Video presentations will be accessible till the 10th May.

ParticipantTitle of the Presentation
Panel (Belma Oğul)Methodogical approaches for the musical culture and sounding/moving nature
Panel – Bengi ÇakmakOn critical ecology as a methodological approach
Panel – Suna BaşlantıA sonic ethnography on the soundscape of the eastern Black Sea
Panel – Aslı KayhanThe discussion of the potential of music mapping
Panel – Belma OğulDance as an ecosystem and within the ecosystem
Abdullah AkatRe-thinking Black Sea music: Micro and macro perspectives
Alexandra KuzmanPerforming chalgia – changing performance place and space vs changing performance context
Ana PetrovicField recording as a re/pre/constructed performance place; example of twofemale performances during fieldwork on Pešter, Serbia
Andreea PascaruPerformance and meaning of a female mountain repertoire: Songs and the creation of spatial and cultural identity among the Romeyka speakers of the Pontic Alps
Ardian AhmedajaStage performances of traditional music and dance as a parallel reality tothe local practice: Female ballads accompanied by fyell (local flute) in Albania
Athena KatsanevakiChorlu Mare – Tranos Choros: Two linguistic-ethnic groups in onecommunity dance
Berna KurtFeminist dance dramaturgy as a tool of resistance in Dansöz performance
Burcu YıldızSounds of a lost past: Early 78rpm records of Armenians in USA
Carol SilvermanCultural politics of Bulgarian wedding music: Reconsidering resistancethrough five decades
Daniela Ivanova-NybergWhat is there? Bulgarian dance and the internet
Dilek Cantekin ElyağutuRe-determination of Kafkas folk dances performed in Turkey by defining“old and new” dances: sample of Kars and Iğdir
Dilyana KurdovaHORO-teque in Bulgaria
E. Şirin ÖzgünNew echoes on the mountains: Yörük feasts
Füsun AşkarAn aesthetic intervention into traditional dance: a case study of Trabzonwomen dances
Gergana Panova-Tekath“It was strange!“ Dancing Bulgarian folk dances in the welcoming culture ofNorth Rhine-Westphalia (Germany)
Gül Kaplan Ekemen & Cenker EkemenThe power of music as a resistance culture on social movements: a casestudy “praksis music band”
Hamraz Lotfi KorulThe troubled tune of Iran: Mohsen Namjoo’s music in between diaspora identity in a new performance place
İdris Ersan KüçükThe relationship between horon and space in social integration after the Lausanne exchange
Irene LoutzakiTheatrical stage vs. village square. Artistic creation vs. traditional dance
Irene MarkoffThe fate of traditional Bulgarian performance practice in the Canadian multicultural diaspora: A self-reflexive, auto-ethnographic perspective
Iva Niemčić, Joško ĆaletaSlavuj piva… – Contemporary scenic interpretation of Croatian traditional music and dance
Ivona Opetcheska TatarchevskaHow we went back in time: Music on the protests of “For Common Macedonia” movement
Kai ÅbergBalkan gypsy dance – As a marker for global Gypsy identity
Liz Mellish & Nick GreenSaints days, and village days – creating the space for community events in Romanian Banat
Lozanka PeychevaPirin folk stage – contemporary performance space for Bulgarian popfolk music
Maja BjelicaThe plurality of roles of the music of the Turkish Alevi
Marija Dumnić VilotijevićPopular folk music live performances in Serbia: case of taverns
Marko KölblResounding Croatian-ness: Burgenland Croats and popular music from Croatia
Mehmet Öcal ÖzbilginThe relationship between the individual and dance space in Western Anatolian traditional dance contexts
Muzaffer SümbülDance and music as resistance, integration and separation in Çukurova region Balkan emigrants
Nevin ŞahinMusic publishing as tension: A Case study of early 20th century fasıls
Panayiota AndrianopoulouBack to the traditional: traditional dance practices in Athens during the crisis period
Pınar Kasapoğlu AkyolDance and music in the museum
Selda ÖztürkWoman voices of the war
Selena RakocevicTraditional dances as expressive medium for both ethnic integration and separation. The case of dance practice of the Danube Gorge in Romania in post-socialist era
Serkan ŞenerA birthplace of Turkish Arabesk music: Abdullah Nail Bayşu’s house
Sevi BayraktarMen on the Boat, Women in the field: Gender and the search of horon in the national hinterland
Spiros Th. DelegosMusico-cultural trajectories within Southeastern Europe and Anatolia as factors in the formulation of Rebetiko: The case of Ioannis Eitzirides or Yovan Tsaous from the Black Sea
Tanja Halužan“Are you here to listen?”: On the importance of place and audience through the prism of the contemporary singer-songwriter scene in Zagreb
Teja TurkThe influence of mass media on the construction of traditional music in the 20th century in Slovenia
Urša ŠivicMusic of ethnic minority communities and individuals as an element of intertwining or differentiation
Velika Stojkova SerafimovskaThe soundscapes of the Macedonian resistance (2015 – 2019)
Ventsislav DimovEtudes for conductor, media speaking tube and non-tuned orchestra