The College Music Society is pleased to be partnering with Routledge to publish new volumes in both the established and new series of books and monographs. Through this partnership, forthcoming volumes in these series will be reviewed and edited by the CMS Series Editors and Editorial Board, and will be published, sold, and distributed by Routledge.
Musicians' Migratory Patterns: American-Mexican Border Lands | Edited By Mauricio Rodríguez
Musicians' Migratory Patterns: The African Drum as Symbol in Early America | By Christopher Johnson
Musicians' Migratory Patterns: The Adriatic Coasts | Edited By Franco Sciannameo
A More Promising Musical Future: Leading Transformational Change in Music Higher Education: CMS Emerging Fields in Music | Edited By Michael Stepniak
Building a Career in Opera from School to Stage: Operapreneurship: CMS Emerging Fields in Music | By James Harrington
Music as Care: Artistry in the Hospital Environment: CMS Emerging Fields in Music | By Sarah Adams Hoover
Beyond the Conservatory Model: Reimagining Classical Music Performance Training in Higher Education | By Michael Stepniak, Peter Sirotin
Identity and Diversity in New Music: The New Complexities | By Marilyn Nonken
Legacies of Power in American Music: Essays in Honor of Michael J. Budds | Edited By Judith A. Mabary
The Wind Band Music of Henry Cowell | By Jeremy S. Brown
The Art Songs of Louise Talma | By Kendra Preston Leonard
Commercial and Popular Music in Higher Education: Expanding Notions of Musicianship and Pedagogy in Contemporary Education | Edited By Jonathan R. Kladder
For titles published by CMS before 2016, please see the series information under the links at the left of this page.