2018 Presentations

Academic Presentations

Thursday – April 12, 2018

10:00 a.m.

“Music in Culture”

“Harvey Weinstein and the Beautiful Miller Maid: Examining the Ways in Which Performing Male Fantasy in Romantic Repertoire Influences and Perpetuates Rape Culture in the Modern Day”
Emma Rose Lynn

“Sacralization and Sanctification of Secular Musics: Four Sociological Perspectives”
Judah Matras

“Musicking, Historical Performance Practice, and Postmodernism”
Charles Mueller

UO Collier House

 Thursday – April 12, 2018

4:00 p.m.

“In Search Of…”

“Aesthetics and the Amateur Keyboardist: Historical Approaches to
Character and Expression in the Music of C.P.E. Bach”
Kimary Fick

“The New and the Old: Making Early Music in the Age of Online Archives, Digitization, and the Ubiquitous Internet”
Danika Paskvan

“The Division of Taste: Diminution in the Treatises of Leopold Mozart and Giuseppe Tartini”
Cameron Steuart

UO Collier House

 Friday – April 13, 2018

10:00 a.m.

 “Medieval Practices”

“A Contemporary Pedagogy of Ancient Music: The “Vernacular Medieval” and the Twenty-First-Century Conservatory”
Angela Mariani

“Troping Today: A New Lens for Approaching the Performance of Tropes”
Alison Kaufman

“‘Authorized Versions’ and Later Additions: Additional Contratenors in the Posthumous MS E”
Emily Korzeniewski

UO Collier House

 **SCHEDULE CHANGE** This panel moved to 2:00 p.m. Saturday – April 14, 2018

2:00 p.m.

“Colonial Vistas”

“The Sound of Silence: Performance Practice on “Forgotten” Pipe Organs in Peru”
Natascha Reich

“Early Music in Mexico and the Overwhelming Success of a Resurging Patrimony”
Mélodie Michel

UO Collier House

 **SCHEDULE CHANGE** This panel moved to 10:00 a.m.

Saturday – April 14, 2018

10:00 a.m.

“Mozart’s Requiem”

“Robert Levin’s Fantasy on Themes by W. A. Mozart, October 29, 2012: Music Theory and Analysis in the Study of Historical Improvisation”
Gilad Rabinovitch

“‘Not, please note, an orchestration’: Benjamin Britten’s Work on the Score of Mozart’s Requiem”
David A. Threasher

“The Liturgical Mozart Requiem: Complexities of Performance Context and Critical Reception Between the Church and Concert Hall”
Erick Arenas

UO Collier House


*All Musicking Conference Events are Free and Open to the Public
**All events are subject to change

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