Music Research, Now!

[updated program, 29th Jan morning!]

Music Research, Now! / Musiikintutkimus, nyt! / Musikforskning, nu!

Friday 29th January, 2016 10-16
Janus Lecture Hall (Artium Building, Sirkkala Campus Area; Kaivokatu 12), University of Turku

The fifth annual Music Research, Now! symposium invites Turku-based researchers from whatever field of study, engaging with music or sound, to present their ongoing research at this event.

The main purpose of the event is to facilitate networking among music researchers from various departments and units at the University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Sibelius Museum, and other educational and cultural institutes in Turku. We especially encourage scholars from such fields as, but not limited to, musicology, music education, cultural history, art and media studies, cultural studies, sociology, philosophy, gender studies, and archive work, to actively participate in the event. The symposium is an opportunity for a researcher to receive feedback from the entire pool of music/sound researchers working in the city.

This year’s event is organised by the Department of Cultural History, with the International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC).
Program:

10.00-10:15 Opening words

10.15-10:30 Sini Mononen: Musiikin traumaattinen merkki vainoamiskokemuksen esityksessä

10:30-10:45 Yrjö Heinonen: “Ulkomusiikillisen” esittäminen musiikissa

10:45-11 Marjaana Virtanen: Kamarimusiikki, vuorovaikutus ja yhteisöllisyys vuoden 2015 Meidän Festivaalilla

11-11:15 Sanna Qvick: Satu peilaa todellisuutta: 2000-luvun suomalaisten satuelokuvien musiikillinen kerronta ja yhteiskunnalliset teemat

11:15-11:30 Liisamaija Hautsalo: Yhteiskunnalliset aiheet 2000-luvun suomalaisessa oopperassa

11:30-11:45 Tiina Käpylä: Nuorten bändiläisten käsityksiä muusikkoudesta. Muusikon subjektipostion ottaminen ja saaminen

11:45-12 Hannu Salmi: Virtuoosit ja viraalisuus – Paganini, Liszt ja julkisuuskulttuurin reitit 1820–1840-lukujen Euroopassa

12-13:15 Lunch

13:15-13:30 John Richardson: Cute and Zany as Aesthetic Categories in Musical Performances

13:30-13:45 Inka Rantakallio: Discourses of Authenticity and Spirituality in Finnish Underground Rap

13:45-14 Tuomas Auvinen: The Best Seat of the House: Aspects on the Production of Classical Records

14-14:15 Kim Ramstedt: Analysing Aura in Sound Recordings. The Case of Reggae Dubplate Specials

14:15-14:30 Jopi Harri: Mediaeval and early modern manuscripts of Eastern Slavic chant in Finnish public repositories

14:30-14:45 Laila El-Mahgary: Live Entertainment in the Fairytale City of Sharm EL Sheikh

14:45-15 Susanna Välimäki: Music Festival as Social Activism: A Case Study of Meidän Festivaali / Our Festival 2015

15-15:15 Coffee (provided for the speakers and registered)

15:15-16 Kimi Kärki: IIPC Debate #79: Evolutions of the Wall, 1979-2013

Dr Kärki gives the debate in order to celebrate the publication of the edited collection Arena Concert: Music, Media, and Mass Entertainment (edited by Robert Edgar, Kirsty Fairclough-Isaacs, Benjamin Halligan and Nicola Spelman), where he provided a chapter on Pink Floyd’s and Roger Waters’ The Wall concerts.
Hardback:
http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/the-arena-concert-9781628925548/
Paperback:
http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/the-arena-concert-9781628925555/
EBook:
http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/the-arena-concert-9781628925562/

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About Kimi Kärki

Coordinator: International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC), PhD Programme in Popular Culture Studies (PPCS) & International Master's programme European Heritage, Digital Media and the Information Society (EuroMACHS).

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