Day 3 (Pedagogy) of the APSE 2021 ONLINE CONFERENCE: INTEGRITIES AND IDENTITIES OF ASIA-PACIFIC TRADITIONAL EXPRESSIVE CULTURES

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Day 3 (Pedagogy) of the APSE 2021 ONLINE CONFERENCE: INTEGRITIES AND IDENTITIES OF ASIA-PACIFIC TRADITIONAL EXPRESSIVE CULTURES

Date: 20 Nov, 2021 - 20 Nov, 2021 , 13:00 - 17:30, GMT +8, Manila Time
Location:

The Asia-Pacific Society for Ethnomusicology (APSE) Online Conference 2021

“INTEGRITIES AND IDENTITIES OF ASIA-PACIFIC TRADITIONAL EXPRESSIVE CULTURES” will be hosted by the UP Center for Ethnomusicology and the UP College on November 6, 13, 20, and 27, 2021 / 13:00 – 17:30 hrs (GMT +8).

The Asia-Pacific Society for Ethnomusicology (APSE) was established in 1994 to serve as a platform for the exchange of ideas regarding research in music and culture in the Asia-Pacific Region. Its first international conference held at the Museum of Ethnology in Osaka in 1995 not only increased its membership but directed the organization to significant topics that were current within the region at the time: performance practice, the impact of modernity, popular culture and most importantly, theory.

This year, the APSE Conference will be held online, each Saturday of November 2021. Four respected scholars in music will deliver keynote: Dr. Ramon P. Santos (National Artist of Music, Philippines); Dr. Tan Sooi Beng (Universiti Sains Malaysia); Dr. Patricia Campbell (University of Washington); and Dr. Chinary Ung (University of California, San Diego).

To garner the interest of the various fields related to the musical practices within the Asia-Pacific region, this conference will address current issues covering topics such as: identity and meaning, performance, creation, research, production and re- re/ production, popular and commercial media, boundaries (geographic, cultural, social, economic), resilience (strategic practices of indigenous communities for survival, adaptation, fusion, etc.), gender, fluidity of identity, and pedagogy and transmission.

Each conference day will feature a keynote; a panel presentation and discussion; and a performance from selected Asia-Pacific country

On the Day 3 of the event which will be held on Saturday, November 20, the schedule is:

13:00 – 13:15 Opening
13:15 – 13:45 Keynote 3- Patricia Campbell, PhD. Donald E. Peterson Professor of Music, University of Washington
“Integrities at the Music Learning Interface: Collaborative Efforts in Pursuit of Intercultural Understanding”

Moderator: Verne de la Peña, PhD.
13:45 – 15:15 Panel 5
PEDAGOGY Jocelyn Guadalupe, PhD. Asst. Professor, University of the Philippines – Diliman
“Pedagogical possibilities in the documentation of selected bamboo music traditions of the Philippines”

Clare Suet Ching Chan, PhD. Assoc. Professor, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
“A Semai Musician’s Natural Pedagogy of Indigenous Musical Instruments and Songs from Malaysia”

Anothai Nitibhon, PhD.
Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music  

Moderator: Arwin Tan, PhD.
15:15 – 15:25 Break
15:25 – 15:55 Performance UP Palabunibunyan University of the Philippines
15:55 – 17:25 Panel 6 
PEDAGOGY Kit Young Founder, Gitameit Music Institute, Myanmar
“HUMMING COURAGE: Gitameit Musicians Meet Trauma In Civil Conflict”

Nay Win Htun Coordinator, Gitameit Music Institute, Myanmar
“Learning Music Culture Diversity through Performing Artist Workshops”

Ne Myo Aung Dean, Gitameit Music Institute, Myanmar
“Sandaya by Ear in Burma: Learning from Recordings versus Learning from Masters”

Moderator: Verne de la Peña, PhD.
17:25 – 17:30Announcements

 

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