15 episodes

Lukas Pairon is in this podcast interviewing researchers and practitioners (musicians as well as social and community workers) who are active in social music projects, as well as telling about his personal experiences, ideas and involvement in applied ethnomusicological research on the possible social impacts of music-making. The SIMM-podcast is launched during the February-March 2021 fifth international SIMM-posium (see: www.simm-platform.eu/planning/simm-posium-5) and is during that period broadcast on a weekly basis. From March 2021 on the SIMM-podcast will be broadcast once or twice every month. Lukas Pairon is founding director of the international research platform SIMM (on Social Impacts of Music-Making). Info: www.simm-platform.eu.

SIMM-podcast Lukas Pairon

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Lukas Pairon is in this podcast interviewing researchers and practitioners (musicians as well as social and community workers) who are active in social music projects, as well as telling about his personal experiences, ideas and involvement in applied ethnomusicological research on the possible social impacts of music-making. The SIMM-podcast is launched during the February-March 2021 fifth international SIMM-posium (see: www.simm-platform.eu/planning/simm-posium-5) and is during that period broadcast on a weekly basis. From March 2021 on the SIMM-podcast will be broadcast once or twice every month. Lukas Pairon is founding director of the international research platform SIMM (on Social Impacts of Music-Making). Info: www.simm-platform.eu.

    SIMM-podcast #15

    SIMM-podcast #15

    This 15th episode of the SIMM-podcast is a reflective one.  The main guest in this episode is sociologist Hartmut Rosa (16'30->45'54).  Lukas Pairon interviews him on his book ‘Resonance – A Sociology of Our Relationship to the World’, but we also hear interviews with musicians Tom Pauwels (2'33->6'50), Chrissy Dimitriou (6'56->8'40), Michael Schmidt (8'46->14'40 + 23'20->24'35 + 28'56->31'10) and Filip Verneert (14'48->16'13).


    Hartmut Rosa is Professor of Sociology and Social Theory at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, and director of the Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies in Erfurt, both in Germany.


    Following his now classical ‘Social Acceleration’, Hartmut Rosa invites us in his book ‘Resonance’ to reflect on and consider the alternative relationship of being in resonance with the world.  


    It was first published in German in 2016 and later translated in different languages. The French translation appeared in 2018, and the English version was released in 2019.  


    Hartmut Rosa will be the keynote speaker at the 7th international SIMM-posium organized from 12 to 14th December 2022 at the London based Guildhall School of Music and Drama, in collaboration with the Copenhagen Rhythmic Music Conservatory and the research network SIMM.



    Referenced during this podcast-episode: anechoic chamber, 'Breathcore' by Michael Schmidt, Luciano Berio's 'Sequenze', Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, 'En Atendant' by Rosas, Morton Feldman's 'Crippled Symmetry', Stephen Greenblatt's 'The Swerve', Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Ictus, Ircam, Emmanuel Levinas, Emmanuelle Lizère, George Herbert Mead, Mozarteum, participatory sense-making, SIMM-research-seminar London (September 2022)


    contact: info@simm-platform.eu / www.simm-platform.eu

    • 48 min
    SIMM-podcast #1

    SIMM-podcast #1

    In this 1st SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon interview the 5th annual SIMM-posium 12th January 2021 keynote-speaker Geoffrey Baker (00:26->12:49) as well as interview SIMM-president John Sloboda (12:53->18:23). The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting major research in the field of music in social and community work, presented by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid19-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021.

