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Conferences/Colloques

Conference presentations/Communications savantes :

  • Forsyth s’inspire de son pays adoptif : Une analyse de « Three Métis Folk Songs from Saskatechewan ». Congrès annuel de la Société de musique des universités canadiennes (SMUC), 1er juin 2012 (Wilfrid Laurier University).
  • Les structures métriques et hypermétriques dans le 4e mouvement d’ « Ambiant V » d’Ana Sokolović. Congrès de l’Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas), mai 2012 (Palais des congrès de Montréal).
  • Konflit critique Bush par la chanson: une analyse des deux versions (Ferland et Konflit) de « God is an American ». Congrès de l’Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas), 12 mai 2011 (Université de Sherbrooke); Congrès annuel de la Société de musique des universités canadiennes (SMUC), 4 juin 2011 (Mount Allison University).
  • City of Gold:  A Journey to the Klondike Gold Rush Through Film, Photographs, Narrator, and Music. Annual Conference of the Canadian University Music Society (CUMS), 6 June, 2010 (University of Regina).
  • Le rêveur dans l’œuvre This is the Colour of My Dreams de Kelly‑Marie Murphy : une analyse des éléments musicaux contrastants et influences folkloriques. Congrès de l’Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas), 13 mai 2010 (Université de Montréal).
  • Discovering a New Sound World: Messiaen’s Influence in Steven Gellman’s Trikaya. Society for Music Theory Annual Conference (SMT), 29 October, 2009 (Montréal).      
  • Metrical Disruptions in Kelly‑Marie Murphy’s “Give Me Phoenix Wings to Fly.” Annual Congress of the Canadian University Music Society (CUMS), 29 May, 2009 (Carleton University).
  • La cohérence musicale dans une œuvre orchestrale contemporaine : une analyse thématique  d’Exquisite Fires de Linda Bouchard. Congrès de l’Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas), 12 mai 2009 (Université d’Ottawa).
  • Hypermetric Structures in Post-Tonal Music. Cardiff Music Analysis Conference (CarMAC), 6 September, 2008 (Cardiff University, United Kingdom).
  • Octave Doublings as a Compositional Strategy in Two Canadian String Quartets.  Annual Congress of the Canadian University Music Society (CUMS), 7 June, 2008 (University of British Columbia).
  • An Analysis of Anne Eggleston’s Quartet for Piano and Strings : A Reconciliation of the Past and Present.  Annual Conference of the Canadian University Music Society (CUMS), 29 May, 2006 (York University).       
  • Interrelationships in Ursula Mamlok’s “Rote Scheibe” from Der Andreas Garten (1987). Conference on the Composer Ursula Mamlok, 2 April, 2006 (Manhattan School of Music).
  • Le Paysage de Peer Gynt : mouvement linéaire dans  « Au matin » de Grieg. Congrès annuel de la Société de musique des universités canadiennes (SMUC), 30 mai 2005 (University of Western Ontario).
  • Metrical Ambiguities in Ursula Mamlok’s Panta Rhei. Music Theory Society of New York State and the New England Conference of Music Theorists, 26 April, 2003 (Yale University); Society for Music Theory Southeast, 14 March, 2003 (Davidson College); Midwest Graduate Music Consortium 2003, 1 March, 2003 (Northwestern University); Texas Society for Music Theory, 21 February, 2003 (Texas Christian University); and Florida State University Music Theory Society 2003 Annual Forum, 8 February, 2003 (Florida State University).
  • Ursula Mamlok’s Polarities, II: The Interaction of Two Parallel Paths. University of Western Ontario Graduate Student Symposium in Music, 1 June, 2002 (University of Western Ontario).
  • Metrical Reinterpretations in Toru Takemitsu’s Rain Tree. Music Graduate Student Colloquium, 21 March, 2002 (State University of New York, University at Buffalo).
  • Developments in Ursula Mamlok’s Compositional Career. Institute for Research and Education on Women and Gender (IREWG) Graduate Student Symposium on Gender, 16 March, 2002 (State University of New York, University at Buffalo).
  • Cyclicity in Ruth Crawford’s Sonata for Violin and Piano (1926). Western Graduate Forum, 10 February, 1999 (University of Western Ontario).
  • Music Theory, Analysis, and Criticism. Western Graduate Forum, 3 February, 1998 (University of Western Ontario).

Poster presentations/Affiches présentées :

  • Metrical Ambiguities in Ursula Mamlok’s Panta Rhei. Annual Conference of the Canadian University Music Society (CUMS), 31 May, 2003 (Dalhousie University).
  • Ursula Mamlok’s Polarities, II: The Interaction of Two Parallel Paths. Institute for Research and Education on Women and Gender (IREWG) Annual Celebration, 5 April 2002 (State University of New York, University at Buffalo).

Guest speaker/Conférencière invitée :

  • City of Gold:  A Journey to the Klondike Gold Rush Through Film, Photographs, Narrator, and Music. 10 February, 2010. Institute of Canadian Studies (University of Ottawa).

Workshops/Ateliers :

  • Participant at the Interdisciplinary Working Group on Canadian Music, 24 to 28 August, 2009 (University of Toronto).
  • Participant at the Music Theory Pedagogy Workshop, 10 to 15 June, 2007 (University of Massachusetts, Amherst).