SibA Research Days 2019
Welcome to the annual SibA Research Days March 18-19, co-organised by the DocMus and MuTri Doctoral Schools!
This event is presented in the spirit of collaboration, exploration and discovery. The aim is to provide a space, where students and teachers from the various artistic, scientific and applied research disciplines can come together to learn from and connect to one another; to discover and examine similarities and differences; to collaborate on problem-solving and shared areas of interest.
Monday, March 18 – Black Box
10:00–10:15 Opening Welcome, head of the DocMus Päivi Järviö, and Introduction
10:15–11:30 Session I, moderator: doctoral student Sirkku Rintamäki (DocMus)
Spotlights on Doctoral Projects:
- Minja Koskela (MuTri): Democracy through pop music? Exploring the politics of diversity in the Finnish lower secondary popular music education
- Marianna Henriksson (DocMus): "Lyrics" and Desire of the Toccata
- Analía Capponi-Savolainen (MuTri): Singing ‘who we are’: Children’s perceptions of the role singing plays in supporting democracy in culturally diverse Finnish schools
- Mikael Huhtamäki (MuTri): Domestication of popular music concert institution in Finland 1959–1991
- Jyrki Myllärinen (DocMus): Focusing on modern and contemporary Finnish Guitar music
11:30–12:30 Lunch (not provided)
12:30–14:00 Session II, moderator: doctoral student Katja Thomson (MuTri)
- Jarkko Hartikainen (DocMus): Materiality – Bodies in Performance, Life in Sound, with soprano Meeri Pulakka
Spotlights on Doctoral Projects:
- Henrik Järvi (DocMus): The Piano Music of Selim Palmgren and Finnish Pianistic Tradition
- Markus Virtanen (DocMus): The Immoral Piano Concerto of Ann-Elise Hannikainen – What happened at the Helsinki Festival in August 1976?
- Johanna Lehtinen-Schnabel (MuTri): Learn Finnish in a choir! The Potential of Music Education for Second Language Learning
- Inari Tilli (DocMus): Choral Music and Radio of 1930s in Finland
14:15–15:15 Keynote: Managing Joint Ventures in the Performing Arts – An Identity View, professor in arts management Tanja Johansson
15:45–17:15 Panel discussion: Think Big – the Internationalization and Professional Career Coaching of Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Researchers, Saara Harjula (Helsinki EU Office), Tanja Johansson (MuTri), Sanna Kivijärvi (MuTri) and Guadalupe López Íñiguez (MuTri). Moderators: doctoral students Hanna Ojamo (MuTri) and Eveliina Sumelius-Lindblom (DocMus)
17:30–19:30 Social Event in Agora Hall
There will be an installation by doctoral student Dominik Schlienger (MuTri): Acoustic Localisation Techniques for Interactive and Locative Audio Applications
Tuesday, March 19 – Organo Hall (10:00–13:00) and Agora Hall (14:00–15:30)
9:30–11:00 Session III, moderator: doctoral student Samuli Korkalainen (DocMus)
- Inkeri Jaakkola (DocMus): Piano as a narrative agent in Paavo Heininen’s opera Silkkirumpu op. 45
- Johanna Talasniemi (DocMus): The Concert Programs of Aulikki Rautawaara
- Ilkka Heinonen (MuTri): Ricercare "La Carelia" – Solo jouhikko compositions based on Karelian jouhikko music and inspired by the 16th century viol music
11:30–13:00 Session IV, moderator: doctoral student Olga Heikkilä (DocMus)
- Naiara de la Puente (DocMus): Winds of expression. The accordion through the ages and the significance of the bellows
- Sebastian Silén (DocMus): Recording works for Violin and Piano by Fredrik Pacius, Robert Kajanus, and Jean Sibelius, with Martin Malmgren, piano
Extended demonstration lecture:
- Miika Hyytiäinen (DocMus) and Lisa Fornhammar (MuTri): Analysis–Discussion–Art. The phases and aspect of vocal composition in 20 minutes
13:00–14:00 Lunch (not provided)
14:00–15:30 Workshop: Career design - how to define and reach career goals with the tools and mindset of a designer, Workday designer Paula Helle
- Design thinking is not only a tool for designers and developers. It can also be a useful tool for solving wicked career problems, recognizing career aspirations and opportunities and finding ways to test and advance the desired career. This workshop gives you a practical toolset for career design as well as a new mindset and confidence to reach your goals.
15:30–16:00 Closing Remarks, professor Juha Ojala (DocMus)
SibA Research Days 2019 will be held in the Helsinki Music Centre. The working language is English and all the events are open to all. Pre-registration is required for coffees and social event.