Programme

THURSDAY, 26TH SEPTEMBER 2019

13:00 – 14:00 REGISTRATION
Vienības street 13, Hall 3rd floor

14:00 – 14:50 OPENING CEREMONY
Vienības street 13, Concert Hall, 4th floor
    WELCOME:
    • Professor Jeļena DAVIDOVA, Conference President
    • Professor Irēna KOKINA, Rector of Daugavpils University
    • Professor Ming-Jen CHUANG, National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan
    MUSICAL GREETING:
      Megija-Krista STRAUTMANE,
      Student of the Faculty of Music & Arts, Daugavpils University

15:00 – 16:00 PLENARY SESSION
Vienības 13-308
    KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
    • Professor Nigel MARSHALL, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
      INSTRUMENT, GENDER AND MUSICAL STYLE ASSOCIATIONS IN YOUNG CHILDREN

16:00 – 16:30 COFFEE BREAK
Vienības street 13, Hall 3rd floor

16:30 – 17:30 PLENARY SESSION
Vienības 13-308
    KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
    • Professor Stefanie STADLER-ELMER, Schwyz University of Teacher Education, Zurich University, Switzerland
      ON BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL SONG LEADER: NORMATIVE REQUIREMENTS AND INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHIES IN TEACHER EDUCATION

17:30 – 18:30 WORKSHOPS
Vienības 13-301, 308
  • Marit MÕISTLIK-TAMM, Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School, Tallinn University, Estonia
    BORING SLIDES TO INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES: A SMART WAY TO ENGAGE LEARNERS WITH SMARTPHONES USING PEAR DECK
  • Melkote Krishnarao SHANKAR, National School of Drama, Bangalore, India
    A HINDUSTANI CLASSICAL SINGER PREPARES

19:00 WELCOME PARTY
Restaurant on the 10th floor at the Park Hotel Latgola

FRIDAY, 27TH SEPTEMBER 2019

11:00 – 12:30 EXCURSION TO THE DAUGAVPILS MARK ROTHKO ART CENTRE
meeting on Reception of the Park Hotel Latgola at 10:15

13:30 – 15:30 PLENARY SESSION
Vienības 13-308
    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
    • Dr. Annie MITCHELL, Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia
      DEVELOPING NOTATION, CHART READING AND LARGE ENSEMBLE SKILLS IN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC STUDENTS THROUGH HIGHER EDUCATION
    • Professor Ming-Jen CHUANG, National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan
      INFLUENCES OF CROSS-DISCIPLINARY AESTHETIC CURRICULUM ON ELEMENTARY GENERAL MUSIC CLASSES IN TAIWAN

15:30 – 16:00 COFFEE BREAK
Vienības street 13, Hall 3rd floor

16:00 – 17:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS
Vienības 13-308, 309, 301

17:30 CLOSING CEREMONY
Vienības 13-308

18:00 LECTURE BY Professor Stefanie STADLER-ELMER
Schwyz University of Teacher Education, Zurich University, Switzerland
WHAT DO GENERALIST TEACHERS NEED TO TEACH MUSIC AT SCHOOL?


SESSION 1:

MUSIC EDUCATION PRACTICE TRENDS AND ISSUES

VIENĪBAS 13-308
Chair: Ming-Jen CHUANG, National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan

    16:00-16:20
    MARIT MÕISTLIK-TAMM
    CURRENT BEST PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES OF INTEGRATION IN CREATIVE SUBJECTS IN ESTONIA: TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVE

    16:20-16:40
    GABRIELLA CAVASINO
    SONG-LEADING AND DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERNS IN PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS

    16:40-17:00
    TIINA SELKE & GERHARD LOCK
    THE ROLE OF COLLABORATIVE LEARNING AS PART OF INNOVATIVE DIGITAL LEARNING MATERIALS IN MUSIC EDUCATION IN ESTONIA

    17:00-17:20
    ELSBETH THÜRIG-HOFSTETTER & STEFANIE STADLER ELMER
    CHOIR SINGING: HOW DOES THE DIRECTOR LEAD A GROUP TO ACHIEVE A POLYPHONIC SONG?


SESSION 2:

MUSIC TEACHER TRAINING

VIENĪBAS 13-418
Chair: Gaļina ZAVADSKA, Daugavpils University, Latvia

    16:00-16:20
    GALINA ZAVADSKA
    CANON SINGING AS A FORM OF MUSIC MAKING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF FUTURE MUSIC TEACHERS’ HARMONIC HEARING

    16:20-16:40
    LARISA MAĻKOVA
    THE TOPICALITIES IN THE CONTENT OF MASTERING PIANO PLAYING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AXIOLOGICAL APPROACH

    16:40-17:00
    JURIJS SPIGINS
    THE PRINCIPAL NON-SPECIFIC AND SPECIFIC INDIVIDUAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MASTERING MUSICAL IMPROVISATION

    17:00-17:20
    Tiina SELKE
    FROM SINGING TO LISTENING: TRENDS IN STUDENTS’ PREFERENCES


SESSION 3:

MUSIC EDUCATION: TRADITIONS AND INNOVATIONS

VIENĪBAS 13-301
Chair: Fiona Mary VILNITE, Latvian University

    16:00-16:20
    FIONA MARY VILNITE & MARA MARNAUZA
    THE USE OF MENTAL TRAINING IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RHYTHM AND INTONATION IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL VIOLIN TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS

    16:20-16:40
    TIIU ERNITS
    „TOUCHING A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT” AS A NEW APPROACH TO MUSIC LESSON: THE JOINT PROJECT OF TARTU HANSA SCHOOL, DESCARTES SCHOOL AND TARTU SECOND MUSIC SCHOOL, 2017–2019

    16:40-17:00
    GERHARD LOCK
    THE NEW AND THE OLD AS MUSIC HISTORY CATEGORIES

    17:00-17:20
    IEVA VĒVERE
    FEATURES AND USEFULNESS OF LEARNING SINGING IN INTEREST EDUCATION


SESSION 4:

INNOVATIONS IN LEARNING SINGING

VIENĪBAS 13-309
Chair: Stefanie STADLER-ELMER,
Schwyz University of Teacher Education, Zurich University, Switzerland

    16:00-16:20
    KATRI-HELENA RAUTIAINEN
    VOICE CONTROL AND VOCAL PRODUCTION WITH PRIMARY TEACHER STUDENTS

    16:20-16:40
    FRANÇOIS JOLIAT & STEFANIE STADLER ELMER
    HOW EXPERIENCED GENERALIST TEACHERS CONCEIVE THEIR OWN IN-SITU SONG LEADING

    16:40-17:00
    MELKOTE KRISHNARAO SHANKAR
    AN EVOBIO TRAJECTORY OF THE HUMAN CAPACITY AND THE ARTICULATORY MECHANISM FOR SINGING MUSICAL NOTES

    17:00-17:20
    ANNAMARIA SAVONA
    HOW PRE-SERVICE GENERALIST TEACHERS APPROACH TO PROBLEM-SOLVING STRATEGIES IN THE PRACTICE OF SONG LEADING IN THE CLASSROOM