The main venue for ICAP-27 is the spectacular Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM), at 273 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario. Since 1886, the Royal Conservatory has offered a sequenced system of study and assessment for music education to students across Canada. Its Koerner Hall offers an unparalleled acoustic experience to lovers of music (or physics).
The poster sessions will be held at Hart House (7 Hart House Circle), which less than ten minutes' walk from the RCM into the University of Toronto Campus. During the academic year, Hart House is a student centre, offers rooms for studying, recreation and socializing. Its facilities include a theatre, an art gallery, reading and sitting rooms, lounges and reception areas, offices, a library, music rooms, conference and study rooms, as well as a restaurant.
Each of these venues is only a few minutes' walk from conference hotels [see ICAP-27 Map] and from the closest subway stops: St. George station and Queen's Park station. What to learn more about Toronto? Follow these links for its history, festivals, parks, museums, and other attractions.
| Early-bird discounted rate|
Until May 20, 2022
Until July 6, 2022
|Late and onsite rate|
Until July 22, 2022
|In-Person Full Delegate||\$750 CAD (~\$600 USD)||\$850 CAD (~\$680 USD)||\$950 CAD (~\$760 USD)|
|In-Person Student Delegate||\$370 CAD (~\$300 USD)||\$470 CAD (~\$375 USD)||\$570 CAD (~\$460 USD)|
|Virtual Full||not available||\$510 CAD (~\$410 USD)||\$570 CAD (~\$460 USD)|
|Virtual Student||not available||\$280 CAD (~\$230 USD)||\$340 CAD (~\$280 USD)|
Cancellations are permitted until June 15, 2022. Registrants will receive a full refund less a CAD $100 administrative fee. If ICAP-27 is converted to a fully virtual meeting, all registration fee categories will be converted to the virtual rate, without any administrative fee. If you wish to convert to virtual, you may do so prior to June 15th by emailing email@example.com. Cancellations must be submitted in writing to Venue West Conference Services no later than June 15, 2022. For Canada visa application denials, the cancellation policy will be extended by one month to July 15, 2022, provided you submitted your application on or before April 15, 2022. Applicants must provide proof of the visa application date, the appointment date, and the denial letter to receive a refund. Registration transfers to another person are permitted and must be submitted in writing. After these cutoff dates, we are still able to convert in-person registrations to a virtual attendance option, but unfortunately are no longer able to provide refunds. Please contact us with both your registration ID and your poster abstract ID if applicable.