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Visiting postdoc Alba Montes Sánchez (University of Copenhagen) will give a talk on the topic: Envy as a social emotion.
Prof. Chris Stover from the Arizona State University will give a guest lecture entitled "Eight Axioms for a Theory of Timeline Music."
The first Research Seminar of the semester will feature the launch of the new international anthology,The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender (New York. Routledge, 2017), edited by Stan Hawkins and published this year.
Dr Luis-Manuel Garcia (University of Birmingham) and Dr Maria Witek (Aarhus University) will be guest presenters at Dance Music, Diverse Perspectives.
Prof. Ben Harbert from the Department of Performing Arts, Georgetown University (Washington DC), will present his research on music in Louisiana prisons on August 24, and participate in a free film-screening and public Q&A on August 21.
All are invited to a free public screening of Ben Harbert’s music documentary Follow Me Down: Portraits of Louisiana prison musicians (2012).
Welcome to the International Music Research Summer School, which will take place in Oslo June 2017. The event is a collaboration between Grieg Research School (Western Norway), the Norwegian Academy of Music and the University of Oslo, Dept. of Musicology.
Professor Jessica Wiskus (Duquesne University) will give a guest lecture on Rhythm and Retention: Thinking through Husserl’s Phenomenology of Time-Consciousness
The next Nordic Sounds meeting features a presentation from Astrid Kvalbein (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Musicology, University of Oslo) on Fartein Valen's compositions titled "A Melancholic Modernist of the North?"
Dr. Björn Heile from the University og Glasgow will give a lecture based on his experiences as an expert member of the FRIHUMSAM panels in 2015 and 2016.
The Nordic Sounds research group aims to establish interfaculty and inter-departmental collaboration on issues dealing with music, sound, subjectivity, national and Nordic identity, culture, and social systems.
This seminar features presentations from two members of the group, who will discuss their current research projects. All welcome.
Is digital production killing the soul of music? Is Auto-Tune the nadir of creative expression?
Welcome to a new concert series featuring 3D electroacoustic acousmaticmusic. In each concert we will play modern and classic immersive and dynamic spatial music on a 47 speaker ambisonics array installed in the motion lab at IMV.
Prof. Tomi Mäkelä will give a guest lecture entitled Does the North still have a chance? Open for all.
Persons with disabilities such as blindness, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s can express themselves musically through movement. Open for all.
Latest developments in spatial audio and computer aided composition tools from IRCAM.
Four of the best “brains” in the field of the cognitive neuroscience will gather in the Music and Brains workshop to show how current research is beginning to solve the mystery of our brain’s fascination with music. The seminar is open to all, but If you would like coffee/lunch - please use the Attendance Form to register by September 1st.
Guest lecture with Professor Dmitri Tymoczko (Princeton University) where he will outline an indigenous theory about Rock harmony. The event is open to the general public.
This presentation by Kyle Devine is about what recordings are made of, and about what happens to those recordings when they are disposed of. The presentation is open to the general public.
Guest lecture by Justin London from Carleton college, Minnesota, USA. This lecture is open for everybody.
Guest lecture with Matt Sakakeeny. The lecture is open to the general public.