International Conference

Akademia Muzyczna im. Karola Lipińskiego we Wrocławiu, będąc beneficjentem programu Narodowej Agencji Wymiany Akademickiej (NAWA) „Akademickie Partnerstwa Międzynarodowe”, zorganizowała w ramach realizowanego projektu „Wschodnia Akademicka Platforma Artystyczna” Międzynarodową Konferencję Music – the Cultural Bridge. Essence, Contexts, References, podczas której naukowcy i artyści czterech uczelni partnerskich zaprezentowali wyniki badań nad twórczością i kulturą narodową Estonii, Gruzji, Ukrainy i Polski. 

Głównym założeniem Konferencji było ukazanie roli Estonii, Gruzji, Ukrainy i Polski w budowaniu muzycznej tożsamości regionu, a także podjęcie refleksji nad przyszłością i perspektywami.
 

Z powodu bardzo dużego zainteresowania wydarzeniem - prezentacje oraz postery w języku angielskim z Konferencji 
będą dostępne na poniższej stronie do 30. kwietnia 2020:


 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Music – the Cultural Bridge. Essence, Contexts, References


Uczestnicy/Participants:

Akademia Muzyczna im. Karola Lipińskiego we Wrocławiu

wykład inauguracyjny/Introductory speech:
Anna Granat-Janki
Wrocław-Based Composers and Polish Music Trends in the Second Half of the 20th Century and at the Beginning of the 21st Century

Katarzyna Bartos
Canticle of Creation – Assisi by Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil

Magdalena Blum
Masterpieces of Polish Chamber Music with the Piano: A Performer’s Subjective Selection (poster)

Grażyna Bożek-Wota
The AMKL Chair of Chamber Music 1972–2020. History, Figures, Trends

Daniela Colonna-Kasjan
The Role of Polish Music in Education and Therapy

Paweł Cylulko
Traditional Polish Christmas Carols and Songs and Their Therapeutic Properties (poster)

Tomasz Kienik
On the Omitted Iconographic, Heuristic and Analytical Aspects of Magnificat. What Did Not Appear in My Last Monograph (2019)?

Klaudia Kukiełczyńska-Krawczyk
The Psycho-Musical Balance of the Traditional Piece of Music (Dark Eyes) – Its Perception by the People of Polish Music Culture (poster)

Miłosz Kula
Józef Damse’s The Magnetic Clarinet – Between Stage and Concertante Form

Aleksandra Pijarowska
Jan Antoni Wichrowski – Portrait of the Composer

Ewa Prawucka
Włodzimierz Obidowicz. Living with Passion (poster)

Jakub Stankiewicz
Roman Statkowski as a Source of Inspiration for Hollywood Composers (poster)

Magdalena Wojtas
Vocal Conducting – The Vocality of the Conducting Gesture (poster)

 

Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre

Giovanni Albini
Mathematics For, Through and Towards Composition Practice: Combinatorial Features as Means of Music Innovation

Maila Laidna
An Analysis of the Performance Style of the Klas-Lukk Piano Duo and Its Interpretation of Witold Lutosławski's Variations on a Theme of Paganini

Johan Randvere
Conveying Form in the Interpretation of the Piano Works of Jaan Rääts

Mai Simson
Problems Surrounding the Urtext and Interpretation of Rudolf Tobias’ Oratorio Jona (1909)

Tiiu Sisask
An Overview of the Process of Preparing a New Work for the Premiere Performance

Juhan Uppin
An Overview of Traditional Techniques Used in Modern Estonian Thumbpick-kannel Playing


Lviv National Music Academy n.a. Mykola Lysenko

Zoryana Lastovetska-Solanska
Specificity of the Musical Infrastructure of Galicia in the 19th Century

Ostap Manulyak
Ukrainian Music as a Mirror of Socio-Political Changes During the Second Half of the 20th Century and at the Beginning of the 21st Century

Lidia Melnyk
Steuermann, Gimpel, Baller: Between the Vienna Dream and the Hollywood Reality. World Famous Jewish Pianists and Their Way from Galicia to Vienna and the USA

Stefaniia Oliinyk
Regional Perception of Musical Oeuvre: Works by Frederic Chopin in the Musical Culture of Lviv

Nataliia Syrotynska
Musical-Artistic Innovations of the 20th and 21st Centuries in the Context of the Neuroart’s Principles

Kateryna Zagnitko
Instruments of Political Pressure Affecting Musicians of Lviv in the Years 1945-1948

 

Vano Sarajishvili Tbilisi State Conservatoire

Tamar Chkheidze
Some Peculiarities of Musical System in the Georgian Ecclesiastical Chanting

Gvantsa Ghvinjilia
The 19th-Century Musical Life in Georgia and Russian Tsarist Policy

Nino Jvania
Composer-Performer Interaction as a Source of Idea Generation: Presentation of the Artistic Project ‘Piano of the 21st Century and Its Future Perspectives’

Marika Nadareishvili
Modern Composition Techniques in the Works of Georgian Women Composers

Nana Sharikadze
Warsaw Autumn Festival – New Music Perspective for the Countries Under the Iron Curtain

Maka Virsaladze
Choral Compositions on Religious Themes in the Oeuvres of Nodar Mamisashvili, Eka Chabashvili and Maka Virsaladze

Natalia Zumbadze
Folk Song – an Expression of the Georgians' National Identity