Thursday, 25 May (Afternoon)

Thursday Schedule | Programme - jeudi
(Session 1 | Séance 1 10:30AM-12:30PM)

↓(Session 2 | Séance 2.  2:00PM-3:30PM)↓ 

↓(Session 3 | Séance 3. 4:00PM -6:00PM)↓


12:30 pm –   2:00 pm    Lunch / Déjeuner

12:30 pm –   1:00 pm    Session/Séance 1i : MusCan Mini-Concert 1 [EJB 130]
    Canadian Piano Pieces: Mather, Morel, Harman, and Current
        YOKO HIROTA, piano (Laurentian University)

  1:00 pm –   2:00 pm    Session/Séance 1j : CSTM Film Series 1 [EJB 216]
    Chair: KALEY MASON (Lewis & Clark College)
Singing for Justice: Ateetee, an Arsi Oromo Women’s Dispute Resolution Process (Ethiopia) (2017)
        LEILA QASHU (Concordia University)

  2:00 pm –   3:30 pm    SESSION 2 / SÉANCE 2

Session/Séance 2a: CSTM Panel 1 (2:00 – 3:00 pm) [EJB 120]
Devotional Musicking
    Chair: KATI SZEGO (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

  1. Post-Ritual? (Or is it the same old song?): Approaching the Non-Ritual Status of Baha'I Music
         DANIEL STADNICKI (University of Alberta)
  2. Transcribing Modernity and the Rise of Egyptian Coptic Women’s Song Activism
         CAROLYN RAMZY (Carleton University)

Session/Séance 2b: CSTM Panel 2 (2:00 – 3:00 pm) [EJB 130]
Perspectives on Queer Interventions and the Erotic in Musical Ethnography
    Chair: ELLEN WATERMAN (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

  1. Straight to the Heart: Heteronormativity, Flirtation, and Ethnography
        KATHRYN ALEXANDER (Macalester College)
  2. Lip-Synch for Your Life: Embodiment and Technology in Drag and Mainstream Pop Performance
        ANTHONY LOMAX (York University)

Session/Séance 2c: IASPM Panel 1 [EJB 330]
Recognizing Red: A Tribe Called Red from Three Perspectives
    Moderator: KARYN RECOLLET (University of Toronto)

  1. We are the Halluci Nation: A Tribe Called Red, Recognition, and Belonging
        RYAN SHUVERA (Western University)
  2. A Tribe Called Red’s Halluci Nation: Sonifying Embodied Global Allegiances, Decolonization, and Indigenous Activism
        ALEXA WOLOSHYN (Carnegie Mellon University)
  3. “Stepping into an Unsettled Future”: Repetition, Temporality, and the Sublimation of Trauma in a Live Show by A Tribe Called Red
        LEE VEERARAGHAVAN (University of Pennsylvania)

Session/Séance 2d: IASPM Panel 2 (2:00 – 3:00 pm) [EJB 215]
Improvising Oeuvres
    Moderator: FRANÇOIS MOUILLOT (McGill University)    

  1. Dave Brubeck and “Take Five”: Cool Jazz and Improvisational Skills
        BERNIE MURRAY (Ryerson University)
  2. La musique de John McLaughlin: Un paradigme identitaire de transculturalité
        FABRICE ALCAYDE (Université Laval)

Session/Séance 2e: IASPM Panel 3 [EJB 216]
Ecomusicology and Environmental Concerns in Popular Musics: Plasticity, Sovereignty, Ecology
    Moderator: JODY BERLAND (York University)

  1. Plastic Makes Perfect: Popular Music Before Production and After Consumption
        KYLE DEVINE (University of Oslo)
  2. Maria Schneider’s “The Thompson Fields”: Environmental Realism in Contemporary Jazz
        JOEL OLIVER-CORMIER (Dalhousie University)
  3. Electro-Pop as Trojan Horse: Hearing the Call to Arms in Anohni’s Hopelessness
        MARIA MURPHY (University of Pennsylvania)

Session/Séance 2f: IASPM Panel 4 [EJB Geiger-Torel Room]
DJs, Design and the Politics of Intersectional Belonging
    Moderator: CHRISTINA BAADE (McMaster University)

