Friday|vendredi 25 May|mai 2018

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Day Three: Friday, 25 May

Breakfast and Registration: 8:00 – 8:30am
Allard Hall (building 11), Main Atrium

Graduate Student Session 8:00 – 9:00am
Rocky Mountain Breakfast Provided

Session 7: 9:00 – 11:00 am


Music Education. Room 11-452, Chair: Chandelle Rimmer




Peer Teaching in Online Courses: Fostering a Positive Sense of Community among Graduate-Level Music Educators

Kristin Harney

Montana State University


Disability, Hacking, and Music Education

Adam Patrick Bell

University of Calgary


Towards an Inclusive Early Music Course Eric Hung

Music of Asian America Research Center


MusicCohort: Assessing Music Student Health

Christine Guptill

University of Alberta


All About the Notes. Room 11-463, Chair: Raymond Baril




Culture's Blue Bin: Recycling Cultural Material in an Interactive Lecture-Recital

Mikaël Francoeur

Université Laval


Cadential Melodies: The Role of the Upper Voice in Form-Functional Cadential Articulation

Kyle Hutchinson and Matthew Poon

University of Toronto


L’Oeuvre de Chopin en Trois Périodes Créatrices: Incidence du « Contrepoint de Genres » sur la Refonte Générique

Jeremi Gendron

Université Laval


Inner and Outer Spatiality of Art Music in the Twenty-first Century: From Art Gallery to Concert Hall (and Back)

Cintia Cristia

Instituto Superior de Musica, Universidad Nacional del Litoral (Argentina)


Betty Andrews Recital Hall. Chair: Allan Gilliland.




Viðarneisti  - Mini-Concert, 30m

Catherine Wood and Victoria Sparks

Brandon University
University of Manitoba


Let It Burn, World Bang (Film, 38m, China)

Jacky Chen (Dir.)



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

Joel Foulet


Break: 11:00 – 11:30 am. 4th Floor Nest

Session 8: 11:30am - 12:30pm


Transformations. Room 11-452, Chair: Kent Sangster.




Schoenberg’s Shape Manipulations: Mapping Motivic Transformations

Adam Roy

Western University


Equity's Challenge to Canadian Orchestras: Is Change Possible?

Parmela Attariwala

York University


New Ways of Listening. Room 11-463.  Chair: Paul Johnston.




Communication, Interactions et Collaborations: Une Nouvelle Approche du Jazz avec Improvisations

Marcel Baptistine

Université Laval


Trans-Diatonic Theory: Concepts and Analysis

Alexandre Negri

University of Calgary


Betty Andrews Recital Hall. Chair: Chandelle Rimmer.




The Sound of Selflessness (Film, 5m, USA)

Nelson Salis (Dir.)



Artistic Spaces: Literature and Painting in Tale à la Hoffmann: The Ringing Glass, by Luis Mucillo (Argentina, 1956) (Lecture-Recital, 45m)

Cintia Cristia and Alexander Panizza

Universidad Nacional del Litoral


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

Session 9: 2:00 – 3:00 pm


Innovation in the Creative Industries. Room 11-452, Chair: Craig Brenan.




Fostering Innovation: Examining the Establishment of a University Record Label

Rose Ginther, Paul Johnston, Erin Yamabe

MacEwan University


Cross-over as Diversification in Quebec Symphony Orchestras’ Concert Programs: A Marketing Strategy Becoming a Common Practice

Laura Trottier

Université Laval


Aesthetic Innovations. Room 11-463, Chair: Tom Van Seters.




Musical Sublimity; The Subjective Turn in Christian Friedrich Michaelis

Morteza Abedinifard

University of Alberta


Music as Temporal Disruption in Assassin's Creed

Stephanie Lind

Queen's University


Betty Andrews Recital Hall. Chair: Raymond Baril.




(Lecture-Recital, 45m)

Heather McGuire

Lakehead University

Break: 3:00 – 3:30pm. 4th Floor Nest.

Session 10: 3:30 – 4:30pm


Social Ecologies of Music. Room 11-452, Chair: Bill Richards




Messiaen, Jolivet, and La Spirale: The Politics of Concerts Societies in Interwar Paris

Ariana Hurt

Université de Montréal


“Salieri was no Mozart”: Re-Visiting the Musical Ecology of late 18th Century Vienna Via the Opera Overture

Alexander Carpenter

University of Alberta, Augustana


Social Ecologies of Music, Too. Room 11-463, Chair: Chandelle Rimmer




Colonial Legitimacy in the Early Operas of István Anhalt

Zachary Milliman

McGill University


Jenny Lind – A Nightingale Case Study

Sharon Krebs

Independent Scholar


Betty Andrews Recital Hall. Chair: Michael MacDonald




Dear Life, (Film, 17m, USA)

James stand ridge (Dir.)



24/04 World Orchestra (Film, 18m, Armenia)

Seg Kirakossian (Dir.)


Annual General Meeting: 4:30 – 5:30pm
Betty Andrews Recital Hall

Cocktails and Banquet 6pm

Conference Center


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