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Festival 500 Sharing the Voices



Introduction:

FESTIVAL 500 Sharing the Voices is a biennial international celebration of choral music that takes place in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. This non-competitive festival features choirs from many countries and sets its stage for high quality performance and sharing. Preceding the festival, The Phenomenon of Singing International Symposium takes place June 28 to July 1, 2007 in partnership with Festival 500 and Memorial University of Newfoundland, engaging the academic interest of scholars around the world.

FESTIVAL 500 traditionally shines a light on the music of a particular culture and features it in a special way. In 2007 FESTIVAL 500 gives focus to the celebration of Celtic music. This special tradition is shared in each World of Music concert, and brought to life by various clinicians, conductors and performers.

FESTIVAL 500 Sharing the Voices is a non-profit organization that is governed by a Board of Directors.

FESTIVAL 500 Design and Programming Artistic Directors:

  1. Ki Adams

  2. Douglas Dunsmore

  3. Andrea Rose


FESTIVAL 500 Staff:

  1. Executive Director Peter Gardner

  2. Festival Manager Paulette Campbell

  3. Operations Manager Janet Miller
    jmiller@festival500.com




Titles




Let the boys sing and speak: Masculinities and boys’ stories of singing in school

Adam Adler


Peel District School Board

Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Hole in One”: The challenges of creating and performing an interactive multimedia work for vocal

Kristi Allik

Robert Mulder

Karen Frederickson

Queen’s University

Kingston, Ontario, Canada



For thee we sing: The historical implications of Marian Anderson’s 1939 Easter concert

Sonya G. Baker

Murray State University

Murray, Kentucky, USA

Why boys (don’t) sing

Carol Beynon

The University of Western Ontario

London, Ontario, Canada
ROUNDTABLE

The power of singing and song in music education: A Canadian context

Carol Beynon

The University of Western Ontario

London, Ontario, Canada


Charlene Morton

Independent Scholar

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Andrea Rose

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada
Betty Anne Younker

The University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

From church to concert hall: Choral music of R. Nathaniel Dett

Brainerd Blyden-Taylor

Nathaniel Dett Chorale

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A crowd of jolly trappers: Labrador trapping songs

Tim Borlase

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada

Hearing the voices of “Singing Schools”

Jenny Boyack

Massey University

Palmerston North, New Zealand

The gospel sound: Style and technique

Horace Clarence Boyer

Composer/Arranger, Conductor

Amherst, Massachusetts, USA

Bringing the past to the present: A history of the Brazeal Dennard Chorale

Abigail Butler

Wayne State University

Detroit, Michigan, USA
Songlines and star singers: Making the most of the world's voices for school children

*Patricia Shehan Campbell

The University of Washington

Seattle, Washington, USA



Teaching songs of America’s Victorian era: 1880

Judith Cline

Hollins University

Roanoke, Virginia, USA
A short history of choral societies in nineteenth-century Newfoundland

Glenn Colton

Lakehead University

Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada



The right place of singing in schools: An appraisal of the work of Sir Arthur Somervell (1863-1937)

Gordon Cox

The University of Reading

Reading, England, UK


Conductors conduct ensembles, not scores: Towards a post-positivist paradigm for choral music education

James F. Daugherty

The University of Kansas

Lawrence, Kansas, USA



A rationale for world music in the choral classroom

Peter Dennee

West Virginia University

Morgan Town, West Virginia, USA

Producing gendered voices in the recording studio: A case study from the Yukon

Beverley Diamond

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

If you can sing the roles of Leonor and Adalgisa, can you really sing the role of Amneris?

