Schedule of Events:
Friday March 27, 2009
- 1:30 Eugena Riehl "C.P.E. Bach's Unaccompanied Flute Sonata in A Minor, Poco Adagio"
- 2:00 Mitch Ohriner "Temporal Segmentation and Prototypical Phrase Models "
- 2:30 Daisy Tam "Applying Earle Brown's Open-Form Compositional Structure to Organizational Design"
- 3:30 Krista Martynes and Julien-Robert Legault Salvail "Collaborative Interpretation: Interactive Video in Performance"
- 4:00 Tom Stoll "Networks of Sonic Material"
- 4:30 Paulina Piedzia "Pierrot, His Modern Glory and the Role of Max Kowalski in Shaping Pierrot?s Destiny"
- Dinner/Social Outing: TBA
Saturday March 28, 2009
- 9:00 Breakfast
- 9:45 Dan Robinson "A Preliminary Investigation into Sonic Representations of the Comic Book Superhero in Superman: The Movie (1978) and Batman Begins (2005)"
- 10:15 Chris Culp "Music and Disease: A Study of HIV/AIDS in Derek Jarman's Blue"
- 11:00 Judy Brady "The BPO Gets a New Deal: Symphonic Music Culture in Depression-era Buffalo, New York"
- 11:30 Carissa Pitkin "Against Expression? Satie?s Avant-Garde Aesthetics in Parade"
- 12:00 Lunch
- 1:00 Keynote Lecture: Dr. Suzanne Cusick, N.Y.U., will deliver a talk on her latest work on Music and Torture
- 2:00 Sarah Finer "The Yardbird and The Firebird: Charlie Parker, Igor Stravinsky, and Crises in American Modern Music"
- 2:30 Maria Christine Fava "Proletarian Mass Songs or Bourgeois Modernist Music? The Aesthetic Dilemma of the Composers' Collective"
- 3:30 Naomi Pearley "Living the Green Life: John Cage and Environmentalism"
- 4:00 David Ferrandino "When Artists Collide: Glass, Ginsberg, and Hydrogen Jukebox"
- 4:30 Aaron Lefkovitz "Rap Practices: Aesthetics, Subversion and Modernity"
- 6:00 Dinner at Coles Restaurant, Elmwood Ave., Buffalo