> last event, 2021, programme – Siba Research Days 2022
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last event, 2021, programme

Monday, March 8th, online
10.00-10.15

Chair:
Pia Siirala
Saijaleena Rantanen, the Director of the MuTri Doctoral School, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki: Opening words

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10.15-10.45

Chair:
Pinja Nuñez
Lucy Abrams-Husso:
Institutionalizing Uptown: A study of contemporary music practice in New York Cities 1960-1970

Conference paper

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10.45-11.05

Chair:
Pinja Nuñez
Martin Galmiche:
Tackling spatial and social injustice in music education: A systems view of AÏCO in Lyon, France
Spotlight on project

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11.05-11.10Pause, 5 minutes
11.10-11.40

Chair: Uljas Pulkkis
Lauri Kilpiö:
Aspects on Texture and Sound as Motivic Components in my Orchestral Work Sinfoninen kuva
Conference paper

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11.40-12.00

Chair: Uljas Pulkkis
Ville Raasakka:
Material Ecology in Musical Composition

Spotlight on project
12.00-13.00Lunch break
13.00-13.30

Chair: Pia Siirala
Spiros Delegos:
A Modal Heterotopia: Signs of Makam Modality in Interwar Rebetiko

Conference paper

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13.30-14.00

Chair: Pia Siirala
Riikka Talvitie:
Mimesis, Metaphor, Modeling — a script as a composing tool

Lecture-recital

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14.00-14.05Pause, 5 minutes
14.05-15.25

Chair:
Johanna Lehtinen-Schnabel
Panel discussion:
Embodied listening and expression in the arts
Professor of Music Education, Marja-Leena Juntunen , Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki – Chair of the panel
Professor, Susanne Jaresand, Artistic Director, Luleå University of Technology, Ballet Academy Stockholm , Professor of Dance Pedagogy, Eeva Anttila, Teak, Uniarts Helsinki
Theatre Director, Erik Söderblom, Harpsichordist, Doctoral candidate, Marianna Henriksson, DocMus, Uniarts, Helsinki
15.25-15.30Pause, 5 minutes
15.30-16.30

Chair: Tuomas Kivistö
Heidi Partti – Keynote: Professor of Music Education, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki
The stories we tell, the world we create. Research as a disruption and source of hope.


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End of day one

Tuesday, March 9th, online
10.00-10.30

Chair: Pinja Nuñez
Pauliina Valtasaari: Career supervision and mental coaching for orchestra musicians
Conference paper
10.30-11.00

Chair: Pinja Nuñez
Anne Elisabeth Piirainen:
Jewish, Russian, French…? Exploring cosmopolitan tendencies in the clarinet music of Yulian Krein

Lecture-recital
11.00-11.05Pause, 5 minutes
11.05-11.25

Chair: Tuomas Kivistö
Helga Karen:
Webern as an inspiration

Spotlight on project

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11.25-11.55

Chair: Tuomas Kivistö
Adriano Adewale:
Berimbau – uncovering the sonic wisdom of a musical bow

Conference paper

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11.55-13.00Lunch break
13.00-14.00

Chair: Tuomas Kivistö
Neil Heyde, Keynote:
Visiting Professor, DocMus, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki
Head of Postgraduate Programmes, Royal Academy of Music, University of London
Finding ‘real’ questions and ‘inventing’ responses? Dispatches from the artistic research front.


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14.00-14.05Pause, 5 minutes
14.05-14.25

Chair: Naiara De La Puente
Paola Livorsi:
Sounding Bodies: a Space Exploration through Bodies and Voices

Spotlight on project

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14.25-14.45

Chair: Naiara De La Puente
Jouni Hirvelä:
Composing with movements – Embodiment of violin playing as compositional material

Spotlight on project

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14.45-14.50Pause, 5 minutes
14.50-15.20

Chair: Naiara De La Puente
Maria Puusaari:
Leading as a Method for Interaction and Communication in the Performance–Practice of Contemporary Music

Conference paper

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15.20-15.40

Chair: Naiara De La Puente
Antti Snellman:
Promoting Self-Directedness: an Educational Double-Edged Sword?

