NordART Study Day: ‘Music and Ethics with Dr. Nanette Nielsen’, featuring KUST candidates

10:00 – 13:00 on 21 September 2017, in the Auditorium, Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo

The Norwegian Academy of Music and the Arne Nordheim Centre for Artistic Research invite colleagues from both inside and outside the Academy to attend this Study Day, which will explore aspects of ethics both from a theoretical standpoint, and from within KUST projects that are currently under development.

Nanette Nielsen works on music and philosophy, especially ethics and aesthetics in twentieth-century music, and on opera and music criticism in the Weimar republic. Other interests include film music, popular music, melodrama, and music in Scandinavia. Nanette Nielsen’s publications include the article ‘Ernst Krenek’s “problem of freedom” in Jonny spielt auf‘ (Twentieth-Century Music, 2013), the co-authored book Music and Ethics (with Marcel Cobussen, 2012), and a co-edited special Opera Quarterly issue on ‘Opera and Philosophy’ (with Tomas McAuley, 2014). Forthcoming publications include the Oxford Handbook of Western Music and Philosophy (under contract), co-edited with Jerrold Levinson and Tomas McAuley.

Her monograph Paul Bekker’s Musical Ethics will emerge with Routledge in October.

We are particularly glad to invite our institutional colleagues from other arts institutes in Norway, and those associated with the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme.

The Study Day plan is as follows:

10:00-10:05 Darla Crispin opens the Seminar

10:05-11:00 Nanette Nielsen speaks on ‘Music and Ethics’

11:00-12:00 Christian Kjos presents his project: ‘Releasing the Loudie’ https://nmh.no/forskning/prosjekter#!count=&start=&subject=&person=Kjos,+Christian&center=&type=&project=&search=

30 minutes presentation, 15-20 minutes response from Dr. Nielsen and 15 minutes questions from the audience

12:00-13:00 Erik Dæhlin presents his project: ‘Shared Space – towards a relational, procedural and intermedial compositional practice’ https://nmh.no/en/research/projects/shared-space

30 minutes presentation, 15-20 minutes response from Dr. Nielsen and 15 minutes questions from the audience

13:00 Closing words and Lunch

Admission is free of charge, but to enable us to properly cater the lunch, please notify us of your intention to attend by 19th September 2017.

We look forward to seeing you at NMH!

Darla Crispin

Viserektor for forskning- og kunstnerisk utviklingsarbeid

Direktør for Arne Nordheim-senteret (NordART)

Norges musikkhøgskole

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