The Conference Programme for February 2013

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Conference Programme 2013

 

Friday, 8th February 2013.
8.30-9.00 REGISTRATION
Recital Hall, Royal College of Music
9.00-9.15 Welcome
9.15-10.00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS – Professor Roger Kneebone, Imperial College
THEMATIC SESSIONS
MIND & BODY
10.00-10.30 Jennifer MacRitchie & Alessandro Guisti, Embodying Intentional Musical
Expression Through Piano Touch: A Motion Capture Study.
10.30-11.00 Lois Svard, It’s All in Your Mind: Motor Imagery and the Pianist.
11.00-11.30 BREAK
11.30-12.00 Kathleen Riley, Understanding the Physiology of Performance.
12.00-12.30 Lilian Simones, An Exploratory Analysis into the Role of Gesture in Instrumental Music teaching and Learning.
12.30-1.00 Lois Svard, The Pianist’s Brain: Why and How We Are Different.
1.00-2.00 LUNCH
2.00-2.30 Luciana Hamond, The Nature of Feedback in Piano Learning & Teaching in Higher Education.
2.30-3.00 Miguel Henriques. The Role of Information in Pianism.
REPERTOIRE,  INTERPRETATION & HISTORICAL RECORDINGS
3.00.3.30 Matthew Schellhorn, Sunsets & Silences: The Passage of Time in Messiaen’s Catalogue d’oiseaux.
3.30-4.00 Patricia Abdalla & Nancy Lee Harper, From Lisbon to Rio: The Absence of
Portuguese Piano Music in the New State (1930-1940).
4.00-4.30 BREAK
4.30-5.00 Georgia Volioti, Musing on the Past: Historical Recordings as Creative Resources for Piano Performance.
ANXIETY IN PIANO PERFORMANCE
5.00-5.30 Nancy Lee Harper, Portuguese Piano Music for Multiple Players
from the Eighteenth Century to Modern Times: A Bibliography.
5.30-6.0 Fiammetta Facchini and Nancy Lee Harper, Anxiety in Instrumental Duo.
6.0-6.30 CONTEMPORARY PERFORMANCE PRACTICE ISSUES  Ana Cristina Bernardo & Eduardo Lopes, Some 21th Century
Performance Practice Issues: The Piano in “Um Sina Contra o Tempo”.

 

Friday 8th February 2013
PARALLEL PAPERS, PARRY ROOM
PEDAGOGY
10.00-10.30 Huisman, Musical Complexity: Nature of Limits & Limits of Nature.
10.30-11.00 Yuki Moriji, The Influence of Piano Teachers on Piano Expertise.
11.00-11.30 BREAK BREAK
11.30-12.00 Barbara Fast & Jennifer Mishra, Exploration of Practice Strategies Related
to the Premier of Classical Music.
12.00-12.30 Zelia Chueke & Roger Chaffin, Performance Cues for Music ‘with no plan’:
12.30-1.0 A Case Study of Preparing Schonberg’s Opus 11 No. 3.

Chiyoon Chung, Pedagogical & Musical Insights into Saint-Saens’s Six Etudes
pour la main gauche seule Op. 135.

 

1.0-1.30
Galina Crothers, Piano Pedagogy: Contradictions Within Piano Training in the Area of the Technical Development of the Pupil.
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1.30-2.30 LUNCH
2.30-3.0 Cristina Gerling, Chopin’s Bacarolle Op. 60: Searching for References,
Standards & Models.
3.0-3.30 Hsing-Chwen Hsin, Perceiving Debussyism from His Own Piano Arrangements
of Orchestral Works: Performing& Teaching Debussy’s Soundscript.
3.30-4.0 Victoria Tzotzkova, Towards a Model of Masterful Sound Production in Piano
Performance: Systematising pedagogical Views in the Light of Personal
Experience & Ulrich Neisser’s ‘Perpetual Cycles’.
4.0-4.30 BREAK
4.30-5.0 Marcelo Cazarre & Vera Vianna, The Piano Technique of Two Great
Brazilian Pianists: Antonio Sa Pereira (1888-1966) e Magdalena Tagliferro
(1893-1986).
5.0-5.30 Oeida Hatcher, Practice, Prepare & Print: Writing for Musical Knowledge &
Understanding in Keyboard Performance Courses.
5.30-6.0 Olga Hasanova, Piano Education: Purposes and Ways.

 

 

Saturday 9th February 2013.
PARRY ROOM
PEDAGOGY CONTINUED:
9.0-9.30 Evangelia Mitsopoulou, Performing Carl Tausig’s Dante Symphony for Solo Piano: Thoughts on the Approach of Piano Technique.
RECITAL HALL, LECTURE RECITALS
SOME INSIGHTS INTO COMPOSERS FROM J.S BACH TO  JOHN CAGE
9.30-10.10 Nicasio Gradaille, ‘David Tudor’s First Realisation of Solo for Piano by John Cage.
10.10-10.50 Judith Gore, Liszt and the Ballet.
10.50-11.05 BREAK
11.05-11.45 Chiara Bertoglio, Bach, Busoni & Beyond: Instructive Editions & Performance Practice.
11.45-12.25 Michael Tsalka, The Stylistic & Aesthetic Parallels of Daniel Gottlob Turk’s Standard Classical Repertoire: Keyboard Sonatas: A Comparative Lecture Recital Study.
12.25-1.05 John Slominski, This is Not Your Papa’s Haydn: A New Perspective on Musical Topics & Narrative in the Composer’s Keyboard Sonatas.
1.05-2.0 LUNCH
RECITAL HALL SOUND & GESTURE THEORY & HISTORICAL PIANOS AS TEACHING TOOLS
2.00-2.45 Megumi Masaki, Music 4 Eyes & Ears II: Integrating Sound & Image in Solo Piano Multimedia Performance.
2.45-3.25 Olivia Sham, Performing Liszt on Historical & Modern Pianos.
3.25-4.05 Mariann Marczi, Claude Debussy’s Influence on Zoltan Kodaly’s Piano Pieces.
4.05-4.45 Guerino Mazzola, Cecil Taylor’s Dancing Fingers: An Introduction to
Extremal Piano Techniques Using Musical Gesture Theory.
4.45-5.15 BREAK
5.15-5.55 Elaine Chew, Synchronising Prosodic and Structural Information to Reveal
Performance Decisions.
5.55-6.35 Giusy Caruso, Western Embodiment of Carnatic Music: 72 Etudes Karnatiquesby JacquesCharpentier (1933).
6.35-7.15 Tatev Amiryan, New Look at the Roots: A Representation of Armenian Music Traditionsto a Wider Audience.
8.00PM, CONFERENCE DINNER, Carluccio’s, Fulham Road.

 

Sunday 10th February 2013
RECITAL LECTURES, BRITTEN THEATRE
MEMORISATION
9.00-9.30 Rosangela Sebba, Recalling and the Mnemonics not Repetition.
9.30-10.00 Jennifer Mishra, Memorisation as Performance Practice.
IMPROVISATION
10.00-10.30 Cynthia Ramsey, Create, Express and Perform.
10.30-11.10 Norman Beedie Classical Improvisation: The heart of the matter.
11.10-11.30 BREAK
11.30–1.00 WORKSHOP 1, The Keyboard and the Scalpel, Professor Kneebone.
1.00-2.00 LUNCH
2.00-4.00 WORKSHOP 2, Mirror Neurons: Imitation & Emulation. A Collaboration between Cristine MacKie & Jeanetta Lawrence of the Royal Ballet.
4.00-4.30 BREAK
4.30-5.30 PIANO RECITAL, Sofya Gulyak

 

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