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Doctoral conferences


VIII Conference of Doctoral Students 2021

VII Conference of Doctoral Students 2020

VI Conference of Doctoral Students 2019

V Conference of Doctoral Students 2018

IV Conference of Doctoral Students 2017

III Conference of Doctoral Students 2016

II Conference of Doctoral Students 2015

I Conference of Doctoral Students 2014

 

Guest lectures and seminars


2020

 

9.–10.11.2020 Seminar “Writing in artistic (and autoethnographic) research”
Dr Hanna Guttorm, University of Helsinki. Additional information

2019

 

16.–18.12.2019 „Introduction to Artistic Research: Methods and Approaches“
Prof. Ana Sánchez-Colberg
The seminar introduced participants to the concept of artistic research and its relationship to other modes of investigation (scientific, practice-based research, etc). The seminar was structured as a series of provocations addressing specific issues/topics followed by breakaway groups for discussion/instances of practice. A key aim was to further understanding of how critical concepts intertwine with practice.

 

18.–20.10.2019 „Seminar Opera as Imagination and Realization“
The interdisciplinary seminar aimed to bring together librettists, dramaturges, composers, directors, set designers, conductors and singers to discuss, what does opera/ music theatre  mean for them, what kind of experience do they have. The goal of the seminar is to help young composers, librettists et al. find their path in music theatre. Presentations and round tables with Juhani Nuorvala, Helena Tulve, Bettina Bartz, Stephan Dörschel, Michiel Dijkema, Maarja Kangro, Lilja Blumenfeld, Harry Liivrand et al. More information

 

18.–19.02.2019 „Seminar on autoethnography“
DMus. Päivi Järviö, Sibelius Academy
”One of the focal points in a musicians doctoral project is one’s own experience which affects not only the artistic decisions but often also the choices made during the research. This seminar aims at exploring and developing the modes of the musician of researching and verbalizing their own experience. Research texts based on a researcher’s own experience as well as the foundations and challenges of research and writing based on a musician’s own experience will be discussed. Texts based on each student’s own doctoral project will be produced.” More information

 

2018

19.–22.11.2018 Musicology Special Seminar DOK431, MTX771, 772 Playing expressively. Performing conventions in Western Music from 1700 to 1950“
Prof. Dr. Dominik Sackmann, Zürich
Topics:
* Introduction: Musical Text and Interpretation
* Accents
* Bars and phrases
* From Ornamentation to Improvisation
* Tempo and tempo modifications
* Cadenzas
* Musical rhetoric
* Non-expressive playing

 

9.11.2018 Lecture-performance “Sisenemine sisenemisse” and round-table (in Estonian) More information

 

28.10–3.11.2018 „International Contemporary Music Festival AFEKT2018 symposium“
Symposium featured the works of festival resident composers Helmut Lachenmann, Rebecca Saunders and Enno Poppe. More information

 

12.06.2018 „Consultations on Artistic Research
Peter Dejans, Orpheus Institute, Ghent
On June 12,  2018, at 15.30 (room C209) Peter Dejans consulted doctoral students of artistic branch. He also took part in discussions of the Doctoral Study Programme Council. On June 13, he attended the defence of doctoral thesis, written by Jonathan Henderson.

 

23.–26.04.2018 „Musicology Special Seminars (MTX771, MTX772, DOK431)“
Richard Taruskin 16.15–18.30 A-402
23.04    The History of What? – On music historiography
24.04    How Things Stand Now – On performance practice
25.04    But Aren’t All Traditions Invented? – On musical transmission
26.04    Essence or Context – On musical ontology

 

16.–20.04.2018 „Opera Singer & Musician Career Seminar / How to kickstart your professional career
Zenaida des Aubris (Berlin)

 

5.–9.03.2018 „Musicology Special Seminars (MTX771, MTX772, DOK431)“
Prof Dr Oliver Korte (Lübeck Music High School)
Carl Friedrich Weitzmann, his theoretical explanations of Liszt’s „Music of the future“ – and what Neo-Riemannian theory made of it
Monday, 5.03. C207: „Carl Friedrich Weitzmann, Franz Liszt, and the augmented triad”
Tuesday, 6.03. A402: “Weitzmann-Regions, hexatonic cycles, and their historical emergence. Modulations, sequential models etc.”
Wednesday, 7.03. C207: “Boretz-spiders, octatonic cycles, and their historical emergence. Modulations, sequential models etc.”
Thursday, 8.03. C207: “Workshop with compositions/musical sketches of the participants”
Friday, 9.03. C207: “Leaving the boundaries of tonality. Principles of evenness and symmetry in the music of the early 20th century“

 

2017

 

18.–20.04.2017 „Practical Opera Production. From first draft till opening night“
Dr. Boris Kehrmann (Berlin/Karlsruhe)
Dramaturg at the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe
Tuesday, 18.04. 14.30–18.00 C105
Wednesday, 19.04. 14.30–18.00 A103
Thursday, 20.04. 14.30–16.00 C105
Introduction to the seminar (in English): Monday, 17.04. 16.15–18.00 C105 (Kristel Pappel): Verdi’s “Macbeth”, Meyerbeer’s “Le prophète”, Wagner’s “Rheingold” and “Die Walküre” (in English)
The business of staging an opera at German opera houses is a complex process. It involves philosophical, aesthetical, economical and practical aspects as well as aspects of audience response.
About the topic: An opera production is an interpretation of a work of art. It is not the work itself but an artistical creation of its own right. The collective process of creating it involves intentional and non-intentional biases.
The seminar will explore these forces in five sessions as they were in work in four recent productions at the Staatstheater Karlsruhe: Verdi’s “Macbeth” (unabridged Paris version, 1865; dir.: Holger Müller-Brandes, set: Philipp Fürhofer); Meyerbeer’s “Le prophète” (dir.: Tobias Kratzer, set: Rainer Sellmaier); Wagner’s “Rheingold” (dir.: David Hermann, set: Jo Schramm) and “Die Walküre” (dir.: Yuval Sharon, set: Sebastian Hannak).
Excerpts of these productions will be screened. Knowledge of these works is required. Seminar language will be English.
Reading materialsKnowledge of the operas, mentioned above, is required.
Assessment criteria: Active participation, discussing — 2 ECTS;  essay 3000 characters with spaces for BAK and MAG students — 3 ECTS; 6000 characters with spaces for doctoral students — 3 ECTS.

 

13.–14.03.2017 „Consultations on Artistic Research
Peter Dejans, Orpheus Institute, Ghent
A seminar on artistic research and its supervision led by Peter Dejans, director of Orpheus Institute (Ghent), took place on March 13, 2017, at 16.15. All the Supervisors of doctoral theses were welcome to the seminar.
On March, 12 and 14 Peter Dejans at the conference of doctoral students the same day, that started at 14 in the organ hall A404.