Music Linked Data Workshop

11 Feb

Preliminary Announcement; Call For Exhibitors and Attendees

MusicNet is pleased to announce a workshop on Music Linked Data, to be held on 12 May 2011, 10:30-16:00. The event will take place at the JISC London meeting rooms (Brettenham House (South Entrance), 5 Lancaster Place, London WC2E 7EN).

The morning will feature presentations by the MusicNet team (University of Southampton; MusicNet), David De Roure (University of Oxford; SALAMI), Simon Dixon (Queen Mary UoL; LinkedBrainz), Nicholas Humfrey (BBC; BBC’s music linked data), and David Flanders (JISC; JISC’s plans for linked data). In the afternoon presenters and other exhibitors will be available to answer questions, offer advice on using linked music data, and provide ‘mini-tutorials’ to attendees.

The event will be of equal interest to:

  • computer scientists with an interest in music;
  • music technologists;
  • music librarians and library scientists;
  • digital humanities scholars and digital musicologists;
  • musicologists planning research projects with an online component or website.


The workshop is now fully booked – sorry!

However, places may still be available for the AES ‘Music and Semantic Web’ Workshop on 13th May. See for details.

Further Information

Further information and updates about the workshop will be published at in due course. If you have any questions, please email David at


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