Organizing Committee 1st IIMC


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE


“Psaltiki (Psaltik Art) as an Autonomous Science: Scientific Brances – Related Scientific Fields – Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Interaction.”

 

(Chairman) Konstantinos  Charil. Karagounis, Theologist, Doctor of Byzantine Musicology, assistant Professor of “Byzantine Ecclesiastical Music”,  of the Supreme Ecclesiastical Academy of Athens, Head of the department of Psaltic Art and Musicology of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies

Costis Drygianakis, PhysicistComposer, Writer and Researcher, Post Graduate Student of History, Archaeology and Anthropology Department of the University of Thessaly.

Fr. Gregory Edwards, Cleric of the Metropolis Demetrias and Almyros – Theologist – Doctor of Theology in the subject of the External Mission – Visiting Assistant Professor (Sessional Assistant Professor of Missiology) at the Orthodox Saint Vladimir’s Seminary (New York).

Vasiliki Gousi, Musicologist – Graduate Pianist – Graduate of Byzantine Music Studies – Post-Graduate of Byzantine Musicology of the Pastoral and Social Theology Department of Aristotle University of  Thessaloniki – pre-Graduate Doctor of Byzantine Musicology of the Music Studies Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Eustathios Grammenos, Theologist, Chairman of Volos Chanters’ Association, “Ioannis the Koukouzelis”, second chanter (Lambadarios) at St Nicolas Cathedral of Volos, Professor and choir master of Byzantine Music, as an Institutional Member, after the inspired suggestion  of His Reverence of Demetrias, Ignatios.

Pantelis Kalaitzidis, Doctor of Theology, Head of the department of Psaltic Art and Musicology of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, Professor of Greek open University Studies.

Cristos Kotopoulos, Musicologist, Graduate of Byzantine Music Studies, pre – graduate Doctor of Byzantine Musicology in the department of Music Science and Art of Macedonia University, Educator, Teacher of Music at Volos Music School, Precentor.

Zoi Naoum – Manini, Musician – Graduate of Byzantine Music Studies – Graduate Guitar-Player.

Xanthoula Papapanagiotou, Musicologist, Doctor of Music Teachers’ Training of London University, Educator, Teacher of Music at Volos Music School, School music Advisor for primary and secondary education of Thessaly.

Konstantinos Saitis, Theologist, Post Graduate of Byzantine Musicology and Chanting Art of Pastoral and Social Theology Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – pre–Graduate Doctor of Byzantine Musicology of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Second chanter (Lambadarios) of St Achillios Cathedral of Larissa, Teacher of Byzantine and Traditional Music.

Kerasia Siara, Musicologist – Graduate of the Department of Music Science and Art of the University of Macedonia – Teacher of piano and theory of European Music – Teacher of Music at the Music School of Volos.

 


SECRETARIAT


 

 

Valila Giannoutaki, Secretary of Volos Academy for Theological Studies.

Charilaos C. Karagounis, Student of Department of Popular and Traditional Music of High Technological Educational Institute of Epirus (School of Arts) – Graduate of Byzantine Music Studies.

Panagiotis C. Karagounis, Student of Department of Popular and Traditional Music of High Technological Educational Institute of Epirus (School of Arts) – Graduate of Byzantine Music Studies.

Conference Announcement

2nd International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference

of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology

of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies

June 9 – 11, 2016

Thessaly Conference Centre – Melissiatika, Volos, Greece

Από Χορού και Ομοθυμαδόν

(=all together and in the same mood)

Proceedings and perspectives

of the Interdisciplinary research on Psaltiki

 

The 1st  International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology (Volos Academy for Theological Studies) had the title: «Psaltiki as an autonomous science: Scientific branches – Related Scienftific Fields – Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Interaction» aiming to highlighting a) the necessity for self-determination of the discipline of musicology on the psaltic art; b) the possibilities available for its interdisciplinary approach and c) the possibilities offered by the psaltic art as a tool for the support of other disciplines. Thus, this first Conference approached the study of Psaltiki as an autonomous science, a theoretical background of the interdisciplinarity was laid down and, for the first time, its scientific branches were defined (even if simply as suggestions, for some of them). The most important point was the strong interest expressed for for every kind of interdisciplinary collaboration, to all possible directions of research.