JanClaire Elliott

Independent Scholar

Santa Barbara, California, USA

Men’s ways of singing

Robert Faulkner

University of Akureyri

Akureyri, Iceland

Hafralækjarskóla


S.Þingeyjarsýslu, Iceland

University of Sheffield

Sheffield, England, UK

Hidden musicians: Songs by Cécile Chaminade, Josephine Lang and Clara Schumann

Karen B. Frederickson

Gordon E. Smith

Queen’s University

Kingston, Ontario, Canada



Collaboration and singing: Tools for self discovery

Cissy Goodridge

Appleby College

Oakville, Ontario, Canada
The sound of angelic voices: Music for high voices in 17th-century France

C. Jane Gosine

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada



The relationship between voice part and self-selected pitch

Paul Guise

The University of Kansas

Lawrence, Kansas

The singer as a phenomenon of synthesis: The studio teacher as model and mentor

Nancy Thompson Jones

Central Methodist College

Fayette, Missouri, USA
Diana Allan

The University of Texas

San Antonio, Texas, USA

The pleasures and perils of ‘white’ invocations of ‘the big black woman inside’

Moon Joyce

The University of Toronto

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Cultural influences on the development of singing to an African child: An investigation of the effects into cultural socialisation amongst various ethnics in Africa

Benon Kigozi

Makerere Univeristy

“Who are you, little i?” Representations of the lyrical gift of Imant Raminsh

Jane Leibel

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

The relationship between African American enrollment and the classroom environment in secondary choral music programs

Vicki Lind

The University of California Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California, USA


Abigail Butler

Wayne State University

Detroit, Michigan, USA

"So You Always Wanted to Sing": Observations and reflections from marginalized voices

Valerie Long

Conductor and Arranger

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

Factors that have shaped South African choral music

Ludumo Magangane

The University of South Africa

Unisa, South Africa

Japanese folksongs and children’s choir

Chifuru Matsubara

Tokyo Philharmonic Chorus

Tokyo, Japan

The eclectic nature of Australian choral music

Sandra Milliken

Queensland Youth Choir

Ferny Grove, Queensland, Australia

Vocal health in teacher training programs

Mary Lynn Morrisey

Luther College

Decorah, Iowa, USA

The poetics and politics of some Newfoundland/Irish songs

Lillis O Laoire

Ruan O’Donnell

The University of Limerick

Limerick, Ireland



The genesis of the European musical influence in Mexico

Jeffrey Pappas

Mississippi State University

Oxford, Mississippi, USA
Recognizing the value of two aesthetics of singing

Lousie Pascale

Lesley University


Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Earth chants - songs of the stars: A composer’s quest to bring together heaven and earth

*Imant Raminsh

Composer


Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Vocal music in eighteenth-century Bath from the pens of Thomas Linley Senior and Junior

Paul Rice

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada
Song, inquiry and aesthetic education: The Lincoln Center Institute (LCI)
Florence Samson

The City University of New York

Queens College

Flushing, New York, USA


Redefining the ‘traditional recital program’: Recital repertoire for soprano voice by Canadian women composers

Caroline Schiller

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada



Vocal pedagogy for the choral conductor and amateur singer

Kevin Skelton

New College, The University of Oxford

Oxford, England, UK
Singing lessons: A performance about the teaching and learning of singing

Katharine Smithrim

Queen’s University

Kingston, Ontario, Canada



Baul-gana and Baul sadhana: Singing as part of the spiritual practice as realized by the Bauls of Bengal

Selina Thielemann

Institute of Vraja Art and Culture

Uttar Pradesh, India


Myth-conceptions about human voices? Sorting pre-scientific vocal pedagogy from science-based voice education

Leon Thurman

Fairview Voice Center

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA



The voice as an instrument of peace and a motivating force for justice

*Linda Tillery

Linda Tillery & the Cultural Heritage Choir

Oakland, California, USA
Journey with my voice: From a Tapiola chorister to a vocal pedagogue
Sanna Valvanne

Conductor

Helsinki, Finland
The poetry of African American Pinkie Gordon Lane as set in Listenings and Silences

J. Michelle Vought

Illinois State University

Normal, Illinois, USA


The nature of competition and non-competitive goals structures as related to perceptions of self-esteem, musical achievement, and performance attributes in young singers

Angela Warren

Lakecrest Independent School

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada



Researching singing and vocal development across the lifespan: A personal case study

*Graham Welch

The University of London

London, England, UK
The use of ancient music, techniques, approaches, and aesthetics in the modern choral music context: Performance and compositional approaches to the use of unusual instrumental and vocal techniques in the modern concert setting

Gerard J. Yun

Cedar City, Utah, USA

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