Art in Motion 2012
Friday, May 18, 2012
CARL ORFF AUDITORIUM, LUISENSTRASSE 37a
08:30 – Registration, Coffee & Tea
09:00 – MUSICAL INTRODUCTION & WELCOME
Siegfried Mauser, President, University of Music & Performing Arts Munich, Germany.
Ingolf Turban, Professor of Violin and Adina Mornell, Symposium Organizer, Professor of Instrumental & Vocal Pedagogy, both: University of Music & Performing Arts Munich, Germany.
09:30 – Keynote: Ralf T. Krampe, University of Leuven, Belgium: Musical Expertise: Mechanisms of Motor Control and Their Neural Basis.
10:45 – Coffee & Tea
10:55 – Gary McPherson, University of Melbourne, Australia: Expanding the Boundaries of Musical Development: How Sensitive Periods and Cognitive Strategies Facilitate Memory, Motor Skills and the Development of Expertise.
11:55 – Jürgen Beckmann, Department of Sport and Health Science, Technical University Munich, Germany: Maintaining Motivation for Practice.
12:30 – Lunch Break
13:15 – Workshop I: Wolfram Winkel, University of Music & Performing Arts Munich: Five over Three: Developing Polyrhythms and Independence.
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14:00 – Marianne de Laet, Harvey Mudd College, CA, USA: Anthropological Musings on Musical Motivation.
15:00 – Victor Candia, ETH Zurich, Switzerland: Practicing to Fail: Effectively Blocking Motor Memories and Experts' Output by Means of Conscious Motor Control and Sustained Stage Avoidance.
15:50 – Coffee & Tea Break
16:00 – Richard A. Schmidt, Human Performance Research, Los Angeles, USA: Information Feedback for Motor Learning.
17:00 – Bettina Bläsing, CITEC, Bielefeld University, Germany: Dance Meets Science: What Do We Mean When We Talk About Research?
18:00 – Adjourn for Dinner
19:30 – SPECIAL EVENT: Symphony in Motion. Art in Motion Performance
Saturday, May 19, 2012
08:30 – Workshop II: Anke-Maria Klein, Clinic for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, LMU & Anna Ressel, Bavarian State Ballet, Munich, Germany: Choreographic Art in Motion.
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09:15 – Musical Interlude
09:30 – Tino Stöckel, Sport & Exercise Psychology Unit, University of Rostock, Germany: Lateralization and Motor Learning: Implications of the Hemispheric Specialization Model on Bilateral Skill Training.
10:30 – Josef Ilmberger, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, LMU Hospital, Munich, Germany: From Heartbeat to Postural Control: Stability is Not a State but a Process.
11:20 – Coffee & Tea Break
11:30 – Andreas C. Lehmann, University of Music Würzburg, Germany: Pianists' Memorizing Abilities and Strategies.
12:30 – Lunch Break
13:30 – Workshop III: Adrian Cox, University of Music & Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria: Feldenkrais: Awareness Through Movement Lesson.
13:30 – Workshop IV: Andreas de Bruin, University of Applied Sciences, Munich: Musicosophia. A Method of Consciously Listening to Classical Music.
14:00 – Poster SessionCARL ORFF AUDITORIUM
15:00 – Joachim Hermsdörfer, Department of Sport and Health Science, Technical University Munich: When Everyday Motor Planning Goes Wrong: Impaired Tool Use Following Brain Damage.
15:50 – Short Intermission
16:00 – Roseanne Rosenthal, Vandercook College of Music, Chicago, USA: What Can Be Learned When Instrumentalists 'Think Out Loud' During Practice?: A Motor Learning Perspective.
17:00 – Denise Beckmann, Chiemseeblick, Clinic for Psychosomatics, Germany: Coaching the Parents of Talents.
17:45 – Final Remarks, Musical Finale (End approx. 18:00)
20:00 – Fireside Chat (Open End): Location to be announced
Workshop I : Wolfram Winkel, University of Music & Performing Arts Munich:
Five Over Three: Developing Polyrhthms & Independence
Workshop II : Anke-Maria Klein, Clinic for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, LMU & Anna Ressel, Bavarian State Ballet, Munich, Germany:
Choreographic Art in Motion
Workshop III : Adrian Cox, University of Music & Performing Arts Vienna, Austria:
Feldenkrais: Awareness through Movement Lesson
Workshop IV : Andreas de Bruin, University of Applied Sciences, Munich - Musicosophia:
A Method of Consciously Listening to Classical Music