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LATITUD 35º SUR PROJECT

In parallel with the 9th WORLD SYMPOSIUM ON CHORAL MUSIC
International Federation of Choral Music (IFCC)
PUERTO MADRYN, CHUBUT – Patagonia Argentina – 3rd to 7th August, 2011

MUSICAL HERITAGE, CREATION, AND RESEARCH
 AFRICA – AMERICAS – AUSTRALASIA

Latitude 35° South is a space for creation and multidisciplinary research in which there converge musical creation, instrumental practice, native lutherie (including the manufacture of instruments no longer in use) along with iconography (mask manufacturing and mise-en-scene).

The main objectives of this project are:

Latitude 35 Degrees South was inaugurated in the month of February 2010 in Kerikeri, New Zealand, during the celebration of the Bay of Islands Festival in the ancient Maori Region. Concerts, round-tables, and workshops were held as well as artistic meetings with the Maori Communities of the Northlands.

The second event was held in June 2010 in the ancient Zulu Kingdom in South Africa. Several concerts as well as an academic Conference with scholars from different institutions were organised at the campus of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, in Durban.

The third event will take place in August 2011 along the 9th World Symposium on Choral Music in Puerto Madryn, nowadays Province of Chubut (ancient Mapuche Region), Argentina. There will be concerts, lectures as well as workshops. The active participation of the Mapuche Community will be central to this event.

Furthermore, the Festival will go alongside the Meeting of Delegations from the countries members in the Music Council of the Three Americas as well as the one of the Net of Musical Research and Creation of the Americas (RICMA). In the past, Meetings of the Net RICMA (whose members belong to higher Music Education Institutions across the Americas and Europe) were held in Chile, Bolivia, Brazil and Argentina.

 


NETWORK FOR RESEARCH AND MUSICAL CREATION IN THE AMERICAS

The creation of the RICMA Net took place in Santiago de Chile at a meeting organized by the Foreign Relations Ministry of France in 2005. Its founder members were the Paris Conservatory (France), the Catholic University of Chile, the State University of Campinas (Brasil), the National University at Tres de Febrero (Argentina), the National Conservatory of Lima (Perú), the Institute of Higher Education (Paraguay), the National Conservatory of Ecuador, the University Loyola of La Paz (Bolivia) and the Lille University (France).

 

The main axis of RICMA are:

  1. The creation of new academic musical curriculas enrooted socially and culturally in the reality of the Americas.
  2. The domains of Ethnomusicology, interpretation, composition and new technologies as major fields of action in order to build a cooperational Project throughout the Continent.
  3. The development of a new profile of musicians for the upcoming times.
  4. The empowerment of the local, regional and international cultural policies towards music.
  5. The building of Research Centers on Traditional native instruments of the Continent.

This ongoing work has already given birth to several Meetings that have taken place at the Titicaca Lake, La Paz y Tiahuanaco (Bolivia), Santiago (Chile), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Campinas (Brazil), with the participation of composers, instrumentalists and theoreticians from the Americas, Australasia, Africa and Europe.
The Net has given rise, among others, to the creation of the first international Music Program of the Foreign Relations Ministry of France and Latinamerica (PREFALC). This Project is titled “Research, Creation and musical Patrimonie in Latinamerica” joins the efforts of the Postgraduate Departments of the Paris Conservatory, the Lille University in France, the National Music Center of Chile, the University of Chile, the State University of Campinas in Brazil and the National University at Tres de Febrero of Argentina.


ORGANIZATION:

- UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE TRES DE FEBRERO (UnTreF)
- RICMA – NET OF MUSICAL RESEARCH AND CREATION IN THE AMERICAS
- CIC FOUNDATION

WORKING PROJECT

DATE / TIME

ACTIVITY

Wednesday
03/08/2011
Midday
20:00

 

- Arrive to Puerto Madryn

- Opening Concert WSCM9

Thursday 04/08/2011
7 to 8:3o

 

Afternoon / Evening

20:00

 

Opening Latitud 35º Sur,
N´GUILLATUN DE BIENVENIDA (Welcoming Aboriginal Ceremony)
A cargo de la Comunidad FOTUM MAPU (Indian Community)

Seminaries, Workshops, Conferences

WSCM9 GALA CONCERT

Friday 05/08/2011
Morning
And
Afternoon

20:00:

 

Seminaries, Workshops Conferences

Idem

Artists: Connected CONCERT in surrounding Cities
Individual Delegates: WSCM9 Gala Concert

Saturday 06/08/2011
Morning

13:00

15:00

20:00

 

Seminaries, Workshops conferences

“ANTARA” WSCM9 Midday Concert

MEETING: RICMA

WSCM7 - Gala Concert

Sunday 07/08/2011
16:00 Hs.

