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Thursday, 6 June (Morning)


8-9am     BREAKFAST/GRADUATE STUDENT RECEPTION (Lobby)

9-11am   GRADUATE STUDENT ROUND TABLE (Room 400B)

Panelists: Stephanie Lind (Queen’s University), François de Médicis (Université de Montréal), Deanna Oye (University of Lethbridge), Dylan Robinson (Queen’s University), Michael Tenzer (University of British Columbia)

Moderator: Kyle Hutchinson (University of Toronto)


SESSION 4

4.1 Canada (Room 113)
    Chair: Claudio Vellutini, The University of British Columbia

Empreintes numériques du rap au Québec: Essor d’une culture en marge de l’industrie
   Héloïse Rouleau, Université de Montréal

Musical Networks and Cultural Expressions in Canada: The Postcentennial Years
   Carolyne Sumner, University of Toronto

Decolonizing Canadian Art Music: Perspectives from Indigenous Performers
   Rena Roussin, University of Toronto

Co-création d’une chanson populaire avec des adolescents québécois: analyse constructiviste du processus dans une approche de recherche-création
   Sarah-Anne Arsenault, Université Laval


4.2 European Music in the 17th and 18th Centuries (Room 339)
   Chair: Alexander Fisher, University of British Columbia

The Concept of Music According to J. Burmeister’s Musica Poetica
   Cassiano Barros, University of São Paulo

Magic, Witchcraft, and Superstition in Early Modern Spanish Musical Theatre: The Case of Envy is the Poison of Love (1711)
   Maria Virginia Acuña, McGill University

A Musical Debt Repaid with Interest: Haydn’s Farewell Symphony, Clementi’s Piano Sonata, Opus 25, no.5, and Haydn’s Piano Trio, Hob. XV: 26
   James MacKay, Loyola University (New Orleans)

Mozart’s Fantasy and Fugue in the Classical Age of Automata: The Aesthetic of the Mechanical
   Morton Wan, Cornell University


4.3 Lecture Recitals and Mini Concerts III (Roy Barnett Hall)

Percussion as Protest
   Aaron Graham, University of British Columbia


11-11:30am COFFEE BREAK (Lobby)


11:30am-12:30pm    MUSCAN/CAML PLENARY SESSION (Roy Barnett Recital Hall)

ÈVE POUDRIER (University of British Columbia) and RÉMI CASTONGUAY (Simon Fraser University),
“Music Scholarship and Digital Technologies: Perspectives from Collaborative Corpus Building and Text Analysis”


12:30-2pm LUNCH (on own)


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