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Provisional program updated on 27 February 2020
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 DAY 
Friday, 18 June 2021
Rytmisk Sal
Musikhuset Aarhus (The Concert Hall Aarhus) - Thomas Jensens Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus C

11.00-13.00
Registration

13.00-13.10
Opening of session

13.10-14.25
Workshop 1
Research on music interventions in community settings - toward learning and wellbeing across the life span
Organizers: Assal Habibi, Mari Tervaniemi

14.25-14.55
Discussion

14.55-15.15
Coffee break
Rytmisk Sal

15.15-16.30
Workshop 2
Putting music to trial: Design and progress of ongoing clinical trials on music-based interventions in neurological rehabilitation
Organizers: Teppo Särkämö, Jennifer Grau-Sanchez, Antoni Rodriguez-Fornells

16.30-17.00
Discussion

17.30-20.00
WELCOME RECEPTION AT AARHUS RÅDHUS (AARHUS CITY HALL)
Rådhuspladsen 2, 8000 Aarhus

18.00-18.10
Welcome by the Mayor of Aarhus

18.10-18.30
Welcome by Mariani Foundation and local host committee

18.40-19.00
Connecting with music 1
Assoc. Professor Lena Gregersen and Song, Dance and Playing student group

 

 DAY 2 
Saturday, 19 June 2021
Store Sal
Musikhuset Aarhus (The Concert Hall Aarhus) - Thomas Jensens Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus C

8.30-9.00
Official Welcome

09.00-10.30
Symposium 1
The impact of long-term music interventions on behavior and brain plasticity over the Lifespan in healthy individuals and in individuals with ADHD or autism spectrum disorder
Chair: Gottfried Schlaug
Speakers: Peter Schneider, Anne Marie Seither–Preisler, Eckart Altenmüller/Clara James, Christian Gold/Karsten Specht

10.30-11.15
Coffee break 
Foyer area

11.15-12.30
Symposium 2
Towards a genomics of musicality
Chair: Henkjan Honing
Speakers: Isabelle Peretz, Sarah Wilson, Fredrik Ullén, Reyna L. Gordon

12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Rytmisk Sal and Kammermusiksalen

13.30-14.45
POSTER SESSION 1
Foyer area

14.45-16.00
Symposium 3
Universality and variability of music across the lifespan and across cultures
Chair: Samuel Mehr
Speakers: Samuel Mehr, Laurel Trainor, Nori Jacoby, Josh McDermott

16.00-16.15
Connecting with music 2
Prof. Jim Daus Hjernoe in vocal interaction with audience

16.15-17.30
Symposium 4
Sensorimotor integration in music production across the life span
Chair: Maria Herrojo Ruiz
Speakers: Maria Herrojo Ruiz, Peter Pfordresher, Giacomo Novembre, Shinichi Furuya

17.30-18.00
Best posters in a flash

19.30-22.30
CONFERENCE DINNER AT “Centralværkstedet” (The Railway Repair Center)
Værkmestergade 9, 8000 Aarhus C

 

 DAY 3 
Sunday, 20 June 2021
Store Sal
Musikhuset Aarhus (The Concert Hall Aarhus) - Thomas Jensens Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus C

8.30-8.40
Opening of session

8.40-9.00
Connecting with music 3
El Sistema inspired children’s orchestra Musik-Sak led by sisters Rebecca and Gabriella Fuglsig

9.00-10.00
Keynote lecture
Predictive Coding
Karl Friston

10.00-11.15
Symposium 5
Brain mechanisms underlying musical interaction and improvisation across the lifespan
Chair: Virginia Penhune
Speakers: Peter Vuust, Boris Kleber, Morten Kringelbach, Elvira Brattico

11.15-12.00
Coffee break
Foyer area

12.00-13.15
Symposium 6
Examining the development and neurodynamics of complex mental processing: What can (and can’t) we learn from engagement with full-length pieces of music
Chair: Matthew Sachs & Petri Toiviainen
Speakers: Petri Toiviainen, Alluri Vinoo, Matthew Sachs, Tamara Vanderwal

13.15-14.15
LUNCH
Rytmisk Sal and Kammermusiksalen

14.15-15.30
POSTER SESSION 2
Foyer area

15.30-16.30
Symposium 7
Emerging approaches to large-scale and longitudinal studies of the impact of music on human development in children and adolescents
Chair: John Iversen
Speakers: Dan Gustavson, John Iversen, Miriam Lense

16.30-16.45
Connecting with music 4
RAMA Big Band conducted by Professor Jens Christian Jensen

16.45-18.00
Symposium 8
The Role of Music Training on Executive Functions in Child and Adolescent Development
Chair: Jennifer Bugos
Speakers: Minna Huotilainen, Jennifer Bugos, Franziska Degé, Daniel Müllensiefen

 

20.00-23.00
JAM SESSIONS
"Klubscenen" (226) and rooms 222 and 224
Musikhuset Aarhus (The Concert Hall Aarhus) - Thomas Jensens Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus C

  • Choir led by Assoc. Professor Carsten Seyer-Hansen
  • Jazz/Blues led by Mikkel Vuust (dms)
  • Classical ad-hoc orchestra led by Professor Emeritus Arne Dich

 

 DAY 4 
Monday, 21 June 2021
Store Sal
Musikhuset Aarhus (The Concert Hall Aarhus) - Thomas Jensens Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus C

8.30-8.40
Opening of session

8.40-9.00
Connecting with music 5
Baroque oboe and Armenian duduk concert by Floris van Vugt

9.00-10.15
Symposium 9
Towards music-based auditory rehabilitation for older adults
Chair: Benjamin Zendel
Speakers: Claude Alain, Frank A. Russo, Benjamin Zendel, Gavin M. Bidelman

10.15-11.00
Coffee break
Foyer area

11.00-12.15
Symposium 10
Music interventions for neurological and neurodegenerative disorders
Chair: Stefan Koelsch
Speakers: Noelia Martínez-Molina, Simone Dalla Bella, Séverine Samson, Stefan Koelsch

12.15-12.30
Connecting with music 6
Girls’ choir EVE led by Assoc. Professor Birgitte Næslund Madsen

12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Rytmisk Sal and Kammermusiksalen

13.30-14.45
POSTER SESSION 3
Foyer area

14.45-16.00
Symposium 11
Musical pleasure as a tool to improve memory and affect
Chair: Robert Zatorre
Speakers Ernest Mas-Herrero, Laura Ferreri, Pablo Ripollés, Neomi Singer

16.00-16.30
Best posters in a flash

16.30-16.45
Awards and announcement of Neuromusic 2023

16.45-17.30
General discussion and conclusions

18.00-22.00
MUSIC, EXHIBITION AND LIGHT SUPPER AT “Den Gamle By” (The Old City Museum)
Viborgvej 2, 8000 Aarhus C

  • 19:30-22:00 Jazz at Bent J jazz bar, featuring Mikkel Vuust, Frederik Vuust and Peter Vuust    AND
  • 19:30 and 20:30 Two recitals at “Helsingør Teater” (The Elsinore Theater) by percussion Professor Henrik Knarborg Larsen, featuring Ki-aikido martial arts techniques. (Duration app. 30 minutes)

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