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Author: Lukas Pairon

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Lukas Pairon is in this podcast interviewing researchers and practitioners (musicians as well as social and community workers) who are active in social music projects, as well as telling about his personal experiences, ideas and involvement in applied ethnomusicological research on the possible social impacts of music-making. The SIMM-podcast is launched during the February-March 2021 fifth international SIMM-posium (see: www.simm-platform.eu/planning/simm-posium-5) and is during that period broadcast on a weekly basis. From March 2021 on the SIMM-podcast will be broadcast once or twice every month. Lukas Pairon is founding director of the international research platform SIMM (on Social Impacts of Music-Making). Info: www.simm-platform.eu.
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SIMM-podcast #1

SIMM-podcast #1

2020-12-2820:09

In this 1st SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon interview the 5th annual SIMM-posium 12th January 2021 keynote-speaker Geoffrey Baker (00:26->12:49) as well as interview SIMM-president John Sloboda (12:53->18:23). The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting major research in the field of music in social and community work, presented by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid19-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Info: www.simm-platform.eu   Contact: info@simm-platform.eu 
SIMM-podcast #2

SIMM-podcast #2

2021-01-1033:14

In this 2nd episode of the SIMM-podcast we hear Lukas Pairon interview An De Bisschop  (00:58->15:14).  She will on 19th January 2021 be chairing the 1st session of the 5th annual SIMM-posium, presenting research on the role musicians can play in social and community music programs. In this podcast episode we reflect on what musicians can expect from participating as trainers in such projects, and what their needs are in terms of training and accompaniment. Lukas Pairon also interviews musicians Mattias Laga (15:15->22:13) of De Ledebirds (BE) and US-based André de Quadros (22:15->31:50). Both are as musicians active practitioners in this field, and also keenly interested in the development of SIMM-research. The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting major research in the field of music in social and community work, presented by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid19-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Info: www.simm-platform.eu  Referenced during this podcast-episode: Common Ground Voices, Conducting 21C, DEMOS (F), Paulo Freire, De Ledebirds, The Ostend Street Orkestra, Mariusz Radwanski Contact: info@simm-platform.eu 
SIMM-podcast #3

SIMM-podcast #3

2021-01-1735:55

In this 3rd SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon interview John Speyer (00:47->12:32) of the UK-based Music in Detention (soon to change its name into Here Me Out) and Mary Cohen (15:30->33:53) from Iowa University.  John Speyer is practitioner and Mary Cohen practitioner-researcher. They will during the 5th annual SIMM-posium both chair sessions in which research will be presented on music in detention contexts (John Speyer on 26th January, and Mary Cohen on 2nd February 2021). During this podcast episode we reflect with them on questions which they hope to be able to discuss with the researchers and practitioners during the SIMM-posium. Lukas Pairon also interviews musician André de Quadros (12:35->15:29) about his experience working in prisons in the US.  The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting research in the field of music in social and community work by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid19-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Info: www.simm-platform.eu. Referenced during this podcast-episode: Gregory Bateson, Augusto Boal, Common Ground Voices, André de Quadros, Incarceration Nations Network, ISME 2020 Helsinki, Ashley Lucas, Music In Detention (new name: Here Me Out, UK), Oakdale Community Choir (US), Mariusz Radwanski,  Christopher Small and Bryan Stevenson.  Contact: info@simm-platform.eu 
SIMM-podcast #4

SIMM-podcast #4

2021-01-3123:20

In this 4th SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon interview John Sloboda (03:35->12:45) of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama (London, UK) and Brydie Bartleet (12:48->21:52) from Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre (Griffith University, Brisbane, AU).  John Sloboda is founding president of the research-platform SIMM, and Brydie Bartleet is from 2021 on SIMM’s president. During the 5th annual SIMM-posium both chair sessions in which research is presented on intercultural social and community music projects (John Sloboda on 9th February, and Brydie Bartleet on 16th February 2021). During this podcast episode we reflect with them on questions which they hope to be able to discuss with the researchers and practitioners during the SIMM-posium.   The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting research in the field of music in social and community work by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid19-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Info: www.simm-platform.eu. Referenced during this podcast-episode: Barenboim-Said Akademie, 2020 Compendium Music as a Global Resource, Arturo Escobar (Designs for the Pluriverse), Guildhall School SIMM-PhD, Musicae Scientiae, Music Fund, Mariusz Radwanski, Wind-up Pinguin (Guildhall) Contact: info@simm-platform.eu 
SIMM-podcast #5

