2nd of May 2022
University of Turku.
Lecture hall: Pub3
Publicum, Assistentinkatu 7, 20500 Turku
We are closely monitoring the Covid-situation and will inform you about possible changes closer to the event. The event is open to the public and we wish for you to join us physically at the lecture hall. Masks are required inside the University’s facilities, and free masks are available at the entrance of the lecture hall. Students who have registered in advance can complete the event as a course. It is also possible to collect entries for the study pass without registration. The event will be streamed only to the students who notify their wish to join via Zoom to Tiina Käpylä before the 2nd of May.
Doors open 10:30
10:45-11:00 Welcome and opening words by Tiina Käpylä
11- 11:45 Lecture given by Prof. Simon Frith (University of Edinburgh). His title is ‘Clubbing, queuing and booing: live music and the sociology of identity’
15 minutes for discussion
Short presentations from researchers, 20 min presentation + 10 min discussion
Chair Tiina Käpylä
13:00-13:30 on Zoom
Dr. Maarit Kinnunen (University of Lapland): Social Identity in Finnish Adolescents’ Live Music Consumption
PhD Student Tommi Iivonen (University of Turku): There’s no point in shouting from margins to mainstream: Underground and counterculture elements in the music scene of Pori.
Dr. Rami Mähkä (University of Turku): Crossbows in firelight: The Medievalism of Ritchie BlackMore’s Rainbow, 1975-1978
14:30-15:00 Coffee break
Panel discussion on the topics of the day
Chair: Tiina Käpylä
15:00-16:00 Simon Frith (University of Edinburgh), Anna-Elena Pääkkölä (Åbo Akademi), Tommi Iivonen (University of Turku)
Chairs: Dr. Tiina Käpylä
Responsible teacher and organiser: Dr. Tiina Käpylä
Assistant: Musicology student Tyyne Rantanen
Organiser: Department of Musicology, University of Turku and IIPC
Please send possible questions concerning the event to Dr. Tiina Käpylä: email@example.com