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)