February 16 to February 19, 2011

Salle Tanna Schulich — Université McGill

527, rue Sherbrooke Ouest [métro McGill], Montréal, Québec

Tickets: 514-398-4547

Studio Theatre — Département de danse contemporaine — Université Concordia

1450, rue Guy, 7e étage [métro Guy-Concordia], Montréal, Québec

Tickets

  • Starting at: Free admission
  • Up to: $100.00
  • Tickets: 514-343-6111 #2801

La Vie qui bat (Brianna Lombardo, Chi Long, Dominic Caron, Wen-Shuan Yang, Neil Sochasky, Audrey Thibodeau)

Photo: Ginette Laurin, 2009.

Unity or independence? In the past decades, the Relationship of music and dance has evolved dramatically. How do thèse affinities and collaborations colour both disciplines? How effective and productive is the communication between scholars of music and dance? This conference gathering participants from France, The Netherlands, England, the USA, and Canada will attempt to address the issues brought forth by experts and practicians on the difficult art of communicating across these two disciplines.

Comity

  • Steven Huebner (president), Chaire James McGill, McGill University
  • Michel Duchesneau, Professor, Université de Montréal
  • Jacinthe Harbec, Professor, Université de Sherbrooke
  • Silvy Panet-Raymond, Professor, Concordia University

Schedule

  • 16 February

    • 5pm → Presentation, lecture and cocktail (Stéphanie Jordan, Roehampton University)
  • 17 February

    • 9am → Discussed music/dance performances (Sudeshna Malik & Shawn Mativetsky, Michael Montanaro & Eric Cadesky, Silvy Panet-Raymond, Nicolas Bernier, David Drury)
    • 11am → Panel discussion and Q&A (Philip Szporer, Moderator)
    • 1:30pm → Cage & Cunningham (Jonathan Clark; Paul Cox; Richard Brown)
    • 3:30pm → Identities and Cultures (Juliet McMains; Elina Djebbari; Stéphane Sawas)
    • 7:30pm → Banquet
  • 18 February

    • 9am → French Ballets (Jacinthe Harbec; Deborah Mawer; Julia Randel; Marie-Noëlle Lavoie; Hervé Lacombe, Samuel Dorf)
    • 1:30pm → Identities and Ideologies (Daniel Callahan; Christopher Moore; Carolyn Guzski; Fatiha Tabti-Kouidri)
    • 4pm → Belgian Dance Company (Antoine Bonnet; Philippe Guisgand; Florence Figols)
    • 7pm → Concert
  • 19 February

    • 9am → New Trends (Sophie Stévance; Alanna Thain; Falk Hübner; Anthony Papavassiliou)
    • 11am → Canadian Pespectives (Claudine Caron; Albrecht Gaub)
    • 1:30pm → Theoretical Models (Christine Beckett; Sophie Jacotot; Helen Minors)
    • 3:30pm → New Readings (Christine Roquet; Olga Moll; Stephanie Schroedter; Katja Simunic)
    • 8pm → Concert

A presentation of the Société québécoise de recherche en musique (SQRM), Observatoire interdisciplinaire de création et recherche en musique — Université de Montréal, Contemporary Dance Department — Concordia University, and Schulich School of Music — McGill University.

Composing in the Present!

The SMCQ has been moving in step with the lively rhythms of new music for almost fifty years. With its regular concert season, its Série hommage (Homage Series), an international festival, and a young listener’s programme, the society has served both as a platform for today’s composers and as a window on creative works for everyone.

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