With the 2nd International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference, with the title ΑπόΧορούκαιΟμοθυμαδόν” (=all together and in the same mood), the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies calls for actual, concrete suggestions of interdisciplinary collaboration on and about the Psaltiki, which can be formulated as topics for international research programs (even immediately, in round tables that can take place during the conference) and their realization can be planned for the near future.

As in the previous year, this time the Conference will again be open to all the scientific approaches on the study of Psaltic Art. Thus, since there are no separate thematic categories, there is an invitation to all the scientific disciplines to study the possibility of a correlation of their scientific fields with the Psaltic Art. Theology, Philosophy, Sociology, Anthropology, Philology, History, Law, Psychology, Medicine, Mathematics, Natural Science, Computer Science, Technology and, of course, Musicology; all the sciences are invited to find fields for studies in Psaltic art or topics for interaction with it.

The Conference will take place in the Conference Center of the Holy Metropolis of Demetrias, in Melissiatika, Volos, Greece, between June 9th and 11th, 2016.

Proposals for contribution in the Conference must be submitted to the Organizing Committee, to the e-mail address [email protected], not later than February 12th, 2016. Proposals must include title, abstract (not longer than 300 words) and CV of the speaker (not longer than 200 words). Alternatively, they can be submitted by ordinary post, to the address: Volos Academy of Theological Studies – Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology, P.O.Box 1308, Volos GR-38001 Greece.

Selection of proposals will be announced not later than February 22nd, 2016.

The confirmation of participation, along with the payment of the participation fee, must be not later than March 30th, 2019.

Presentations of individual papers must not be longer than 20 minutes and will be followed by a short 10-minute discussion.

Papers must be presented either in Greek or English language. There will be NO translation. Speakers who choose the Greek language are kindly requested to submit an English translation of their paper as well (or at least an extended summary), not later than June 1st, 2016 (in .doc or .pdf. form), in order to be disseminated to the participants who don’t understand Greek. Translations of English papers into the Greek language are also welcome.

The Conference participation fee is fixed as 120 € per person, and it includes accommodation for two nights (in double bed rooms) in the Olympic Games Hostel of the Municipality of Volos, all meals starting with the dinner of June 9th and ending with the lunch of June 11th, the Conference folder, coffees and cookies for the breaks, and acceptance in all the musical activities that will accompany the Conference, as well as the publication of the Conference proceedings online (in pdf. form, as submitted by the participants). It does NOT include expenses for the case of printed publication of the Conference proceedings. Considering accommodation, there will be some versatility (for participants who wish to stay in a single bed room or who don’t wish to stay in the Olympic Games Hostel) and the relevant details will be announced after the selection of the proposals.

The proceeding of the Conference will be published online in digital format, and for the text formatting there will be concrete instructions right after the selection. THE ORGANISING COMMITTEE IS WILLING TO HAVE THE PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED TILL THE DAYS OF THE CONFERENCE. TO THIS GOAL, IT WILL TAKE THE BEST POSSIBLE CARE TO BE ACCURATE TO THE DATES ANNOUNCED ABOVE.

Forthcoming information on the conference will be uploaded in our sitehttp://www.tomeaspsaltikis.gr

For all questions related to the Conference, you can contact the Department for Psaltic Art and Musicology at the above e-mail [email protected]

We kindly ask you to disseminate this message to everyone possibly interested.

