EXchange! Presenters and Abstracts

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Join us as international scholars and practitioners from 8 countries (Norway, Argentina, Israel, DR Congo, Denmark, Indonesia, USA, and Canada) share their latest research and practice. In addition to papers and lecture-demonstrations, the EXchange! will feature an international IFCM panel exploring current and future global initiatives related to choral singing.

OPENING EXCHANGE
Looking in on choral singing: Variations on a theme of singing together
PANEL: EMILY KUO (China), BURAK ONUR ERDEM (Turkey), VICTORIA LIEDBERGIUS (Norway), YVELINE DAMAS (Gabon), TIM SHARP (USA)
MODERATOR: NIELS GRAESHOLM (Denmark)

Working with young male singers in collegiate choir contexts: Challenges, approaches, and rewards
ADAM ADLER , Nipissing University, Canada, and BRUCE KOTOWICH , University of Windsor, Canada

The Learning Choir: A method for building the choir from inside and out[
THOMAS CAPLIN , Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway

Choral improvisation: A reflection of society
CHRISTOPHER CLARK , Southern Berkshire Regional School District (USA)

Misa para el Tercer Mundo: A forbidden Mass rescued from oblivion
OSCAR ESCALADA , University of La Plata, Argentina

Music in the soul brings happiness to all: From excellence in music to excellence in citizenship
NAOMI FARAN , Moran Choir, Israel

Sounding spaces: Personal geographies of music-making spaces in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
KIERA GALWAY , Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

Canadian, eh? Treble choir repertoire
CATHERINE GLASER-CLIMIE , Cantaré Children’s Choir, Canada

Creation and co-creation in choral life
NIELS GRAESHOLM , University of Cophenhagen, Denmark

African connections: From southern Africa to southern Alberta
SCOTT LEITHEAD, Kokopelli Choirs, Canada

Choirs as agencies of social justice and transformation
MARTA MCCARTHY , University of Guelph, Canada

The influence of sean-nós on the nationalistic choral music of Ireland
STACIE ROSSOW , Florida Atlantic University, USA

Rampai Aceh: What’s behind the movements in Indonesian songs
AIDA SWENSON , Indonesian Children and Youth Choir – Cordana

Mimin’si Aktonic Systeme: A new choral notation system
AMBROISE KUA-NZAMBI TOKO, Académie Africaine de Musique Chorale, DR Congo

Creativity and the African American spiritual: A historical exploration of how the spiritual has been used in various musical art forms as well as in liturgical, social, political, and contemporary settings
MAREDIA D.L. WARREN , New Jersey City University (USA) and BEVERLY J. VAUGHN , Stockton University (USA)

CLOSING EXCHANGE
To the future…
SONJA GREINER (Germany)

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