Call for Presentations
The Guild of Carillonneurs in North America invites you to submit presentation proposals for our annual congress and/or our ongoing year-round webinar series.

The congress host and the Congress Planning Subcommittee of the GCNA Board will work together to select webinars and congress presentations.



Topics related to the Congress theme, "Broadening our Repertoire: Carillon Music for Everyone", will be given priority.

Proposal submission deadline for Congress 2021 is March 15.



Proposal submission deadlines: May 1 for Fall webinars; August 1 for Winter webinars.

Preparation: Selected presenters should plan to have their materials (slides, audio, video) ready at least one month before their presentation date.

Student Submissions: Students are very welcome to propose presentations. (Examples: term papers on carillon-related musicological topics, ACE history assignments if you chose to conduct original research beyond the basic requirements, etc.)

Anyone may use this form to submit a presentation proposal. You may submit multiple proposals for different ideas, but please submit a different form for each proposal.

Note: The GCNA is a non-profit corporation organized for charitable and educational purposes. Presentations must not have the predominant purpose of promoting private interests or advertising commercial products or services. If you are unsure whether the content of your proposed presentation is suitable, please contact us to discuss.

Questions? Contact:

Enter your email address below to begin. (We will use this as the primary contact if your presentation involves more than one presenter.)
Email address *
Name(s) of Presenter(s): *
When would you like to present? *
Check all that apply. Your presentation is more likely to be selected if you indicate more availability. Presentations will be selected on a rolling basis.
Presentation Title: *
Presentation Format: *
We are only accepting virtual presentations for 2021
Is yours a Student Presentation?
Typical student presentations will be in the 15-minute range.
Clear selection
Presentation Length (including time for questions) *
Abstract (<250 words) *
Presenter biography (<250 words) *
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