Programme of the 2nd IMIC of the DPsAM

ΤΗΕ PROGRAMME OF THE VOLOS’ MUSICOLOGICAL CONFERENCE


2nd International Musicological and Interdisciplinary Conference

of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology

of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies

June 9 – 11, 2016

Thessaly Conference Centre – Melissiatika, Volos, Greece

“Από Χορού και Ομοθυμαδόν”

(=all together and in the same mood)

Proceedings and perspectives

of the Interdisciplinary research on Psaltiki


Under the aegis of the Holy Metropolis of Demetrias and Almyros

You can find the Programme

H E R E.

Prolongation of the Conference Deadlines 2nd International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference


Prolongation of the Conference Deadlines


2nd International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference

of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology

of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies

“Ἀπὸ Χοροῦ καὶ Ὁμοθυμαδόν

(=all together and in the same mood)

Proceedings and perspectives

of the Interdisciplinary research on Psaltiki

 

 

The Organizing Committee of the 2nd International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference, announces a prolongation of the Conference deadlines.

Thus, the deadline for submitting of proposals (with the submission of abstracts and CV’s) is Monday, February 29, 2016. The proposals can be submitted to the addresses specified in the initial announcement (([email protected]) or directly to the Chairman of the Organizing Committee Konstantinos Karagounis, ([email protected]) by e-mail. THERE WILL BE NO FURTHER PROLONGATION.

The acceptance of proposals will be announced not later than March 6th, 2016. The rest of the deadlines remain as in the initial announcement. The confirmation of participation, along with the payment of the participation fee, must be not later than March 30th, 2019. Presentations of individual papers must not be longer than 20 minutes and will be followed by a short 10-minute discussion. Papers must be presented either in Greek or English language. There will be NO translation. Speakers who choose the Greek language are kindly requested to submit an English translation of their paper as well (or at least an extended summary), not later than June 1st, 2016 (in .doc or .pdf. form), in order to be disseminated to the participants who don’t understand Greek. Alternatively, they may submit their suggestions with an English powerpoint file. Translations of English papers into the Greek language are also welcome. (http://www.tomeaspsaltikis.gr/index.php/en/conf-3/2nd-international-interdisciplinary-conference-on-psaltic-art )

The Honorary Scientific Board of Trustees and the Conference Organizing Committe have been announced οn the respective pages of our website:

(http://www.tomeaspsaltikis.gr/index.php/en/conf-3/2nd-international-interdisciplinary-conference-on-psaltic-art/honorary-scientific-board-of-trustees

and

http://www.tomeaspsaltikis.gr/index.php/en/conf-3/2nd-international-interdisciplinary-conference-on-psaltic-art/organizing-committee ).

The Conference participation fee is fixed as 120 € per person, and it includes accommodation for two nights (in double bed rooms) in the Olympic Games Hostel of the Municipality of Volos, all meals starting with the dinner of June 9th and ending with the lunch of June 11th, movements to and from the Conference center, the hostel and the center of the city of Volos, the Conference folder, coffees and cookies for the breaks, and acceptance in all the musical activities that will accompany the Conference, as well as the publication of the Conference proceedings online (in pdf. form, as submitted by the participants). It does NOT include expenses for the case of printed publication of the Conference proceedings.

Regarding questions of accommodation. It is not obligatory for participants to stay in the Olympic Hostel, if they don’t wish to, neither to participate in the conference boarding. In this case, the Conference fee is subdued, as defined in the relative webpage (http://www.tomeaspsaltikis.gr/index.php/en/conf-3/2nd-international-interdisciplinary-conference-on-psaltic-art/economic-issues ). Participants who don’t wish to make use of the accommodation and boarding facilities can communicate with the Organizing Committee about this.

Participants who wish to share their room with a concrete co-participant, must inform the Organizing Committee in time.

Due to the lack of space, we cannot promise single-bed rooms to all those who will ask for a single-bed room, neither the accommodation of accompanying people. Issues of accommodation in single-bed rooms and of accommodation of accompanying persons will be considered, if there is such a possibility, after March 30th, when the confirmation of Conference participants will have been completed. Of course, we can suggest economic solutions for accommodations in hotels of the city of Volos.

