Dia 10 de outubro, às 15h00, no Anfiteatro João Branco do DeCA
Conferências em Etnomusicologia e Estudos de Música Popular
Conferências em Etnomusicologia e Estudos de Música Popular
Realiza-se quarta-feira, 10 de outubro, das 15h00 às 17h00 , no Anfiteatro João Branco, conferência inserida no Ciclo de Conferências em Etnomusicologia e Estudos de Música Popular. A conferência intitulada "Ripe for Shredding: Interpreting popular meanings of cyber music practices" é proferida por Diana Grguric, da University of Rijeka (Croácia). A entrada é livre.

Conferências em Etnomusicologia e Estudos de Música Popular

Ripe for Shredding: Interpreting popular meanings of cyber music practices

Resumo (em inglês)The lecture aims to expand the understanding of cyber culture and DIY  music practices of the new generative public aware of its own productive capacity. It focuses on shreds, video contents of parodic compositions gathered on YouTube with the objective to destabilise and destroy institutional music forms that imply order in market orientated, critical and educational presentation of music as forms of its instrumentality that framed the experience of music with the hegemonic imprint. It is the very moment when today’s public becomes aware of  its generative capacity that has proved to be inspiring for the shredding activity of making parody of music values of all genres, from popular and jazz to the so-called artistic music, as a specific aspect of the popular pleasure of creating new meanings.BiografiaDiana Grguric is an associate professor at the University of Rijeka Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Her research interests focus on the theme of intermediality of music and literature, the field of humanities related to art, more specifically, musicology and ethnomusicology. 

Since 1996, she has been conductor and art director of the 4'33'' group. The 4'33'' group is devoted to the art-vocal music that is on the track of vocal and instrumental music of folklore origin, arranged with electronic, synthetic and factual sounds. The group has published a number of music albums and projects, the last of which, Vidih vodu, is a music stage performance that revives Glagolitic melodies.  

Diana Grguric is the president of the Department for the Music Heritage Research of Rijeka and its surrounding area, established at the Ivan Matetic Ronjgov Institute in 2008, within the project of the City of Rijeka Department for Culture.

She is the author of books on popular music, history of Croatian music and intermediality of music and literature. She is also the author of numerous articles published in different International journals and lecturer at numerous music symposia and conferences.


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