Masterclasses

  • Masterclass with Bettina Smith at the Academy of Music, Konsertsalen, 22/11/2023
  •  Digital masterclass with Anne-Lise Sollied at the Academy of Music, Konsertsalen 23/11/2023
  • Women’s Voices in Jazz (led by Francien van Tuinen), Groningen, 01/12/2022
  • Women Composers in Classical Music (led by Bettina Smith, Lena Haselmann, and Friederike Wildschütz), Groningen, 01/12/2022
  • Masterclasses (led by Bettina Smith, Friederikke Wildschütz, Anne-Liese Sollied, Lena Haselmann), Stavanger, 23/06/2022

Concerts

RESCAPES

Workshops

  • Creating a concert program, RESCAPE, Groningen, 01/12/2022
  • Writing a letter to my future self, RESCAPE, Stavanger, 23/06/2022

Lectures

  • Meling, Lise Karin: Decolonizing Higher Education: Rationales and Implementations from the Subject of Music History, 22.11.2023, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
  • McGee, Kristin: Women and Gender Expansive Jazz Artists find their Voice in Digital Platforms, 22.11.2023, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
  • Broomans, Petra: A meta-historical reading of Pauline Viardot’s image in Orland Figes’ The Europeans: three lives and the making of a cosmopolitan culture (2019), 22.11.2023, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
  • Mittner, Lilli & Maren Bagge: How (and why) to find unknown repertoire?, 22.11.2023, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
  • Meling, Lise Karin: Students as Agents of Change: Explorative Perspectives in the transmitting of Histories of Music, Konferansen MiU 2023 – Utfordringer og muligheter innen musikk og utdanning, 26.-27. oktober 2023, Dronning Mauds Minne Høgskolen, Trondheim
  • Haselmann, Lena: „Von beißender Kälte, Berliner Kompositionen und „blondem“ Klavierspiel“ Liedschaffen norwegischer Komponistinnen im 19. Jahrhundert.  XXXII. Jahreskongress des Bundesverband deutscher Gesangspädagogen, 30. April 2022 Hochschule Osnabrück, Institut für Musik

Conferences and Multiplier events

Outreach

Publications

  • Leidinger, Nora and Kristin McGee. 2023.  “Breaking Boundaries in Festival Programming: Gendered and Cultural Transformations at the JazzFest Berlin.” Special issue of Popular Music History 15.2.
  • McGee, Kristin and Nora Leidinger. 2023. “Disassembling the Gendered Archetype of the Male Jazz Impresario in the United States.” Special issue of Popular Music History. 15.2.
  • Meling, L. K., Fadnes, P. F. & Mittner, L. (2023). Decolonizing Higher Education: Rationales and Implementations from the Subject of Music History. In O. B. Øien, S. S. Kolaas, M. F. Duch & E. Angelo (Eds.), MusPed:Research: Vol. 6. Explorative Perspectives in Music and Education (Chap. 8, pp. 171–198). Cappelen Damm Akademisk. https://doi.org/10.23865/noasp.200.ch8
  • Mittner, L., Meling, L. K., & Maxwell, K. (2023). Arts-based pathways for sustainable transformation towards a more equal world. Nordic Journal of Art & Research, 12(2), Article 2. https://doi.org/10.7577/ar.5159
  • Maxwell, K., & Eskeland, J. (in print). Practising what we preach: Elise Hall and a more diverse saxophone performance curriculum. In K. Bertels & A. Honnold (Eds.), Contemporary Perspectives on the Legacy of Elise Hall (1853–1924)
  • Mittner, Lilli, Lise Meling, Janke Klok, and Bettina Smith. 2022. “Knowledge Base for the ERASMUS+ Project Voices of Women (VOW).” Septentrio Reports, no. 1 (November). https://doi.org/10.7557/7.6569
  • McGee, Kristn. 2022. “Gendered Interventions in European Jazz Festival Programming: Keychanges, Stars, and Alternative Networks.” In J. Reddan, M. Herzig, and M. Kahr (eds.), Routledge Companion to Jazz and Gender Routledge.