The Ethics of Music Making Workshop
The Ethics of Music Making
Workshop dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the death of Samuel Feinberg
Monte Verità, September 20-23, 2012
19:30 Concert: So-Youn Park (harpsichord) : works by C.Balbastre, J.S.Bach, D.Scarlatti
09:30 Hans Günther: "Authenticity versus History"
11:00 Lecture-Recital: Robert Hill (harpsichord) : "The Shaping of Time in the Early Music Performance Practice of Today"; music by F.Couperin and J.S.Bach
15:00 Elena Alessandri : "Ethical Dilemmas of Performance Evaluators"
16:30 Jerrold Levinson : "Popular Song as Moral Microcosm: Life Lessons from Jazz Standards"
20:00 Exploring copies of original instruments: fortepiani after Stein, Graf, Walter, Pleyel(Chopin), Boisselot(Liszt); all built by Paul McNulty, Prague
09:30 Christophe Sirodeau : "Samuel Feinberg as Composer and Pianist"
11:00 Lecture-Recital : Viviana Sofronitzky : Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Liszt; performances on copies of different original instruments built by Paul McNulty
14:30 Lecture-Recital : Bobby Mitchell (piano) plays the Liszt Sonata on a copy of Liszt's 1846 Boisselot piano built by Paul McNulty - discussion with the artist
17:00 Xavier Bouvier : "Shitao's Own Beard: Tradition, Authenticity and the Ethical Dimension of Musical Inventiveness in China."
20:00 Concert: Christophe Sirodeau (piano): Works by S.Feinberg including the sonatas n.2 (1915), 6 (1923), 12 (1962), the Berceuse op.19a (1927) and the Fantasy n.2 op.9 (1919)
11:00 Matinée (ca. 60min) : Christophe Sirodeau (piano): Victor Ullmann: The three Theresienstadt sonatas no.5-7 (1943-44)
Art & Science - Research Day
25 March 2011
Conference Room of the Biblioteca del Conservatorio
via Soldino 9, 6900 Lugano
Durante Art & Science - Research Day, an event organised by the Divisione Ricerca e Sviluppo della Scuola Universitaria di Musica, in which ten projects currently in progress at the Scuola Teatro Dimitri and the Scuola Universitaria di Musica will be presented, representative of the strategic research axis of the SUPSI and placed within the three major research areas of the department: Performance; Composition; Education and Outreach.
Art & Science will be an opportunity to encounter, reflect and understand the various issues within music research and to identify common areas of interest, stimulating collaboration and dialogue with other departments. Research covered will focus on issues such as:
- Creative Arts, information and technology
- Art, space and communication
- Arts education, pedagogy and didatics
- Artistic practice, prevention and wellness
- Arts and society: public and consumers
For more information, please contact Dr. Massimo Zicari: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 20 april 2012, at 14:30
"Great Performance!": Music and the validity of value judgements
Elena Alessandri, Hochschule Luzern Musik, Luzern (CH)
- 23 march 2012, at 14:30
Tools for perfomers: An electronically assisted practice session
Dr Nicholas J. Bailey, Science and Music Research Group, University of Glasgow (UK)
- 17 february 2012, at 14:30
Singers' memorisation and recall for words and melodies: tracking the use of performance cues
Professor Jane Ginsborg, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester (UK)
- 20 january 2012, at 14:30
Managing mental and physical skills for performance
Professor Aaron Williamon, Royal College of Music, London (UK)
- 18 november 2011, at 10:00
What makes music 'music'? : Explorations using zygonic theory
Professor Adam Ockelford, Roehampton University, London (UK)
- 13 May 2011
Scientific Reporting. How to correctly design, set and present a research project in empirical sciences. The effect of being understood.
Dr. Michele Biasutti, Università degli studi di Padova (IT)
- 25 March 2011
Art & Science: A research day focussing on how to approach the study of music and theatre performance and practice, by adopting a systematic, methodically consistent, scientific approach.
Members of the Divisione Ricerca e Sviluppo della Scuola Universitaria di Musica
- 11 March 2011
The study of music performance through the analysis of historical and modern commercial recordings.
Dr. Renee Timmers, University of Sheffield, Department of Music (UK)
- 9 December 2010
Software-aided analysis of recorded performances
Dr.ssa Dorottya Fabian, Associate Professor, University of New South Wales (AU)
- 5 November 2010
Dr. David Wasley, Cardiff School of Sport, University Institute Cardiff (UK)
- 30 April 2010
La DRS incontra il dipartimento Ricerca e Sviluppo della Hochschule Luzern - Musik:
Membri dello staff della Divisione Ricerca e Sviluppo della SUM a Lugano,
membri dello staff dell'"Institute for Music Performance Science", Luzern
- 12 February 2010
Musica elettronica e performance:
Dr. Mieko Kanno, Violinista e Ricercatrice University of Durham
Juan Parra Cancino, Compositore e canditato a PhD Orpheus Institute
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- 29 January 2010
Ascolto in relazione alla musica di Morton Feldman:
Dr. Catherine Laws, Pianista e Ricercatrice free-lance
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- 15 January 2010
I musicisti in relazione alla notazione:
Dr. Paulo de Assis, Pianista e Ricercatore Universidade Nova de Lisboa
- 06 January 2010: new visiting professor alla Divisione Ricerca e Sviluppo: Aaron Williamon
Descriptive Music Seminar
- First Meeting: Elena Alessandri and Hernando Florez, 24 February 2010, from 15:00 to 18:00, aula 305
The meeting was moved to late april
Reading Group: Philosophy of Music
- Next Meeting Monday 23 November 2009, at 14:30, Palazzina DR.