors of this issue.

Submission guidelines and deadline

Please follow the submission guidelines available at Per Musi’s website. For the thematic session, papers must be submitted in PDF and we strongly recommend the Latex template, available on the website. Papers for publication in this thematic session will be accepted until October 31st and will be published on a continuous publication process.


We invite Authors to submit their work in continuous flow (General Topics).

WARNING: Starting in 2019 we have changed the reference and citation standards to the Music Education Ressearch style, available in bibliographic reference managers (such as Mendeley, EndNote, Zotero, Citationsy and others)!

Two thematic sessions are now open:

- Music & Gender - Editor-guest: Antenor Ferreira Correa (Brasília University, Brazil)

- José Maurício Nunes Garcia - Editors-guests: David Cranmer (FSCH, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal) and Alberto Pacheco (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)