SIMM-podcast #5

2021-02-1355:15

In this 5th SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon discuss with Graça Mota from Portugal (00:53-17:50), Khamis Abu Shaaban from Gaza (17:50-26:43), Cathy Milliken from Australia (26:45-40:02), and Bart Maris from Belgium (40:05-54:14), about what motivates musicians to want to engage themselves in social and community music projects. This subject is also discussed during the session of the Brussels SIMM-posium on Tuesday 23rd February 2021.The 5th yearly SIMM-posium is presenting research in the field of music in social and community work by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Referenced during this podcast-episode: CIPEM (Porto), Edward Said Music Conservatory of Gaza, Gaza Grand Piano, International Ensemble Modern Academy (IEMA), Nawa, Qattan Foundation, Mariusz Radwanski, 5th SIMM-posium,  Christopher Small on musicking, Think of One, UNRWA (Gaza), Watar Band (Gaza)Contact: info@simm-platform.eu / www.simm-platform.eu
SIMM-podcast #6

SIMM-podcast #6

2021-02-2527:09

In this 6th SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon discuss with Brazilian Samuel Araujo about the practice of - and research on - social and community music projects in his country and in Latin America. This is one of several podcast episodes introducing a major theme during the ongoing 5th annual SIMM-posium: SIMM-practice and research in the Global South.The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting research in the field of music in social and community work by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Info: www.simm-platform.eu.Referenced during this podcast-episode: Geoffrey Baker, José Jorge de Carvalho, Meeting of Knowledges, Meeting of Knowledges & musicology, Musicultura, Sylvia Antonia Nannyonga-Tamusuza, 5th SIMM-posium, Sistema VenezuelaContact: info@simm-platform.eu
SIMM-podcast #7

SIMM-podcast #7

2021-03-0432:53

In this 7th SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon discuss with Maria Majno from Italy (00:42->15:58) and Gillian Howell from Australia (16:01->31:30) about the practice of - and research on - social and community music projects in the Global South. This is one of several podcast episodes introducing a major theme during the ongoing 5th annual SIMM-posium. The 5th SIMM-posium is presenting research in the field of music in social and community work by scholars from all over the world. It was planned to take place in December 2020 at the Brussels based centre for the arts BOZAR, but because of the covid-pandemic it was reformatted as a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays, from January 12th on until March 9th 2021. Info: www.simm-platform.eu.Referenced during this podcast-episode: 2020 Compendium Music as a Global Resource, Global Leaders, Loris Malaguzzi Centre, Mariusz Radwanski, (Silent) Voices Workshop, 5th SIMM-posium, Sistema Global, systemic leadership Contact: info@simm-platform.eu
SIMM-podcast #8

SIMM-podcast #8

2021-03-0533:20

In this 8th SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon interview 3 scholars from the Southern hemisphere: Juan Sebastian Rojas (01:31->14:27) and Natalia Puerta Gordillo (14:28->23:33) from Colombia, and Tinashe Mutero (23:35->32:12) from Zimbabwe. They discuss about research on social and community music projects in the Global South, research developed by local scholars as well as by researchers from the Global North. All three scholars attended one of the 4-day SIMM-seminars organised to allow small groups of scholars to share their research experiences and methodologies, and thereby developing an international research network in this field. Hearing them makes one wonder whether we shouldn’t stop thinking of our world as composed of only 2 blocks (North and South), and instead let ourselves inspired by Arturo Escobar’s recent presentation of our world as multiversal, composed of a multiversity of realities and perspectives.Referenced during this podcast-episode: Geoffrey Baker, Bogotá Philharmonic Orchestra, Children Performing Arts Workshop (CHIPAWO), Dzikwa Trust (Zimbabwe), Arturo Escobar, Orlando Fals Borda, Paulo Freire, Guildhall School of Music, Inkululeko Yabatsha School of Arts (IYASA), international comparative SIMM study, Mariusz Radwanski, Music Crossroads Zimbabwe, Red Musica Medellin, SEMPRE, 5th SIMM-posium, Sistema Global, Gloria Patricia Zapata Restrepocontact: info@simm-platform.eu / www.simm-platform.eu 
SIMM-podcast #9

SIMM-podcast #9

2021-04-2101:15:45

In this 9th SIMM-podcast episode we hear Lukas Pairon interview musicians Inês Lamela (01:05-30:23), Dirk Proost (30:25-38:24), Filip Verneert (38:25-48:27) and Sarah Thery (48:30-74:58) about what motivates them to want to engage themselves in social and community music projects, and also about how they prepare themselves for this type of work. These musicians are 4 very different personalities, from different countries and musical worlds. But listening to them during this somewhat longer episode of the SIMM-podcast, you will find that they are not that different in terms of what concerns them most.  -----Two previous episodes of the SIMM-podcast already treated questions in relation to this topic: In the 2nd and 5th episode we interviewed An De Bisschop (scholar, University College Ghent), Mattias Laga (musician, De Ledebirds, Ghent) and André de Quadros (musician, USA), and in the 5th episode we interviewed Graça Mota (scholar, CIPEM, Porto), Khamis Abu Shaaban (musician, Edward Said Music Conservatory, Gaza), Cathy Milliken (composer, Australia) and Bart Maris (musician, Ghent). The subject was also discussed during two sessions of the 5th SIMM-posium we organised with the Brussels-based Bozar (sessions of 19.01.21 and  23.02.21 - recordings can be found here).  And this year’s 3rd SIMM-seminar at the Royaumont Foundation (30.10-01.11.21) as well as the 6th SIMM-posium at the Philharmonie de Paris (3-4.11.21) will also very much focus on this topic. Referenced during this podcast-episode are: Aix-en-Provence Festival training for outreach skills, Casa da Musica Porto, Ethno Flanders, Equinox, Laurent Gaudé, IN/OUT Escape through Art, Jazz&mo', Bart Maris, Collectif La Meute, Musicae Scientiae special SIMM issue, The Ostend Street Orchestra, Claire Pasquier, Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, Mariusz Radwanski, Université Lille (Master Art & Social Responsibility), Mark Witherscontact: info@simm-platform.eu / www.simm-platform.eu
SIMM-podcast #10

