Wednesday|mercredi 23 May|mai 2018

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Day One: Wednesday, 23 May

BREAKFAST AND REGISTRATION: 8:00 – 8:30 am 
Allard Hall, MacEwan University (building 11), Main Atrium

8:30-9:00 Greetings/Opening Remarks
Betty Andrews Recital Hall, 11-150 Allard Hall, MacEwan University

 

Session 1: 9:00-11:00 am

 

Session

Paper

Author

Affiliation

 

 

Sound Mapping. Room 11-452,  Chair: Craig Brenan

 

 

 

1.1.1

Sound Narrative: A Curricular Tool for Inspiring Artistry, Research, and Global Equality in Music Technology Education

Daniel Walzer

University of Massachusetts Lowell

 

1.1.2

Backbeat Placement Affects Tempo Judgment

Bryn Hughes

The University of Lethbridge

 

1.1.3

EQ and Feminized Spaces of Productivity in Toronto

Alexa Woloshyn

Carnegie Mellon University

 

1.1.4

Les Enjeux de la Cartographie Sonore: Dépasser la Frontière de la Neutralité

Rainier Leloup

Université Laval

 

 

Crossing Over, Coming Back.  
Room 11-463, Chair: Tom Van Seters

 

 

 

1.2.1

Strange Instruments: The Dynamics of a String Quartet’s Response to Éliane Radigue’s Electronic Sounds

Emanuelle Majeau-Bettez

McGill University

 

1.2.2

Research-creation in music as a collaborative interdiscipline

Sophie Stevance and Serge Lacasse

Université Laval

 

1.2.3

Creating Virtuosity: Glenn Gould and Electronic Technologies

Paul Sanden

University of Lethbridge

 

1.2.4

Back and Forth: Dialogic Creative Processes

Lauro Pecktor de Oliveira

University of Calgary

 

 

 

Betty Andrews Recital Hall. Chair: Raymond Baril. 

 

 

 

1.3.1

Interactive Eco-Music (Lecture-Recital)

James Harley

University of Guelph

 

1.3.2

Sopanam (Film, 12m, India)

Sharan Venugopal (Dir.)

 

 

1.3.3

WARA, ROAD TO THE STARS (Film, 54m, France)

Joel Foulet

 

 

Coffee Break: 11:00-11:30am; 4th Floor Next

 

Session 2: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

 

 

Writing. Room 11-452, Chair: Allan Gilliland

 

 

 

2.1.1

The Digital Shift: Steve Reich’s Professional Composer era

Twila Bakker

Independent

 

2.1.2

Les Stratégies d’écriture de l’exposition du 1er mouvement de la sonate K. 457 permettant la « mise en intrigue » 

Anne-Marie Bélanger

Université Laval

 

 

Deciding What’s Correct. Room 11-463, Chair: Kent Sangster

 

 

 

2.2.1

Quirky Connections: Telling Tales in Debussy’s Préludes (deuxième livre)

Gregory Marion

University of Saskatchewan

 

2.2.2

Mendelssohn’s Felicitous Solutions to Rhythmic Problems in Strophic Songs

Harald Krebs

University of Victoria

 

 

Betty Andrews Recital Hall. Chair: Jim Head.

 

 

 

2.3.1

Lecture-Recital of the Piano Cycle Métopes by Polish Composer Karol Szymanowski (Lecture-Recital, 45m)

Mikolaj Warszynski

University of Alberta

 

2.3.2

The Biola of the Riau Islands (Indonesia) (Film, 11m, Indonesia, Australia)

Karen Kartomi Thomas (Dir.)

 

 

Lunch Break (on your own): 12:30pm -2:00pm

 

Session 3: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

 

 

Performers Take the Stage. Room 11-452, Chair: Chandelle Rimmer.

 

 

 

3.1.1.

Colliding Concepts: Musical Rhetoric and Strong-Work Concepts Implications for Performers

Kevin Ngo

University of Calgary

 

3.1.2

Le geste conceptuel et le geste sonore dans l’improvisation jazz au saxophone

Martin Desjardins

Université Laval

 

3.1.3

Methodologies for Evaluating and Comparing Musical Performances Using VAMP Plugins

Colin Malloy

University of Victoria

 

3.1.4

From Propaganda to Nostalgia: Reimagining Socialist Realist Songs in Winnipeg's Polish Canadian Community

Muriel Smith

Independent

 

 

“The Artist” Room 11-463, Chair: Jim Head.

 

 

 

3.2.1

La « Big Note » de Frank Zappa comme Mise en Scène de son Personnage

Nastasia Ganon

Université Laval

 

3.2.2

Hearing the Visionary - The Virtuoso as Romantic Prophet

Amanda Lalonde

University of Saskatchewan

 

3.2.3

A “scrim of romantic nationalism”: Audience Perceptions of Dvořák in Late 19th-Century Prague

Eva Branda

Western University

 

3.2.4

Franz Liszt’s Mazeppa and the Aesthetics of Suffering

Jamie Meyers-Riczu

University of Alberta

 

 

Betty Andrews Recital Hall. Chair: Kent Sangster.

 

 

 

3.3.1

 (Lecture-Recital, 45m)

Michael Thibodeau

University of Toronto

 

3.3.2

Refracted Shimmers: Solo Electric Guitar with Real-Time Computer Processing (Mini-concert, 30min)

Sundar Subramanian

Clark University 

 

3.3.3

(Mini-concert, 30min)

Kim Erickson and Evgeny Chugunov

Lakehead University 

 

Break: 4:00 - 4:30pm. 4th Floor Nest.

 

Keynote (reception to follow - cash bar) 4:30pm – 5:30pm.

Sherryl Sewepagaham , "Music Looking Through an Indigenous Lens"

Within Indigenous songs, there is a rich history that holds the culture, language, stories, and legacy of Indigenous people. In look- ing at Canadian music through an Indigenous lens, it brings the listener to the land, a connection with others, and to oneself. Sherryl Sewepagaham, a drum carrier for over 20 years and co-founding member of the 2006 Juno-nominated Indigenous vocal trio, Asani, shares her journey through her training as a Cree-Dene elementary music educator and music therapist, and shares her successes and challenges of looking through this lens while strengthening her cultural identity and balance within these professions.

 

 

Standing Committee of Institutional Members (SCIM) Meeting: 6:30-8:30 TBD

 

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