Per F. Broman

Calendar 2016–


Particiaption on Swedish National Radio “Studio Ett” on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the first Simpsons episode.

“Project-based Composition: Karin Rehnqvist and the Inclusive Pedagogy.” Paper presented at the College Music Society annual meeting Louisville, October 24.

“Varifrån kommer musiken? Musikalisk mening och diskurs i Ingmar Bergmans filmer,” paper presented at Stockholm University, October 24.

Public composition seminar with Karin Rehnqvist at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm. October 23.

“`From where does the music come?´: Musical meaning and musical discourse in Ingmar Bergman’s films”. Paper presented at the ”Ingmar Bergman 100 Years” conference at Lund University, June 14.

“Another Woody: J. S. Bach in Dixieland.” Paper presented at the Bach on Screen conference, organized by the Riemenschneider Bach Institute, February 18, Baldwin Wallace University.

“Meta-Music and the Analytical Challenges of Jan W. Morthenson’s Music.” Paper presented at the 9th European Music Analysis Conference (EuroMAC 9), University of Strasbourg’s GRÉAM Research Centre, Strasbourg, France, June 28–July 1.

“Capturing the Ephemeral: A View of Kaija Saariaho’s Laterna Magica Through Ingmar Bergman’s Lens.” Paper co-authored with Nora Engebretsen, presented at the Music and the Moving Image conference at NYU, May 28.

Musicology Panel for the New Music Gathering 2017. Bowling Green State University, May 12.

“Bergman’s Music(ians): Mirror & Meaning.” Guest lecture in The Joseph and Frances Jones Poetker Thinking About Music Lecture Series, College Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, April 7.

“Ingmar Bergman’s Musicians.” Paper presented at the International Musicological Society 20th Quinquennial Congress in Tokyo, Japan, March 22.

Fall 2016. Vising Scholar, Department of Culture and Aesthetics Stockholm University.

Guest lecture on my work on Karin Rehnqvist and Ingmar Bergman at the doctoral colloquium at Stockholm University, Department of Culture and Aesthetics, September 23.

“It’s a Kid’s Game: Using Scratch as a Learning Tool for Music Theory and Aural Skills.” Paper presented at the Association for Technology in Music Instruction annual meeting, Santa Fe, NM, October 28.

“The Dying Franz Schubert and the Essence of Music: Ingmar Bergman’s Musicians.” Paper presented at the College Music Society annual meeting, Santa Fe, NM, October 29.

“To Joy and Failure: Ingmar Bergman’s Musicians.” Paper presented at the American Musicological Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, November 6.