SIMM-podcast #10

2021-06-0755:12

In this 10th SIMM-podcast episode Lukas Pairon interviews Inês Lamela (01:54->13:33) and Graça Mota (13:35->28:29) from Portugal, Aine Mangaoang (28:31->43:09) from Ireland who is now living and working in Norway, and Ailbhe Kenny (43:11->54:23) from Ireland. We discuss with them about research on music programmes in detention.One previous episode of the SIMM-podcast already treated these topics: In the 3rd episode we interviewed John Speyer, Mary Cohen and André de Quadros. This subject was also discussed during two sessions at the 5th SIMM-posium with the Brussels-based Bozar (on 26th January and on 2nd February 2021) of which recordings can be found on the website of SIMM.  The reason why we propose another podcast-episode on this topic is this: During this year’s 4th SIMM-seminar from 6 to 9th December at the Porto University College CIPEM, we will during 4 days bring together a small group of up to 20 scholars doing research on music programmes in detention. Experienced facilitators will allow the participants to share their research experiences, ideas and methodologies. 3 of those facilitators are being interviewed during this podcast episode: Graça Mota, Ines Lamela and Ailbhe Kenny. Referenced during this podcast-episode: Casa da Musica Porto, CIPEM, Mary Cohen, SIMM-issue of Musicae Scientiae, SIMM-seminar #4 Porto, Mariusz Radwanski, Rite of Spring in Portuguese Prisoncontact: info@simm-platform.eu / www.simm-platform.eu
SIMM-podcast #11

SIMM-podcast #11

2021-07-2132:30

This 11th SIMM-podcast episode is presenting the French social music programme DEMOS, an initiative launched by the Philharmonie de Paris in 2010. We hear Lukas Pairon interview co-founder and director Gilles Delebarre (03:11->18:38) as well as research coordinator Indiana Wollman (18:40->31:06). The Philharmonie de Paris and its social music programme DEMOS will be hosting the 6th international SIMM-posium on 2nd and 3rd November 2021.  The programme of this year’s SIMM-posium will soon be published on the websites of SIMM, the Philharmonie de Paris and our partner the Fondation Royaumont.DEMOS is in its 11th year. It offers young children instruments and music lessons for free. Launched by the Philharmonie de Paris in 2010, DEMOS has spread all over France and French territories, now involving more than 6000 kids. More and more fine musicians are interested to involve themselves in educational and social work. Also at the Philharmonie de Paris. At first the aim of DEMOS was to make classical music accessible to children who would not otherwise have come in touch with it. DEMOS is aimed at children from 8 to 12 years old. They get about 4 hours music training a week. During their 3 years of training, the kids are always experiencing music in group situations. These music programmes are proposed to kids who live in lower income neighbourhoods. But these neighbourhoods are socially mixed. For DEMOS the composition of the groups is of great importance: they make sure the groups are socially mixed. Some kids may have social and financial challenges, while others have fewer difficulties. The aim is to enhance the ability to look at others positively. The short music extracts you will hear during this episode were recorded of different DEMOS-orchestras during their end of season concerts last month at the Philharmonie de Paris.Referenced during this podcast-episode: DEMOS, DEMOS publications, Fondation Royaumont, Philharmonie de Paris, Mariusz Radwanskicontact: info@simm-platform.eu / www.simm-platform.eu
SIMM-podcast #12

SIMM-podcast #12

2021-08-1601:04:54

This 12th SIMM-podcast episode is presenting interviews with Australian composer-musician-scholar Cathy Milliken (00:51->26:50), German musician-scholar Sean Prieske (26:52->46:42) and American teacher-musician-scholar Frank Heuser (46:45->63:57).  We hear Lukas Pairon interview them about the impact of the groups of participants in social and community music programmes often being   pluriversally composed.The short music extracts you will hear are recordings of the different programmes being discussed and presented during this episode of the podcast.Referenced during this podcast-episode: Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Ensemble Modern, German Red Cross, Mit Einander Durch Musik, Music Fund, North Parc Academy of the Arts, Ode for All (Istanbul), Mariusz Radwanski, Stadtlied Hamburg, Ron Wakefield.contact: info@simm-platform.eu / www.simm-platform.eu
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