Sound of Stockholm

Sanne Krogh Groth (Speaker)

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in workshop, seminar, course

Description

My talk was one session out of three under the following description: Music criticism of the future – a lecture series on art music in the public sphere The Magazine Nutida Musik presents a series of lectures where Swedish and international critics in the areas of art music and sound art give their perspectives on what art music criticism is, can be, and what relevance it has to the public sphere. How is art music and sound art received? What importance and role does criticism have for new live music? How does art music criticism relate to criticism of other art forms as well as that of literature, art, and theatre? What can the different forms of criticism learn from one another? 5/11 1 pm and 2 pm, Studio 3, Kulturhuset 1 pm: Andreas Engström, editor of Nutida Musik, Berlin and Stockholm: “The art music critic – who does what no one else does, but others should” 2 pm: Björn Gottstein, writer, curator and editor at SWR, Stuttgart: “Music criticism – how debates gain momentum and develop beyond the domains of art music” 6/11 3.30 pm, Studio 3, Kulturhuset Hild Borchgrevink, music critic of Dagsavisen and editor at Scenekunst.no, Oslo: “The Music critic as Theatre critic” 9/11 3.30 pm, Studio 3, Kulturhuset Sanne Krogh Groth, adjunct in Performance Design and editor for seismograf.org, Köpenhamn: “The art music critic in a Nordic context” Presenter: Nutida Musik
Period9 Nov 2013
Event typeSeminar
LocationStockholm, Sweden