Music Matters XXIX: “F*** Tha Police! à La Russe” with Elizaveta Gaufman & Anatoly Reshetnikov

Please note: this lecture will occur online via Google Meets. Use this link to join. Those entering from University of Groningen accounts need not register. All others should register in advance via Google Forms via this link.

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media invites you to the third Music Matters event of  the 2021/2022 Lecture Series. For this talk we invite Elizaveta Gaufman and Anatoly Reshetnikov. This event takes place on December 9, from 16:00 to 17:30

 

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Music Matters XXVIII: “Speaking, Eating and Cheering” with Cathy van Eck

Please note: this lecture will occur online via Google Meets. Use this link to join. Those entering from University of Groningen accounts need not register. All others should register in advance via Google Forms via this link.

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media invites you to the third Music Matters event of  the 2021/2022 Lecture Series. For this talk we invite composer, sound artist and sound researcher Cathy van Eck. This event takes place on November 25, from 16:00 to 17:30

 

 

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Please note: This lecture will occur online via Google Meets. Use the following link to enter: meet.google.com/fkn-wxvf-vkn   Those entering from University of Groningen accounts need not register. All others should register via an email to Chris Tonelli (c.j.tonelli@rug.nl).

Music Matters XXVI: “Twerking at the Intersection”


Please Note: This meeting will occur on Google Meets via the following link: meet.google.com/paq-kkqn-qao
Participants attending from University of Groningen gmail accounts and participants of the IASPM Benelux Student Music Research Conference do not need to register in advance. All others are welcome but need to register in advance by sending an email to c.j.tonelli@rug.nl with their first name, last name, and screen name (if different from actual name) and the subject line “Register Music Matters Gaunt Talk” or the hosts may not admit them to the meeting.

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Music Matters XXVI: “On Listening Positionality”

Please Note: This meeting will occur on Google Meets via the following link: meet.google.com/gna-cepz-fee Participants attending from University of Groningen gmail accounts do not need to register in advance. All others are welcome but need to register in advance by sending an email to c.j.tonelli@rug.nl with their first name, last name, and screen name (if different from actual name) and the subject line “Register Music Matters Robinson Talk” or the hosts may not admit them to the meeting.

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IASPM Pop Talks 2: Double Book Launch – Remixing European Jazz Culture & Voices Found: Free Jazz and Singing

 

Please Note: This event will take place online via this Google Meets link: meet.google.com/ogs-rkvq-ddo

We request that you register in advance by emailing your first and last name to c.j.tonelli@rug.nl with the subject line “Double Book Launch Registration.” Entry without advance registration is possible but there is a chance the hosts may not admit individuals whose names/screen names are not known to them. University of Groningen students and faculty logging in from University of Groningen gmail-accounts don’t need to register in advance.

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KIEM x Music Matters Lecture with L.J. Müller (Humboldt University)

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media invites you to the fourth Music Matters event of  the 2018/2019 Lecture Series. In collaboration with this years KIEM project, we invite L.J. Muller to give a lecture on sound and gendered performances in popular music.

 

Hearing Gender Dynamics in Music? Feminist Approaches to Popular Music Analysis

Time: 16:30 – 17:30

Location: Broerstraat 9, room A901

Free of admission – No registration required

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Music Matters Lecture by Dr. Leonieke Bolderman

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media invites you to the third Music Matters event of  the 2018/2019 Lecture Series. This talk will be on the topic of music tourism and will take place on February 22nd. 

 

At 16:30 we host Dr. Leonieke Bolderman (University of Groningen) for a lecture on the topic of:

“Sharing Songs on Hiragata Square: Exploring the Popularity of Contemporary Music Tourism”

 

Website: www.musicmattersatrug.nl
Time: 16:00 – 18:00
Place: Broerstraat 9, Room A901

Free of admission – No registration required

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Music Matters XXIV Lecture by Dr. Eric Lewis

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media invites you to the second Music Matters event of  the 2018/2019 Lecture Series. This talk will be on the topic of experimental jazz vocal techniques on Tuesday 13th of November.

 

At 16:30 we host Dr. Eric Lewis (McGill University) for a lecture on the topic of:

‘Singing Identity: Jeanne Lee and the development of experimental jazz vocal techniques’.

Jeanne Lee, up until her untimely death in 2000, developed a sophisticated vocal technique whose influence has yet to be noted.  We will survey the development of her vocal stylings, and see how they discharged not only musical functions, but played a role in her life-long acts of identity construction, both personal and pertaining to African American women more generally.  The Lee that will emerge was a pioneer not only of new vocal methods, but of important strands of political thought and action.  We will see how the two are interconnected, and explore ways more generally that identity can be constructed and contested in performance.

 

Website: www.musicmattersatrug.nl
Time: 16:30 – 17:45
Place: Faculty of Law, Turftorenstraat 21 (entrance via Uurwerkersgang), Room T14

Free of admission – No registration required

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Music Matters XXII Symposium and KIEM workshop on “Gender Quotas in Music Festival Programmes”

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media in combination with the NWO KIEM invites you to the first Music Matters event of  the 2018/2019 Lecture Series. This first workshop explores the topic of Gender Quotas in Music Festival Programmes on Friday 21st September.

 

At 14:00 there will be a presentation on Festival Quotas, followed by a panel discussion at 15:15 with professionals from the industry.

 

Website: www.musicmattersatrug.nl
Time: 13:00 – 16:30
Place: Broerstraat 9, Room A901 (Archaeology Faculty)

Free of admission – No registration required

 

 

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