Doctoral and postdoctoral symposium in musicology (DSM20), January 17, 2020

Doctoral and postdoctoral symposium in musicology

Friday, January 17, 2020
University of Helsinki, Topelia building, lecture hall C120

Open to all. Welcome!

Note: this event can also provide credits for the “lecture pass” [Luentopassi] TTK-461


12.00 Opening remarks by Juha Torvinen

12.15 Johanna Hyytinen: ”Soprano masculinities or tenor femininities? Defining gender in Kaija Saariaho’s opera Only the Sound Remains”

12.45 Panu Heimonen: ”The Metamorphosis of musical sociability: comparison of passionate dialogue in the two Mozart’s operas (KV 527, 620) and piano concertos (KV 466, 453)”

13.15 Kristian Wahlström: ”Encouraging Yet Demanding: Student-Centered Subject Expert Pedagogy in Popular Music and Hard Rock Groove”

13.45 Lasse Lehtonen: ”Female singer-songwriters as social change in 1970s Japan”

14.15 Coffee break

14.45 Helena Tyrväinen: ”Oopperalaulaja Aino Ackté desentralisoidun musiikinhistoriantutkimuksen kohteena”

15.15 Anna Ramstedt: ”Pianistin soiva sukupuoli – epätasa-arvon sosiaalinen rakentuminen suomalaisessa pianokulttuurissa”

15.45 Henri Pitkänen: ”What is music? A xenomusicological perspective”

16.15 Break

16.30 Elina Seye: ”The corporeality of sound and movement in performance – an alternative approach to analyzing dance-music interrelations”

17.00 Mikko Ojanen: ”FinEARS: Finnish ElectroAcoustic Research Sources”

17.30 Ahti Korhonen: ”Telegraph Time. Sound Inventions and Innovations”

18.00 Closing remarks

The symposium is organized by Musicology, University of Helsinki