Lectures update

LECTURES

All the conference activity will take place at – Faculty of Education and Psychology (University of Girona, Campus del Barri Vell, Plaça Sant Domènec, 9 de Girona)

 

Monday, July 29th

Check in and welcome to Girona

 

Tuesday, July 30th

09.30h – Plenary Session I: “Monodic tradition in sacred chant”

Youssef Tannous – Dean of the Faculty of Music of the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (Lebanon)

Juan Carlos Asensio – specialist in Gregorian chant (Spain)

Fethi Zghonda – specialist in traditional Arabic music and former director of the Music Department of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (Tunisia)

 

11.15h – Plenary Session II: “Multipart singing in sacred and secular tradition”

Ignazio Macchiarella – expert on orality and writing in Italian secular music, board member of the International Council for Traditional Music and professor University of Cagliari (Italy)

 

16.00h – “Discovering Mediterranean repertoire” – FCEC Presentation (Federació Catalana d’Entitats Corals – Catalan Federation of Choirs): Carles Gumi and Josep Lluis Guzman (Catalonia)

SCIC Presentation (Secretariat de Corals Infantils de Catalunya – Catalan Children’ Choirs Federation) – Patrimoni Coral XXI, children’ traditional catalan songs arranged by mediterranean composers: Carlo Pavese (Italy), Thomas Louziotis (Greece) and Edward Touriguian (Lebanon) with live examples by Cor Claudefaula (Quim Bonal, conductor)

 

Wednesday, July 31st

09.30h – Plenary Session III: “Singing in the Islands” 

Ignazio Macchiarella (Sicilia, Sardinia)

Jaume Escandell (Ibiza)

Francesc Vicens (Majorca)

Jordi Alsina (Crete)

 

11.15h – Plenary Session IV: Singing for saying, improvised chant”

Josemi Sanchez (Valencia)

Jaume Ayats – musician and professor of ethnomusicology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and director of the Music Museum in Barcelona (Catalonia)

 

16.00h – Plenary Session V “Ressons de l’Al-Andalus”  (Echoes of Al-Andalus) by Xavier Puig (Catalonia) and Fethi Zghonda (Tunisia)

 

Thursday, August 1st

09.30h – Plenary Session VI: “Singing for praying”

Benabdejalil Abdelaziz (Morocco)

Bogdam Djakovic (Serbia)

 

11.15h – Plenary Session VII: “Iberian Voices”

Jaume Ayats – musician and professor of ethnomusicology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and director of the Music Museum in Barcelona (Catalonia)

 

16.00h – “Discovering Mediterranean repertoire”  – by Carlo Pavese (Italy), Edward Touriguian (Lebanon) and Barkev Taslakian (Lebanon) with live examples by Fayha Choir (Lebanon)

 

 

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