The participation fee for the 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference covers mainly costs of accommodation and boarding. In case that any participant does not wish to use these facilities, he can address the Organizing Committee in order to pay a reduced fee.

Regarding the printed Conference Proceedings

Proceedings of the 2nd Conference (2016) will be officially published digitally on the web (with ISBN code), as it has been done already with the 1st Conference (2014). http://www.tomeaspsaltikis.gr/index.php/en/conf-3/1st-international-interdisciplinary-musicological-conference/proceedings-of-the-1st-musicological-conference ). Specifications for the formatting of the texts for publication will be announced soon.

Printed Proceedings of the 1st Conference (2014) are available for 25,00 E (digital colour print) or 20,00 E(digital b/w print), plus the postal costs, if needed. It is expected that the prices will be the same for the Proceedings of the 2nd (current) Conference, and copies can be pre-ordered.

 

THE ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Economic Issues for the 2nd IMIC


ECONOMIC ISSUES


 

2nd International Musicological and Interdisciplinary Conference

of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology

of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies

 

June 9 – 11, 2016

Thessaly Conference Centre – Melissiatika, Volos, Greece

 

“Ἀπὸ Χοροῦ καὶ Ὁμοθυμαδόν

(=all together and in the same mood)

Proceedings and perspectives of the Interdisciplinary research on Psaltiki

 

 

The participation fee for the 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference covers mainly costs of accommodation and boarding. In case that any participant does not wish to use these facilities, he can address the Organizing Committee in order to pay a reduced fee. There are the following variants:

  

      1. Pariticipation fee (full) including accommodation in two-bed room and full boarding: 120,00 Ε.
      2. Pariticipation fee (full) including accommodation in single-bed room and full boarding: 140,00 Ε.
      3. Partcipation fee without accommodation: 80,00 Ε.
      4. Participation fee including accommodation (two bed room) but not boarding:  80,00 Ε.
      5. Participation fee including accommodation (single bed room) but not boarding: 100,00 Ε.
      6. Participation fee without accommodation and without boarding: 40,00 Ε.
      7. Participation through Skype, including the costs of sending the Conference folder by post: 40,00 Ε.

 

We kindly ask you to:

– Money transfer can be done by deposit to our bank account, which will be send to you by e-mail.

– After transferring the money, please make clear which of the available accommodation/boarding plans fits you. Please mention the Latin numbers used above (i, ii, iv, viii etc)

–  If you wish to order printed volumes of the Proceedings (of the 2014 Conference or of the forthcoming 2016 one), in case you send all money in one transfer, please make clear a) the sum concerning the volumes of the Proceedings, b) for which year Proceedings you are interested and c) the number of copies. ANYWAY, IT WOULD BE MUCH EASIER FOR US IF THE MONEY FOR THE PROCEEDINGS VOLUMES ARE SENT IN A SEPARATE TRANSFER.

 

Regarding the printed Conference Proceedings

Proceedings of the 2nd Conference (2016) will be officially published digitally on the web (with ISBN code), as it has been done already with the 1st Conference (2014). (see http://www.tomeaspsaltikis.gr/index.php/en/conf-3/1st-international-interdisciplinary-musicological-conference/proceedings-of-the-1st-musicological-conference). Specifications for the formatting of the texts for publication will be announced soon.

Printed Proceedings of the 1st Conference (2014) are available for 25,00 E (digital colour print) or 20,00 E(digital b/w print), plus the postal costs, if needed. It is expected that the prices will be the same for the Proceedings of the 2nd (current) Conference, and copies can be pre-ordered.