 

 

CLOSING CONCERT in PUERTO MADRYN
Orquesta de Instrumentos Autóctonos y Nuevas Tecnologías UnTreF
Conductor: Alejandro Iglesias Rossi
Connection with COMTA Conference  

Monday 08/08/2011

OPTIONAL
Visit to Peninsula de Valdés

CONTACT Information:

RICMA: ALEJANDRO IGLESIAS ROSSI airossi@untref.edu.ar
CIC Foundation: Florencia Garavano Puw info@wscm9.com




INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COUNCIL (IMC – UNESCO)
CONSEJO DE LA MUSICA DE LAS TRES AMÉRICAS (COMTA)
CONSEJO ARGENTINO DE LA MÚSICA (CAMU)

COMTA CONFERENCE IN PARALELL with the
9th WORLD SYMPOSIUM ON CHORAL MUSIC (WSCM9)  
INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR CHORAL MUSIC (IFCM)
Organized by CIC FOUNTATION

PLACE AND DATE OF THE CONFERENCE
PUERTO MADRYN (Chubut – Patagonia Argentina)
Sunday 7TH to Wednesday 10TH August, 2011

ITEMS TO DEVELOP:


PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES

SUNDAY 7TH AUGUST 2011:

9:00 to 19:00              Reception

16:00                           Closing Concert - Project Latitud 35º S
Orquesta de Instrumentos Autóctonos de la
Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero (AR)
Conductor: Alejandro Iglesias Rossi
OPTIONAL:
20:00                           WSCM9 Extraordinary Concert Rock/Pop Vocal
The Real Group (SE)

Monday 8th August, 2011:

9:00                             Conference Official Opening

10:45                           Start Theme “Music and Education”
to 12:00                      WSCM9 - Round Table Nº 3
Educative Choral Projects – Coordinator Néstor Andrenacci (AR)

13:00 to 14:00            WSCM9 Midday Concerts (See WS9 General Program)

15:00                           Start Theme “Music and Social Integration”
to 16:15 Hs.                WSCM9 – Round Table Nº 4
Choirs for Social integration – Coordinator Diego Lenger (AR)

17:00                          WSCM9 – Open Singing
to 18:00                      Conductors: Josep Prats (ES) y Michael Ghol (CH)
Pilot Choir: Cantoría de la Merced - Córdoba (AR) Cond. Santiago Ruiz

20:00                          WSCM9 – Gala Concert (See WS9 Program)

22:00                           Social Activities: “The Dancing Penguin” (See WS9 Program)

TUESDAY 9th August, 2011:

9:00                             COMTA CONFERENCE – Working and Discussion Groups
to 12:00                      A) Theme: “Music and Education”
B) Theme: “Music and Social Integration”

13:00 to 14:00            WSCM9 Midday Concerts (See WS9 General Program)

15:00 to 16:45             Working and Discussion Groups

17:00                          WSCM9 – Open Singing
to 18:00                      Conductors: Josep Prats (ES) y Michael Ghol (CH)
Pilot Choir: Cantoría de la Merced - Córdoba (AR) Cond. Santiago Ruiz

20:00                          WSCM9 – Gala Concert (See WS9 Program)

22:00                           Social Activities: “The Dancing Penguin” (See WS9 Program)

Wednesday 10th August, 2011:

9:00                             Presentation of Working Groups

10:45                           WSCM9 Official Program
PRESENTATION of IMC, COMTA and CAMU

13:00 to 14:00            WSCM9 Midday Concerts (See WS9 General Program)

15:00                           COMTA ASSEMBLY 

17:00                          WSCM9 – Open Singing
to 18:00                      Conductors: Josep Prats (ES) y Michael Ghol (CH)
Pilot Choir: Cantoría de la Merced - Córdoba (AR) Cond. Santiago Ruiz

20:00                          Closing Ceremony WSCM9 – Gala Concert (See WS9 Program)

22:00                           Social Activities: “The Dancing Penguin” (See WS9 Program)

Participation Fee for Individual Delegates: € 150,- (One hundred and fifty Euros)

+ Participation Fee Includes:

NOT INCLUDED: WSCM9 Extraordinary Concert Sunday 7th August – The Real Group (SE) - 20:00

The delegates will provides their own Transportation, Accommodation and Meals

ORGANZED by CIC FOUNDATION and CAMU
Application: e-mail: info@wscm9.com