VARNA2017

International Symposium “Musical Cultural Heritage in Europe”

Coordination: Dr. y Dr. Ratitza Gueleva -Tzvetkova

KAHC/46C01 “La Canción Popular como fuente de inspiración. Estudio de identidades de género a través de mujeres promotoras de cultura popular (1917-1961)” USAL, 2017-2018

September 8th, 10 Conference Inauguration
September 8th, 10:15 – 13 Panel 1

  • Ralitza Gueleva (Bulgarian Encyclopedia – BAS). Encyclopedic Information Resources for the Musical Heritage of Europe: an Attempt to Classify.
  • (Universidad de Murcia) Sources for the Study of Popular Song and its Pedagogical Use.
  • Petya Nikolova (Bulgarian Encyclopedia – BAS). Boris Hristov and the Cultural Interactions in the second half of the 20th Century: Preparing Bibliographic Bookmarks.
  • (Universidad de Salamanca). From Berlin to New York, the Unexpected Journey of Kurt and Ewald Schindler's Legacy.
  • (Universidad de Salamanca). Ruth Matilda Anderson and the Role of Women in a Romanticized Spain: Intangible Heritage Preserved by the Hispanic Society of America.

September 8th, 16 – 19
Visit to the Exhibition “Ruth Anderson Archive Rural Women, Ritual and Tradition for Spanish Cultural Heritage: Ethnographical Photos from 1920-36” at Pench Slaveikov Public Library

  • Radka Calcheva, Kristiana Dimcheva. The Digitization Program of the Music Funds of the Art Department in Pencho Slaveykov Library in Varna
  • Visit to «Old Varna Museum”, organized by Lambrin Sotirov.

September 9th, 9 – 13 Panel 2

  • (Universidad de Burgos). Mildred Adams-Kenyon: cartografía relacional de una norteamericana polifacética.
  •   (Universidad de Salamanca). Katharine Atholl & Eleanor Rathbone: Bonds of Friendship in Wartimes. The Birth of Basque Children's Committee.
  • Laura Sánchez Pérez (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia). Poesía, música y herencia cultural: Rosalía de Castro en la configuración de la identidad gallega contemporánea.
  • Vivian Paulina Rosado Cárdenas (Universidad de Salamanca). El papel de la Música en la estrategia evangelizadora protestante: Sophie Müller y los pueblos indígenas del Noroeste Amazónico.
  • (Universidad de Salamanca). Mujer, música y texto. Estudio de cuatro temas textuales de las rondas profanas de Navidad en la provincia de Soria.

September 9th, 9 – 13 Panel 2

  • Marina Pibernat Vila (Universidade da Coruña). The Improvised Song Combats in Catalonia: the Case of Corrandes of Montagut.
  • Aitor Hernandez Marcos (Universidad de Salamanca). The Evolution of Gypsy Music and its Spreading across Europe.
  • Doroteya Tsvetkova (Sofia University «St. Kliment Ohridski», intern in “Bulgarian Encyclopedy” BAS, Universidad de Salamanca). Contemporary Forms of Interaction: Cultural Monuments and Musical Heritage.
  • Teodora Pesheva (Technical University of Sofia). Nature Objects Used for Concert Halls
  • Jana Yakovleva (Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Rome, Director). Presentation of the Musical Events at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Rome.

September 9th, 17 – 18 Nelly Bratoeva (IW Club “Varna – Europea”) Music festival “Art stars” – Varna.
September 9th, 19 Organ Music Concert at Festival and Congress Center:
“Song and dance in a Soirée at the Spanish Habsburg Court”

September 10th, 9 – 13 Panel 3

  • Ivan Tabakov (Regional Academic Center – BAS). Presentation of European Music Academy – Varna.
  • (Universidad de Salamanca). Labor Day Union Demonstrations: Music, Folklore and Women at the service of the State.
  • (Universitat Rovira i Virgili). Miquel Rué i Rubió (1864-1926): Method, Song and Woman.
  • Maya Petrova (Bulgarian Encyclopedia – BAS). Creating Visual Information Resources. Musical Instruments Section of the Bulgarian Encyclopedia.
  • Bilyna Petrova (Sofia University «St. Kliment Ohridski», intern in “Bulgarian Encyclopedia” BAS). The Korean Musical Heritage Presented in Western Europe.
  • Iskra Tsvetanska (University of Library Science and Information Technology). Problems in the Conservation and Preservation of Musical Collections
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