IPCoM – Program


17:00 CET/10:00 CT

Opening Remark Stefanie Acquavella-Rauch (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz und Nico Schüler (Texas State University San Marcos)

17:10 CET/10:10 CT

Präsentationen der nominierten Studierenden / Presentations by the nominated students

  1. Blaire Curley, Texas State University (Bachelor’s student) – “Whitey on the Moon!”
  2. Meike Roth, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Bachelor’s student) – “The Genius Palestrina. Romantic Tendencies and Rhetoric in the Restorative Church Movement of 19th Century Munich”
  3. Garrett Douglas, Texas State University (Master’s student) – “Revisiting the Life and Music of Julia D. Owen (1868-1964): Composer and Educator”
  4. Carrington Langston, Texas State University (Bachelor’s student) – “K-Fusion: How the Fusion of K-Pop and African-American Popular Music Influenced the Generation”
  5. Lea Meret Beck, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Bachelor’s student) – “The premiere of Fanny Hensel’s Overture C Major and the revival by Elke Mascha Blankenburg”
  6. Breanna Plummer, Texas State University (Master’s student) – “Listening Deeply: The Expanding Soundscape of Pauline Oliveros”
  7. Harrison Chang, Texas State University (Bachelor’s student) – “How Hip-Hop Has Aided the Growth of Baseball”
  8. Nena Kolmer, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Bachelor’s student) – “Pinned down Butterflies. Women’s history in Meiji Japan on the example of Cio-Cio-San”
  9. Memorie Schultz, Texas State University (Master’s student) – “Frescobaldi’s Fiori Musicali and Its Significance for Bach’s Clavierübung III”
  10. Felix David Kuhl, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Bachelor’s student) – “Aiblinger – A ‘true’ Cecilian Composer?”
  11. Kierstun Miller, Texas State University (Bachelor’s student) – “Seo Taiji (서태지) and Boys’ First Album: The Influences of African American Pop”
  12. Nora Elisa Wintzen , Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Master’s student) – “Smack My Bitch Up. An Analysis of the Music Video of the ‘Most Controversial Pop Song of All Time’”
  13. Carson Palmer, Texas State University (Bachelor’s student) – “Minstrelsy to Broadway: How African Americans Influenced the Industry”

18:45 CET/11:45 CT

Pause / Break

19:00 CET/12:00 CT

Keynote PD Dr. Anna-Katharina Höpflinger (Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München) “To Hades and Back: A Reflection on the Reception of Religious Symbols in Metal”

19:30 CET/12:30 CT

Preisverleihung / Presentation of prizes