Saturday 29 July
12:30h – ESMUC (aula A347) - Institutional
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE CHINA (China)
International Chorus Festival
12:30h – ESMUC (aula A348) - Institutional
Presentation SCIC, Secretariat de Corals Infantils de Catalunya
12:30h – UPF – CAMPUS CIUTADELLA (Sala 13.007) - Composers
JOCELYN HAGEN (USA)
21st Century Choral Music: What’s Next ?
Composer/Performer/Publisher Jocelyn Hagen explores the future of choral music by studying current trends among composers in the United States. To what texts are they drawn? How is movement being used, on a large and small scale, to help animate a choral performance? How are the influences of popular music manifesting in choral music? How can we use technology to enhance the choral concert experience?
12:30h –UPF – CAMPUS CIUTADELLA (Sala 40.S02) – Choral Activities
INTERNATIONAL CHOIR FESTIVAL BARCELONA (Catalonia)
INTERNATIONAL CHORUS FESTIVAL AN ANNUAL GATHERING TO EXPERIENCE CHORAL MUSIC
14:30h – ESMUC (aula A347) - Publishers
EDITION PETERS (Germany)
Tido music app – a ground – breaking new app for musicians
14:30h – UPF CAMPUS CIUTADELLA (Sala 13.007) – Choral Heritage
HINGRID KUJAWINSKI (U.S.A.)
Villa-Lobos women’s Choir music
Heitor Villa-Lobos (Rio de Janeiro, 1887-1959), the best known Brazilian composer of the twentieth century, wrote instrumental solo works, chamber music, concerts, orchestral works, stage works and vocal works. Among the many choral works listed in the catalogue compiled by the Museum Villa-Lobos in Rio de Janeiro, there are thirteen pieces specified for women’s choir. These pieces are classified in several categories based on genre and ensemble arrangement. They demonstrate Villa-Lobos' skill in showcasing the female voice and introduce an innovation in the mass genre: the addition of recitatives to the Missa São Sebastião. From the thirteen pieces only three are still being published. Recently the Fermata doBrasil publishers together with Villa-Lobos heirs provided Dr. Kujawinski for two years with the license of two of the pieces not being published anymore. These two new editions will be introduced and distributed during her presentation at the 11th World Symposium on Choral Music.
Dr. Hingrid Kujawinski is originally from Brazil where her formal education and work experience started. She holds a Bachelors of Music in Piano Performance from the Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (2001) and a Bachelors of Music in Choral Conducting from the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (2007).Dr. Kujawinski moved to the United States in 2009 to study Choral Conducting with Dr. Peggy Dettwiler at Mansfield University, PA where she also worked as graduate assistant. In 2011 she graduated from that University with a double Masters degree in Choral Conducting and Collaborative Piano. In 2016 she graduated at Rutgers University, NJ with her Doctor of Musical Arts in Choral Conducting under the guidance of Dr. Patrick Gardner. While pursuing her doctoral degree she worked as Teaching Assistant from 2012 to 2015 for the Kirkpatrick Choir, and as the Director of the Voorhees Women’s Choir from 2013 to 2016 – Her choir was finalist in the American Prize Competition for 2016. Her research on Villa – Lobos’s compositions for women’s choirs was well-received at the ACDA’S Second National Symposium On American Choral Music in Austin, Texas (in 2015). FOR the 11th World Symposium on Choral Music, she is proud to present new editions of two of choral pieces by Villa-Lobos for women’s choir that have been unavailable so far.
14:30h – UPF - CAMPUS CIUTADELLA (Sala 40.S02)– Educational Projects
ORFEÓ CATALÀ – ESTEVE NABONA & JORDI VIVANCOS (Catalonia)
Clavé XXI – Choral Singing as a tool for social integration
14:30h – UPF CAMPUS CIUTADELLA –AUDITORI – Choral Activities
INTERKULTUR –GENT LAZRI (Germany)
Choral Networking with Interkultur
15:45h – ESMUC (aula A347) - Institutional
ADICORA – MAXIMILIANO MANCUSO (Argentina)
Presentation of: Asociación de Directores de Coros de la República Argentina