Friday 26 May (Afternoon)

Friday Schedule | Programme - vendredi
(Sessions 4 & 5 | Séance 4 & 5)

DAY 2 / JOUR 2 (Afternoon)
FRIDAY/VENDREDI, 26 MAY

1:00 pm –   2:00 pm    Lunch / Déjeuner

  
2:00 pm –   3:00 pm    Keynote Plenary 2 / Séance plénière principale 2 [Walter Hall, EJB]
    Mutual Acceleration: Why the Modern City Changed Music, and 
      How the Music Industry Became an Agent of Urban Change

       KWENDE ‘MEMETIC’ KEFENTSE

3:00 pm –   3:30 pm    Break / Pause [Walter Hall Lobby] 

 

  3:30 pm –   5:30 pm    SESSION 6 / SÉANCE 6

Session/Séance 6a: CAML (3:30 – 4:30 pm) [EJB 130]
    Chair: DAVID MONTGOMERY (York University)

  1. EMI Music Canada Archives: Challenges and Opportunities
        REGINA LANDWEHR (University of Calgary)
  2. Wikidata, Music and Community: Leveraging Local Music Festival Data
        STACY ALLISON-CASSIN (York University) and DAN SCOTT (Laurentian University)

followed by: CAML Cataloguing Committee (4:30 – 5:30 pm)

Session/Séance 6b: CSTM Panel 1 (3:30 – 5:00 pm) [EJB 120]
Mediated Belonging in Musical Cultures
    Chair: CAROLYN RAMZY (Carleton University)

  1. Attachment and Inspiration in Open Source Music Communities
        JACOB DANSON FARADAY (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
  2. Soirée canadienne: Modernity, Kitsch, and Folklore on Television in Quebec, 1960-1983
        LAURA RISK (McGill University)
  3. The Heavenly Voice of a Nation Iranians’ Nostalgia of Shajarian’s Ramadan Chant as the Embodiment of National Identity
        NASIM AHMADIAN (University of Alberta)

Session/Séance 6c: CSTM Panel 2 (3:30 – 5:00 pm) [EJB 215]
Exploring Musical Identity Through the Study of Gesture and Corporeality
    Chair: BEVERLEY DIAMOND (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

  1. Similarities and Specificities in Percussion Performance: A Comparison of African and Western Percussionists Using 2D, 3D Motion Capture and Eye-Tracking Methods
        FABRICE MARANDOLA (McGill University)
  2. Defining Cultural Boundaries Through Harp Performance: Comparison of Musical Practices Related to bwiti Cult in Three Gabonese Populations
        MARIE-FRANCE MIFUNE (Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle)
  3. Playing Lutes in Iran and Central Asia: The Embodiment of a Musical Signature
        FARROKH VAHABZADEH (Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle)

Session/Séance 6d: IASPM Panel 1 (3:30 – 5:00) [EJB 330]
Online Listening Techniques
    Moderator: DAVID BRACKETT (McGill University)

  1. Catching up with Rancière’s Philosophy in Popular Music Studies: The Dialectic of Inclusion and Exclusion in the Music Distribution
        DANICK TROTTIER (Université du Québec à Montréal)
  2. “Check Out This Link!”: Echo Chambers, Online Listening and Belonging
        OWEN CHAPMAN (Concordia University)
  3. Pulling the Plug: UK Music Radio, Playlisting, Streaming and Hit Making
        J. MARK PERCIVAL (Queen Margaret University)

 

Session/Séance 6e: IASPM Panel 2 [EJB 216]
Historicizing the 6ix: Hip-Hop Cultures’ Coming of Age in Toronto
    Moderator: MURRAY FORMAN (Northeastern University)

  1. Hip-Hop and the Transformative Appeal of ‘Unacceptable’ Art Forms
        SEROUJ APRAHAMIAN (York University)
  2. Following the Thread: Toronto’s Aesthetic Contributions to Hip-Hop Dance Histories
        MARY FOGARTY (York University)
  3. Hip-Hop/Fashion: Basketball, Cornrows and Drake’s OVO
        JACQUELINE MELINDY (Ryerson University)
  4. “Scenes in the 6”: The Emergence of Toronto’s Battle Rap Scene
        SEAN ROBERTSON-PALMER (Humber College)

Session/Séance 6f: IASPM Panel 3 [EJB 217]
New Postcolonial Frameworks: Theorizing Musical Citizenship
    Moderator: ERIC HUNG (Rider University)

  1. Mexican Enough
        GABRIELA JIMÉNEZ (University of Toronto)
  2. Musical Borealism (Re)Considered
        ANTTI-VILLE KÄRJÄ (Music Archive, Japa)
  3. The “Celtic Heart of North America”: Musical Citizenship for Tourists of Cape Breton
        PAUL MOULTON (College of Idaho)
  4. Musical Enactments of Acadian National Identity: Past and Present
        JEANETTE GALLANT (Independent Scholar)

Session/Séance 6g: MusCan Panel 1 (3:30 – 4:30 pm) [EJB 224]
Sounding Place & Plurality
    Chair: ROBIN ELLIOTT (University of Toronto)

  1. “Listening Out” to Experimental Music in Canada: Publics, Subjects, and Places
        JEREMY STRACHAN (Cornell University)
  2. Peter Yates’s “Evenings on the Roof” Concert Series: Intercultural and Cross-Disciplinary Connections Between Music, Literature and Place
        ISABELL WOELFEL (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Session/Séance 6h: MusCan Panel 2 (3:30 – 4:30 pm) [EJB 225]
Traditional Ethnographies in Contemporary Contexts
    Chair: DEANNA YERICHUK (University of Alberta)

  1. Exilic Soundscapes: Musical Imaginings of a Displaced Homeland
        MICHAEL TURABIAN (McGill University)
  2. True Reflections on Barron’s Reflections of Canada
        ARDELLE RIES (University of Alberta)

  5:30 pm –   7:30 pm    Professional Development Session for Graduate Students [EJB 130]
    The Music CoLab Initiative

  7:00 pm –   8:15 pm    Recital: The Gryphon Trio [EJB Walter Hall]
   Works for piano trio by Maurice Ravel (1914), Rebecca Clarke (1921),  
     and Dinuk Wijeratne (2013)

  8:00 pm    CSTM Open Mic (all are welcome) [Pauper’s Pub, 539 Bloor St. W.]

 

Saturday Schedule | Programme - samedi
(Sessions 7 & 8 | Séances 7 & 8)→

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