Spotlight on project

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15.40-16.00

Chair: Pia Siirala
Tuire Kuusi:
Professor at Docmus, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki
Ending words

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Keynote speakers:

Professor of Music Education, Heidi Partti, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki.
Professor Neil Heyde, Visiting Professor, DocMus, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki, Head of Postgraduate Programmes, Royal Academy of Music, University of London.

Web-posters:

Uljas Pulkkis:                    Coefficient of variation as a measurement of orchestration timbre homogeneity











Monday 8.3.2021:

10:00 Opening words by Dr. Saijaleena Rantanen, the Director of the MuTri Doctoral School, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki  

10:15–11:05 Session 1

10:15 Lucy Abrams-Husso:         Institutionalizing Uptown: A study of contemporary music practice in New York Cities 1960-1970
10:45 Martin Galmiche:              Tackling spatial and social injustice in music education: A systems view of AÏCO in Lyon, France

11:05–11:10 Pause, 5 minutes

11:10–12:00 Session 2

11:10 Lauri Kilpiö:                      Aspects on Texture and Sound as Motivic Components in my Orchestral Work Sinfoninen kuva
11:40 Ville Raasakka:                                       Material Ecology in Musical Composition

12:00–13:00 Lunch

13:00­–14:00 Session 3

13:00 Spiros Delegos:                                        A Modal Heterotopia: Signs of Makam Modality in Interwar Rebetiko
13:30 Riikka Talvitie:                  Mimesis, Metaphor, Modeling — a script as a composing tool

14:00–14:05 Pause, 5 minutes

14:05–15:25 Panel discussion:                Embodied listening and expression in the arts

Professor of Music Education, Marjaleena Juntunen , Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki – Chair
Professor, Susanne Jaresand, Artistic Director, Luleå University of Technology, Ballet Academy Stockholm
Professor of Dance Pedagogy, Eeva Anttila, Teak, Uniarts Helsinki
Theatre Director, Erik Söderblom
Harpsichordist, Doctoral candidate, Marianna Henriksson, Docmus, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki

15:25–15:30 Pause, 5 minutes

15:30–16:30 Keynote: Professor of Music Education, Heidi Partti, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki

End of day 1

Tuesday 9.3.2021:

10:00–11:00 Session 4

10:00 Pauliina Valtasaari:            Career supervision and mental coaching for orchestra musicians
10:30 Anne Elisabeth Piirainen: Jewish, Russian, French…? Exploring cosmopolitan tendencies in the clarinet music of Yulian Krein

11:00–11:05 Pause, 5 minutes

11:05–12:00 Session 5

11:05 Helga Karen:                                           Webern as an inspiration
11:25 Adriano Adewale:              Berimbau – uncovering the sonic wisdom of a musical bow

11:55–13:00 Lunch

13:00–14:00 Keynote: Professor Neil Heyde
Visiting Professor, DocMus, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki
Head of Postgraduate Programmes, Royal Academy of Music, University of London:
Finding ‘real’ questions and ‘inventing’ responses? Dispatches from the artistic research front.

14:00–14:05 Pause, 5 minutes

14:05–14:45 Session 6

14:05 Paola Livorsi:                                          Sounding Bodies: a Space Exploration through Bodies and Voices
14:25 Jouni Hirvelä:                                          Composing with movements – Embodiment of violin playing as compositional material

14:45–14:50 Pause, 5 minutes

14:50–15:40 Session 7

14:50 Maria Puusaari                                         Leading as a Method for Interaction and Communication in the Performance–Practice of Contemporary Music
15:20 Antti Snellman:                                       Promoting Self-Directedness: an Educational Double-Edged Sword?
15:40–16:00 Ending words – Professor Tuire Kuusi, Docmus, Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki