Doctoral project presentations during the 3rd SibA Research Days

The 3rd ever SibA Research Days event, organised in March 20th to 21th 2018,  brought together the Sibelius Academy staff and doctoral students of our two doctoral schools. During the two-day gettogether, some of the over 100 doctoral students had the opportunity to present their projects to the community and discuss it with the colleagues. 

See and hear about the doctoral projects of Pauliina Valtasaari, Riikka Talvitie, Leena Lampinen, Paola Livorsi, Johanna Talasniemi, Sirkku Rintamäki, Inkeri Jaakkola and Samuli Korkalainen on the videos below!

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Leena Lampinen: The Selection of Choral Repertoire in the North-Central Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania

Riikka Talvitie: Becoming Composer - towards Dialogical Practise

Pauliina Valtasaari: Methods of Mental Coaching and Clinical Supervision for Professional Musicians

Paola Livorsi: Human Voice and Instrumental Sound: Embodied Perception and Performative Space

 

Johanna Talasniemi: Aulikki Rautawaara as a Performer of Sibelius' Songs. Cultural Historical Singer Research

Sirkku Rintamäki: A Voyage of Discovery into the Soul of the Hymn - Approaches to Affect-based Hymnal Practice

Inkeri Jaakkola: Musical Interruption as a Drama Device in Paavo Heininen's Opera Silkkirumpu op. 45

 

Samuli Korkalainen: Improvement of Lutheran congregational singing as a nationalist phenomenon in 19th-century Ingria