Voicing Dialogues

This Voicing Dialogue conference welcomes participants to voice their unique perspectives, raise issues relating to the vocal field and share their stories.

Start date:

29 November 2021 10:00

End date:

29 November 2021 16:00

Location:

Online

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The research group Music-related learning processes, at the Faculty of Education and Arts, Nord University, invites you to the digital conference Voicing dialogues II. 

We seek to create dialogues and share knowledge between researchers, singers, educators, and practitioners working within various contexts of the vocal field across institutions and regions.

This Voicing Dialogue conference welcomes participants to voice their unique perspectives, raise issues relating to the vocal field and share their stories.

Follow Voicing Dialogues on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/392076559192592​

KEY NOTE SPEAKERS

Te Oti Rakena, Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Bridget Sweet, Associate Professor, PhD of Music Education, University of Illinois in Urbana Champaign

Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

PROGRAMME

10.00: Live Music from Nord University, Levanger, Røstad Scene by Julie Kjenne and Eivind Rørstad.
Welcome, by host Runa Hestad Jenssen

10.15 – 10.45: Keynote speaker Te Oti Rakena (Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland, New Zealand): Everything I learned about white privilege I learned through music education

11.45–12.15: Discussion and dialogues

12.15–12.30: Break
Presentations of current research in the field of singing

12.30–12.55: Grete Daling (Associate Professor, Nord University): Approaching Joik: Traits, terms and practice from a vocal coach’s perspective.

12.55-13.20: Mattis Kleppen (Professor, Nord University): About finding a personal voice on your instrument and trying to sing with it.

13.20–13.30: Break

13.30-13.55: Randi Margrethe Clausen Aarflot (Assistant professor, The Norwegian Academy of Music):
“Just what is it about my work that really matters?” A children´s choir director´s reflection.

13.55-14.20: Daniel Fong (Lecturer Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore): Sketching the voice:
Drawing acting as an alternative vocal pedagogical tool

14.20–14.30: Regine V. Strøm (Associate Professor, Nord University) , Øyvind J. Eiksund (Associate Professor, Norwegian university of science and technology, NTNU) & Anne Balsnes (Professor, University of Agder, UiA): Co-singing Across the Life Course

14.30 – 14.45: Break

14.45 Keynote speaker Bridget Sweet (Associate Professor, PhD of Music Education. University of Illinois in Urbana Champaign): The Adolescent Voice: The Sincerest Voice

15.15–15.45: Discussion and dialogues

15.45: Closing remarks and farewell​

Start date:

29 November 2021 10:00

End date:

29 November 2021 16:00

Location:

Online