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Muusika- ja teatridoktorantide VI konverents
VI Conference of Doctoral Students (Creative Branch)

On Tuesday, March 12th at 14.00, the doctoral department of EAMT will be hosting the Sixth Annual Conference for Doctoral Students in the Creative Branch, which is a collaboration between EAMT and the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, with doctoral students from both institutions presenting their research.

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ABSTRACTS

Teisipäeval, 12. märtsil 2019 kell 14.00–18.00
Eesti Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemia orelisaal A-404
Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 14.00–18.00
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Tatari 13, Organ Hall A-404

I 14.00–15.30
Opening: Prof. Kristel Pappel, Head of the Centre for Doctoral Studies

Chair: Tze Yeung Ho
Marianna Henriksson
Affect and Desire in Early Seventeenth-Century Italian Music – a Performer's Interdisciplinary Perspective.

Kirke Karja
Musical Structures and Composition Techniques in Spring by Django Bates

Chair: Piret Jaaks
Maarja Mitt
Space as Actor’s Psycho-Technical Tool

15.30-15.40 Presentation of Jonathan Henderson’s book Rehearsal Strategies Towards Ensemble
Cohesion: Performing the Sonatine for Flute and Piano by Pierre Boulez. Studies on Artistic Research
2, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Tallinn 2019.

Coffee break/networking 15.40–16.00 in the foyer (IV floor)

II 16.00–18.00
Chair: Maila Laidna
Anneli Tohver
Preparatory Work Process of the Pianist with Ballet Dancers and Vocalists in Pozdejev’s Opera Seven Letters for the Meeting (Sieben Briefe zur Begegnung)

Tuomas Kivistö
Natural Sciences as Inspiration in Classical Pianists’ Artistic Work and Research: Anchoring and Tone
Production in Rachmaninoff’s Moment musical op. 16 no. 2 E-flat minor

Chair: Giovanni Albini
Jaak Sikk
Influence of Stimulus Induced Imagery on the Process of Free Improvisation

Jarkko Hartikainen
Materiality – Bodies in Performance, Life in Sound

18.00– ca 18.30 C209, Seminar room
Informal networking with coffee

Coordination of the program: Tze Yeung Ho
Technical support: Giovanni Albini
Organizers: Centre for Doctoral Studies (EAMT)
Coordinators: Piret Jaaks, Margit Võsa (Tallinn), Päivi Järviö, Anu Vehviläinen (Sibelius Academy,
Helsinki)


Call for Papers

Urban and Court Culture in the Early Modern Baltic Sea Region

Conference

2–3 May 2019

Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (Tallinn, Tatari 13)

Organizers: Estonian Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts; Musicology Study Area of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre

The conference welcomes proposals relevant to cultural studies and history and aims to explore urban and court culture, along with their interrelations in the Baltic Sea region in the early modern period. The program covers diverse aspects of written, music, visual and material culture. The conference further seeks to place individual perspectives in the related contexts (e.g. the social position of a person in the service of a city or within a court; the artistic and personal decisions one had to make; daily life and environment of a person).

One such example is a musician and a composer Johann Valentin Meder (1649–1719), whose 300th anniversary of  death the conference will mark. Born in Thuringia, Meder first became a singer and musician at several courts, later obtaining numerous leading posts in the music life of the cities of the Baltic Sea region (Reval/Tallinn, Riga and Danzig/Gdańsk).

All presentations are 40 minutes long, including 30 minutes for the presentation and 10 minutes for questions and discussion. Papers are to be given in German or English. All interested participants are invited to submit title proposals by February 1, 2019 and abstracts (max. 1000 char.) by March 1, 2019 to Kristel Pappel (kristel.pappel@gmail.com).

Participation is free of charge. Accommodation of the foreign conference speakers will be provided by the organizers for the period of May 1–4, 2019.

Further details on the conference will be communicated in a due time.

Graduate School of Cultural Studies and Arts in Estonia

Centre for Doctoral Studies, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre

Study Area Musicology, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre

Organizing committee:

Conference program chair: Prof. Dr. Kristel Pappel kristel.pappel@gmail.com

Research advisers: Anu Schaper, M.A.; Prof. Dr. Toomas Siitan

Coordinator: Aleksandra Dolgopolova, M.A., aleksandra@ema.edu.ee

The event is organised by the Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts, supported by the ASTRA project of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre EMTASTRA,
2014-2020.4.01.16-0043 (European Union, European Regional Development Fund).

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Call for Papers

Stadt- und Hofkultur im Ostseeraum in der Frühen Neuzeit

Konferenz am 2. und 3. Mai 2019

Estnische Musik- und Theaterakademie (Tallinn, Tatari 13)

Veranstalter: Graduate School of Cultural Studies and Arts in Estonia; Studienbereich Musikwissenschaft der Estnischen Musik- und Theaterakademie

Die kulturgeschichtlich ausgerichtete Konferenz beschäftigt sich mit Fragen der Stadt- und Hofkultur sowie mit ihren Wechselbeziehungen im Ostseeraum in der Frühen Neuzeit. Es werden verschiedene Bereiche der Schrift- und Musikkultur, der visuellen und materiellen Kultur behandelt. Dabei ist auch die Perspektive eines Individuums im entsprechenden Kontext zu beachten (welche Stellung es in der Stadt oder am Hof einnahm; welche künstlerische sowie persönliche Entscheidungen es treffen musste; wie sein Alltag und seine Umgebung waren).

Als ein Beispiel eines solchen Individuums kann der Musiker und Komponist Johann Valentin Meder (1649–1719) gelten, dessen Tod sich 2019 zum 300. Mal jährt. Der aus Thüringen stammende Meder wirkte zunächst an einigen Höfen als Sänger und Musiker; die meiste Zeit seiner Tätigkeit bekleidete er aber führende Ämter im städtischen Musikleben in Reval/Tallinn, Riga und Danzig/Gdańsk.

Die Dauer eines Referats ist auf dreißig Minuten beschränkt (anschließend zehn Minuten Diskussion). Konferenzsprachen sind Deutsch und Englisch. Themenvorschläge können bis zum 1. Februar 2019 an Kristel Pappel kristel.pappel@gmail.com geschickt werden. Abstracts (maximal 1000 Zeichen) werden bis zum 1. März 2019 erwartet.

Die Teilnahme an der Konferenz ist kostenlos. Die Buchung und Finanzierung der Übernachtung (1.–4. Mai) wird für ausländische Teilnehmer von den Veranstaltern übernommen.

Nähere Informationen zu organisatorischen Fragen folgen.

Graduate School of Cultural Studies and Arts in Estonia

Centre for Doctoral Studies, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre

Study Area Musicology, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre

Prof. Dr. Kristel Pappel kristel.pappel@gmail.com

Koordinatorin: Aleksandra Dolgopolova, M.A., aleksandra@ema.edu.ee

Wissenschaftliche Berater: Anu Schaper, M.A.; Prof. Dr. Toomas Siitan

The event is organised by the Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts, supported by the ASTRA project of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre EMTASTRA,
2014-2020.4.01.16-0043 (European Union, European Regional Development Fund).