  1. Belonging by Design: The Turntable in Contemporary Culture
        GABRIELLE KIELICH (McGill University)
  2. Female DJs in Canada and the Impact of Intersectional Identities
        MAREN HANCOCK (York University)
  3. “It’s Not About Gender”: DJs, Dance, and the Denigration of Political Correctness
    TAMI GADIR (University of Oslo)

Session/Séance 2g: MusCan Panel 1 [EJB 217]
Canada 150
    Chair: ROBIN ELLIOTT (University of Toronto)

  1. Fostering Dialogue on the Changing Narrative of Canada’s (Sesqui)Centennial Opera, Louis Riel
        TARYN JACKSON / SARAH KOVAL (University of Toronto)
  2. Music, Nation and Celebration: A Critical Dialogue with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s Canada Mosaic Initiative
        NICK GODSOE (University of Toronto)
  3. Commemorating Canada’s 150th: Collaboration Between Composer and Theorist
        JOE ARGENTINO (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Session/Séance 2h: MusCan Panel 2 [EJB 224]
Hammered (I): Piano, Classical, Viennese
    Chair: SOPHIE STÉVANCE (Université Laval)

  1. Les sonates pour piano de Mozart en tant que récit: une approach narratologique de la performance pianistique. Le cas de la sonate K.457
        ANNE-MARIE BÉLANGER (Université Laval)
  2. The Keyboard Trios of Joseph Haydn: Transformed Gender Ideals of the Female Performer
        TEGAN NIZIOL (University of Toronto)
  3. Beethoven’s Piano Sonata Op. 90: The Evolution of the Text Through Its Editorial Life
    CARLOTTA MARTURANO (McGill University)

Session/Séance 2i: MusCan Roundtable [EJB 225]
An Irresistible Invitation for Curricular Creativity: Reimagining Music Programs for the 21st Century

   MARGARET WALKER (Queen’s University)
   BETTY ANNE YOUNKER (Western University)
    PATRICK SCHMIDT (Western University)    
   GLEN CARRUTHERS (Wilfrid Laurier University)


↑(Session 2 | Séance 2.  2:00PM-3:30PM)↑ 

  3:30 pm –   4:00 pm    Break / Pause [Main Lobby, EJB]
  3:30 pm –   5:30 pm    MusCan SCIM ad hoc committee meeting [EJB 209] 

  4:00 pm –   6:00 pm    SESSION 3 / SÉANCE 3

Session/Séance 3a: CSTM Panel 1 [EJB 120]
Divergent Sounds of Muslimhood
     Chair: JULIA BYL (University of Alberta)

  1. Of Sound and Dwelling Among Muslims in Toronto
         ALIA O’BRIEN (University of Toronto)
  2. Turkish State, Self-Legitimacy and the Orchestrated Assemblies
         NIL BASDURAK (University of Toronto)
  3. Beyond Sacred and Secular: Performing New Religiosities in Sh'iite Maddahi Rituals in Iran
         HAMIDREZA SALEHYAR (University of Toronto)
  4. Kept in a Jewellery Box: Iranian Women in Canada, Narratives of Loss, Quests for Spirituality, and the Practice of Rare Listening
         HADI MILANLOO (University of Toronto)

Session/Séance 3b: CSTM Panel 2 (4:00 – 5:30 pm) [EJB 130]
The Labour of Innovation and the Work of Class Movement in Folk Revivals
     Chair: SHERRY JOHNSON (York University)

  1. What Did (or Didn’t) You Do in the Strike? The Absence of the Folk Revival in the 1984 Miner’s Strike, and the Making of Billy Bragg
         DANA WYLIE (University of Alberta)
  2. The Godfather of Celtic Music: John Allan Cameron as Canada’s Folk Music Revivalist
         HEATHER SPARLING (Cape Breton University)
  3. “In the Heat of Youthful Blood”: Tradition, Disruption and the Next Generation of Shape Note Singers
        FRANCES MILLER (York University)

Session/Séance 3c: IASPM Panel 1 (4:00 – 5:30 pm) [EJB 216]
Gender, Aging and Abject-ifying the Canon
     Moderator: GABRIELA JIMÉNEZ (University of Toronto)

  1. You Don’t Belong Here Anymore: Madonna and Place of the Aging Female in Popular Music
  2. “No Matter How Old, How Young, How Sick – I Mean Something”: Peaches and Her Abject Bodies
         CHARITY MARSH (University of Regina)
  3. “We’re the Old Generation and We’ve Still Got something to Say”: First and Second Generation Monkees Fans in the Digital Age
         NORMA COATES (Western University)

Session/Séance 3d: IASPM Panel 2 (4:00 – 5:30 pm) [EJB 330]
Historiography: Drums, Dance and Discourse
     Moderator: MICHÈLE MOSS (University of Calgary)

  1. An Historical Investigation of the Relationship Between the Drum Kit, Drummers and Dancers
         MATT BRENNAN (University of Edinburgh)
  2. Clops, Swats, and Washboards: Percussive Accompaniments in Early Commercial Recordings
         STEVEN BAUR (Dalhousie University)
  3. Revisionism and Recalibration: American Exceptionalism, Discourses of Place, and the Articulation of Jazz History
         ALAN STANBRIDGE (University of Toronto)

Session/Séance 3e: IASPM Panel 3 (4:00 – 5:30 pm) [EJB 215]
Heavier than Metal: Dystopian Worlds, Brazilian Sounds, Québécois to Islam to Girlhood
     Moderator: LAURA WIEBE (Brock University)

  1. Pleiades' Dust: From the Islamic Golden Age to Contemporary Québécois Death Metal
         DENNIS WILLIAM LEE (University of Toronto)
  2. Sepultura and the Reinvention of Brazilian Sound
         JEDER JANOTTI JUNIOR (Federal University of Pernambuco Brazil / McGill University Visiting Scholar)
  3. “All I Know Is All I Know”: Canadian Heavy Metal Girlhood in the Music of Kittie
         CLARE L. NEIL (Western University)

Session/Séance 3f: IASPM Panel 4 [EJB 217]
Micro-Timing the Groove: From Tutting to Timbre
     Moderator: TAMI GADIR (University of Oslo)

  1. Groove, Timbre, and the Metaphor of Weight
         CHRIS MCDONALD (Cape Breton University)
  2. Groove and the Grid: The Establishment of Microrhythm in Vancouver Hip Hop
         MATT SHELVOCK (Western University)
  3. Music, Meaning and Movement in Breaking
         FRIEDERIKE FROST (German Sport University Cologne)
  4. The Musicality of Gloving
         M GILLIAN CARRABRÉ (Western University)

Session/Séance 3g: MusCan Panel 1 (4:00 – 5:00 pm) [EJB 224]
4x4 (4tets)
     Chair: AMANDA LALONDE (Mount Allison University)

  1. Invertible Counterpoint and Witty Conversation in Haydn’s String Quartet in C, Op.33 No.3
        JAMES MACKAY (Loyola University New Orleans)
  2. The Agency of the Cello in Mozart’s String Quartet in B-flat major, K.589
         STEPHANIE MAYVILLE (McGill University)

Session/Séance 3h: MusCan Panel 2 (4:00 – 5:00 pm) [EJB 225]
Breath and Beneficial Practice
     Chair: JANE LEIBEL (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

  1. Music as Mindfulness: Re-Imagining Practice
         KAREN BULMER (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
  2. Exploring the Impact of Group Singing on Adults with Breathing Difficulties
         (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

↑(Session 3 | Séance 3. 4:00PM -6:00PM)↑

  4:00 pm –   6:00 pm    CAML Board Meeting [EJB E012]

  6:00 pm –   7:30 pm    CAML Reception [Canadian Music Centre, 20 St. Joseph Street]
  7:30 pm     CAML Open Dinner [The Wickson Social, 5 St. Joseph Street]

  6:00 pm – 10:00 pm    MusCan Standing Committee of Institutional Members Meeting 
      [Harvest Kitchen, 124 Harbord St.]

  6:30 pm –   8:30 pm    CSTM Executive Board Meeting [EJB 130]

  8:00 pm – 10:00 pm     Downtown Toronto Walking Tour
        Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives music collection, 34 Isabella St.

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(Session 4 | Séance 4)→

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