    Info: www.simm-platform.eu   
    Contact: info@simm-platform.eu 

    • 20 min
    SIMM-podcast #2

    SIMM-podcast #2

    In this 2nd episode of the SIMM-podcast we hear Lukas Pairon interview An De Bisschop  (00:58->15:14).  She will on 19th January 2021 be chairing the 1st session of the 5th annual SIMM-posium, presenting research on the role musicians can play in social and community music programs. In this podcast episode we reflect on what musicians can expect from participating as trainers in such projects, and what their needs are in terms of training and accompaniment. Lukas Pairon also interviews musicians Mattias Laga (15:15->22:13) of De Ledebirds (BE) and US-based André de Quadros (22:15->31:50). Both are as musicians active practitioners in this field, and also keenly interested in the development of SIMM-research. 
    The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting major research in the field of music in social and community work, presented by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid19-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Info: www.simm-platform.eu 

    Referenced during this podcast-episode: Common Ground Voices, Conducting 21C, DEMOS (F), Paulo Freire, De Ledebirds, The Ostend Street Orkestra, Mariusz Radwanski
     
    Contact: info@simm-platform.eu 

    • 33 min
    SIMM-podcast #3

    SIMM-podcast #3

    In this 3rd SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon interview John Speyer (00:47->12:32) of the UK-based Music in Detention (soon to change its name into Here Me Out) and Mary Cohen (15:30->33:53) from Iowa University.  John Speyer is practitioner and Mary Cohen practitioner-researcher. They will during the 5th annual SIMM-posium both chair sessions in which research will be presented on music in detention contexts (John Speyer on 26th January, and Mary Cohen on 2nd February 2021). During this podcast episode we reflect with them on questions which they hope to be able to discuss with the researchers and practitioners during the SIMM-posium. 
    Lukas Pairon also interviews musician André de Quadros (12:35->15:29) about his experience working in prisons in the US. 
     
    The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting research in the field of music in social and community work by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid19-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Info: www.simm-platform.eu.
     
    Referenced during this podcast-episode: Gregory Bateson, Augusto Boal, Common Ground Voices, André de Quadros, Incarceration Nations Network, ISME 2020 Helsinki, Ashley Lucas, Music In Detention (new name: Here Me Out, UK), Oakdale Community Choir (US), Mariusz Radwanski,  Christopher Small and Bryan Stevenson. 
     
    Contact: info@simm-platform.eu 

    • 35 min
    SIMM-podcast #4

    SIMM-podcast #4

    In this 4th SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon interview John Sloboda (03:35->12:45) of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama (London, UK) and Brydie Bartleet (12:48->21:52) from Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre (Griffith University, Brisbane, AU).  John Sloboda is founding president of the research-platform SIMM, and Brydie Bartleet is from 2021 on SIMM’s president. During the 5th annual SIMM-posium both chair sessions in which research is presented on intercultural social and community music projects (John Sloboda on 9th February, and Brydie Bartleet on 16th February 2021). During this podcast episode we reflect with them on questions which they hope to be able to discuss with the researchers and practitioners during the SIMM-posium.  
     
    The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting research in the field of music in social and community work by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid19-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Info: www.simm-platform.eu.
     
    Referenced during this podcast-episode: Barenboim-Said Akademie, 2020 Compendium Music as a Global Resource, Arturo Escobar (Designs for the Pluriverse), Guildhall School SIMM-PhD, Musicae Scientiae, Music Fund, Mariusz Radwanski, Wind-up Pinguin (Guildhall)
     
    Contact: info@simm-platform.eu 

    • 23 min
    SIMM-podcast #5

    SIMM-podcast #5

    In this 5th SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon discuss with Graça Mota from Portugal (00:53-17:50), Khamis Abu Shaaban from Gaza (17:50-26:43), Cathy Milliken from Australia (26:45-40:02), and Bart Maris from Belgium (40:05-54:14), about what motivates musicians to want to engage themselves in social and community music projects. This subject is also discussed during the session of the Brussels SIMM-posium on Tuesday 23rd February 2021.
    The 5th yearly SIMM-posium is presenting research in the field of music in social and community work by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021.

    Referenced during this podcast-episode: CIPEM (Porto), Edward Said Music Conservatory of Gaza, Gaza Grand Piano, International Ensemble Modern Academy (IEMA), Nawa, Qattan Foundation, Mariusz Radwanski, 5th SIMM-posium,  Christopher Small on musicking, Think of One, UNRWA (Gaza), Watar Band (Gaza)
    Contact: info@simm-platform.eu / www.simm-platform.eu

    • 55 min

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