DAY 2    SUNDAY 31 JULY 2016 @ CHURCHILL COLLEGE

(Papers slots are 20 mins each  (15 min presentation + 5 min Q&A).  Workshops are 45 mins each.

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SESSION D :  COMMENCES 11.45 AM

Intercultural dialogues & music-making
Chair: Gabby Arenge
(Recital Room in Music Centre)
Performance art : music, movement & poetry
Chair: Susmita Pujara
(Chapel)
Amanda BAYLEY & Chartwell DUTIRO
Developing dialogues in intercultural music-making.
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Laura BRERA
The cathartic relevance of the subtle body in performance art. READ MORE >>
Juan MONTOYA
Crises of academic music in modern society, the funnel, theory. READ MORE >>
Nina ASSIMAKOPOULOS

Poetry expressed through music beyond the written word.
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Karen LONSDALE
Development of a new Malaysian flute method book: sourcing and creating music for beginner flute players in a Multi-ethnic, Multi-cultural and Multi-religious society. READ MORE >>
Lori JIN CHAO
The artistic characteristics of Peking Opera. READ MORE >>


SESSION E :  COMMENCES 2.00 PM

Critical/intercultural/sonic (ethno-)musicology
Chair: Rachel Lai
(Recital Room in Music Centre)
Performance for spaces, space for performance
Chair: Gabby Arenge
(Chapel)
Trevor WIGGINS
Intercultural good practice versus neocolonialism.
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Sally WALMSLEY
Beyond limits: using participatory arts to explore the world of astronomy at Armagh Observatory – an account of interdisciplinary negotiation in disseminating complex ideas.
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Helen MINORS
Redefining intercultural musicology as a mode of artistic and cultural translation: reassessing the National Gallery’s soundscapes exhibition (2015)
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John RICHARDSON
Space for performance:identity formation in the digitally-connected student live theater audience. READ MORE >>
Leah KARDOS
Towards a sonic musicology: different approaches to contextualising and understanding the experience of music.
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Mark ARGENT
Looking at you looking at me: reflections in a Balinese mirror. READ MORE >>