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Music and Environment: Place, Context, Conjuncture--IASPM-Canada Annual Conference, Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Montreal, June 16-19 2011<br><br>Musique et environnement: lieu, contexte et conjoncture--Conférence annuelle de la section canadienne de l'IASPM, École de musique Schulich, Université McGill, Montréal, du 16 au 19 juin 2011 :: Photos

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Registration with Hélène Laurin.

 

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Andra McCartney and Owen Chapman waiting to register.

 

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Conference attendees filing in - Caitlin Loney waves 'Hi.'

 

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Will Straw says he attended his first IASPM conference about 30 years ago.

 

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Line Grenier greets conference goers.

 

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Andrew Mark's presentation, "CoHearing Ecomusicology: Placing Music Research within the Academy of Environmental Studies and the Environmental Movement."

 

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Christopher Driver's presentation, "In the Pit: Unraveling the Economy of a Hard-Core Place Event."

 

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Owen Chapman opens our Friday night event.

 

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Michael Drews performs at Il Motore on Friday night.  His piece "Noir" seeks to draw out that which might be hidden beneath the surface.

 

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From Michael Drews' "Noir."

 

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The crowd at Il Motore.

 

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Sam Thulin introduces a short clip from his piece "From There to Hear: Placing Mobile Music."

 

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A scene from Andra McCartney's experimental audio/video piece which is based on LIz Miller's documentary "The Water Front."

 

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Randolph Jordan's piece captures a sense of place through sounds.  This piece is based on a walk through NYC with his newborn.

 

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Randolph Jordan's work.

 

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Owen Chapman and Rae Staseson's Conversation with a Sunflower."

 

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DJ Claire begins her set with one of her favourite tracks, "Bird, Lake, Object" by Jan Jelnek and Fujita.

 

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Conference attendees.

 

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Sam Thulin and The Wilderness.

 

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Il Motore.

 

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Owen Chapman performs a solo piece.  Clara Furey watches from stage left.

 

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Clara Furey, Tomas Furey and Owen Chapman perform.