U okviru bilateralnog projekta Izazovi i perspektive informatizacije, digitalizacije i diseminacije arhivskih zbirki slovenskih i bosanskih istraživača održat će se predavanja:
Panpipes in Slovenian traditional music – predavač dr. Drago Kunej
Kinetography Laban and Slovenian Ethnochoreology – predavačica dr. Rebeka Kunej
Predavanja će se održati u utorak 16.11.2021. sa početkom u 10,00, soba br. 2.
Studenti Odsjeka za muzikologiju i etnomuzikologiju su obavezni da prisustvuju predavanju.
Drago Kunej, PhD, head of the Sound Archives at the Institute of Ethnomusicology ZRC SAZU and an assistant professor at the Academy of Music and at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. He researches the history of sound recordings and early ethnomusicological sound documents in Slovenia, recordings as a source for ethnomusicology research, traditional musical instruments, folk dance ensembles and migrant music. As an active amateur musician, he focuses primarily on the presentation and revival of Slovenian folk music, both through performance on various folk instruments and as the author of arrangements for various instrumental and vocal ensembles.
Rebeka Kunej, PhD, assistant professor, research associate at the Institute of Ethnomusicology ZRC SAZU in Ljubljana, and lecturer at the Academy of Music, University of Ljubljana. Through studies of traditional dance and dancing, she examines the history of folk dance ensembles and folklore festivals in Slovenia, dance music on 78rpm records as a source of ethnochoreological research, ethno-identity dance practices in post-1991 Slovenia, and dance as identity symbol of migrants. In her research and pedagogical work, she encounters the use of the Kinetography Laban notation system, which she first came across in her youth when she participated in an amateur folk dance ensemble.