Bendik Hofseth, one of Norway's leading jazz musicians and teachers, will be guest lecture on the course MUS4661 (Nordic Music History, Genres, and Identities). The title of his lecture is: Nordic Jazz: Interplay as Methodology. All welcome!
The distinguished scholar, professor John Richardson, will be holding a guest lecture on 26 September. The lecture’s title is: The Politics of New Aesthetic Categories in Nordic Pop Performances. Everyone is invited to attend.
The Nordic Sounds seminar, "Making and Unmaking Myths: Popular Music in the Nordic Region Today", is held at Örebro University, September 19th-20th, 2018.
The Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) is pleased to invite members of the Nordic Sounds network to a Symposium on Sámi arts, sounds, music, environment, and politics, which concludes the programme of off-site and discursive events accompanying the current exhibition 'Let the River Flow. The Sovereign Will and the Making of a New Worldliness'.
Welcome to the first Nordic Sounds meeting of the new semester! Professor Hallgjerd Aksnes will give a presentation with the title "Geirr Tveitt and the Teutonic Plague: The History of Effect of Baldur’s Dreams".
Jonathan Aagaard and Marcus Sellevold Bøe will present work in progress on Right extremism in Norwegian Black metal and Resistance in Nordic Underground Metal Scenes. Professor Stan Hawkins will lead the workshop.
A Study Day co-hosted by IASPM Norden & Nordic Sounds
All are invited to the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM Norden) Study Day at the Department of Musicology, University of Oslo on September 14 2017.
The theme of the day is the study of popular music in the Nordic countries. Professor Stan Hawkins will introduce the event, which is co- hosted by our department’s Nordic Sounds: Critical Music Research Group.
The next Nordic Sounds meeting features visiting guests Professor Fabian Holt (Humbolt-Universität zu Berlin) & Professor Tina K. Ramnarine (Royal Holloway University of London), who discuss their chapters in The Oxford Handbook of Popular Music in the Nordic Countries (forthcoming).
The next Nordic Sounds meeting will be an informal workshop where research group participants can come together to discuss critical themes and issues related to ongoing research on music in the Nordic countries.
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. We will meet again in September.
As part of the international conference “Global Challenges – Nordic Experiences” happening in Oslo 20-21 March 2017, Deichman will host an event with presentations by music researchers Stéphane Aubinet and Tore Størvold from The University of Oslo and Nina Nielsen from the Norwegian Academy of Music, followed by a live performance by Torgeir Vassvik.
The Nordic Sounds research group aims to establish interfaculty and inter-departmental collaboration on issues dealing with music, sound, subjectivity, national and Nordic identity, culture, and social systems.
This seminar features presentations from two members of the group, who will discuss their current research projects. All welcome.