Previous IAH international conferences

  • 2019 Halle/Saale (Germany): Religious Singing in Childhood, Youth and Education
  • 2017 Løgumkloster (Denmark): Hymnody and Hymnology in Times of Transformation
  • 2015 *Cambridge (United Kingdom): Hymns in Liturgy and Life
  • 2013 Amsterdam: A Sacred Soundscape: Psalms, Hymns, Spiritual Songs
  • 2011 Timișoara (Romania): The Future of the Hymnal
  • 2009 *Kamień Śląski /Opole (Poland): The Hymn in the Midst of Persecution and Oppression
  • 2007 Trondheim (Norway): The Hymn Renaissance in the Nordic Countries
  • 2005 Tartu (Estonia): The Hymn in the Pluralistic Societies of Europe
  • 2003 *Halifax (Nova Scotia, Canada): From Age to Age and from Land to Land: The Transmission and Translation of Congregational Song
  • 2001 Ljubljana (Slovenia): Hymns and National Identity
  • 1999 Kolympari/Kreta (Greece): Orthodox Liturgy and Western Hymnody
  • 1997 *York (United Kingdom): Quality in Hymns
  • 1995 Lübeck (Germany): Speculum Aevi: Culture, Spirit, and Life in Hymns and Hymnals
  • 1993 Järvenpää/Helsinki (Finland): The Nineteenth Century in Hymnody
  • 1991 *Leuven (Belgium): Psalms: Creative Engagement with Tradition
  • 1989 Prague (Czechoslovakia): Hymns of the Bohemian Brethren and the Medieval Origins of Vernacular Hymnody
  • 1987 Lund (Sweden): Proclamatio evangelii et hymnodia: The Missionary Dimension of Singing
  • 1985 *Bethlehem (Pennsylvania, USA): International Roots of American Hymnody
  • 1983 Budapest (Hungary): Folk Song and Hymn
  • 1981 *Oxford: Sources of and Influences on English Hymnody
  • 1979 Regensburg (German Federal Republic): Interconfessional and International Hymnology
  • 1977 Erfurt (German Democratic Republic): The Old Testament and Hymns
  • 1975 Groningen (Netherlands): Questions of Hymnal Editing
  • 1973 Dubrovnik (Yugoslavia): Origin and Meaning of Variants in Hymns
  • 1971 Vadstena (Sweden): The New Hymn
  • 1969 Graz (Austria): Quality Standards for Hymns
  • 1967 Strasbourg (France): The Contrafactum
  • 1965 Fuglsang (Denmark): Contacts with Scandinavian Hymnology
  • 1962 Bossey (Switzerland): Planning of the Source Edition Das deutsche Kirchenlied
  • 1959 Lüdenscheid (German Federal Republic): Founding of the IAH, with Konrad Ameln elected as the first president

*Joint conferences with the HSUSC and the HSGBI