Honorary Scientific Board of Trustees of the 2nd IMIC


Honorary Scientific Board of Trustees


 

The Organizing Committee of the 2nd International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, proudly announces this years’  Honorary Scientific Committee of the Conference, which consists of three Emeritus Professors of Byzantine Musicology, teachers to a new generation of Greek -thus not only- Byzantine Musicologists, Prof. Gregorios Th. Stathis, Prof. Antonios Alygizakis and Prof. Athanasios Vourlis, as well as Prof. Georgios Kouroupetroglou, to whom the Department of Psaltic Art owes a great deal for his generous offer to attend to the editing and online publication of the 600 pages volume Proceedings of the 1st conference (June 2014), in digital format, as well as the Greek and English text booklet of CV and abstracts of proposals of the particular Conference.

 

 

Honorary Scientific Board of Trustees

 

 

Gregorios Th. Stathis, Emeritus Professor of Byzantine Musicology of the Music Department of the National University of Athens – Director of the Institute of Byzantine Musicology of the Holy Synod of Greece

Antonios Alygizakis, Emeritus Professor of the Department of Music Science and Art of the Macedonian University

Athanasios Vourlis, Emeritus Professor of the Theological School of National University of Athens.

Georgios Kouroupetroglou, Assistant Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Telecommunication of the National University of Athens – Head of the Department of Communication and Signal Elaboration.

 

Organizing Committee of the 2nd IMIC


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE


 

 

2nd International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference

of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology

of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies

 

June 9 – 11, 2016

Thessaly Conference Centre – Melissiatika, Volos, Greece

 

“Ἀπὸ Χοροῦ καὶ Ὁμοθυμαδόν

(=all together and in the same mood)

Proceedings and perspectives of the Interdisciplinary research on Psaltiki

 

 

(Chairman) Konstantinos  Charil. Karagounis, Theologist, Doctor of Byzantine Musicology, assistant Professor of “Byzantine Ecclesiastical Music”, of the Supreme Ecclesiastical Academy of Athens, Head of the department of Psaltic Art and Musicology of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies.

 

Costis Drygianakis, Physicist – Composer – Post Graduate degree holder of Social Anthropology of History, Archaeology and Anthropology Department of the University of Thessaly.

 

Valila Giannoutaki, MTh – Secretary of Volos Academy for Theological Studies.

 

Vasiliki Gousi, Musicologist – Graduate Pianist – Graduate of Byzantine Music Studies – Post-Graduate degree holder of Byzantine Musicology of the Pastoral and Social Theology Department of Aristotle University of  Thessaloniki – Doctor of Byzantine Musicology of the Music Studies Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

 

Efstathios Grammenos, Theologist, Chairman of Volos Chanters’ Association, “Ioannis the Koukouzelis”, second chanter (Lambadarios) at St Nicolas Cathedral of Volos, Professor and choir master of Byzantine Music.

 

Charilaos C. Karagounis, pre-graduate student of Department of Popular and Traditional Music of High Technological Educational Institute of Epirus (School of Arts) – Graduate of Byzantine Music Studies.

 

Olga Manou, Musicologist –  Master holder, Graduate of European Music Theoretical Studies – Clerk by contract of Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology.

 

Zoi Naoum, Musician – Graduate of Byzantine Music Studies – Graduate of Classical Guitar Study, researcher, writer.

 

Claire Nikolaou, Secretary of Volos Academy for Theological Studies.

 

Ariadne Tsalouchou, Psycologist – MSc holder, pre-Graduate Doctor of Consulting and Vocational Instruction of Athens University – Scientific head of the local employment support office, the voluntary service office, and the local council for offence prevention of Volos Municipality.

 

Conference Announcement – 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference on Psaltic Art


 Conference Announcement


2nd International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference

of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology

of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies

June 9 – 11, 2016

Thessaly Conference Centre – Melissiatika, Volos, Greece

Από Χορού και Ομοθυμαδόν

(=all together and in the same mood)

Proceedings and perspectives

of the Interdisciplinary research on Psaltiki

The 1st  International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology (Volos Academy for Theological Studies) had the title: «Psaltiki as an autonomous science: Scientific branches – Related Scienftific Fields – Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Interaction» aiming to highlighting a) the necessity for self-determination of the discipline of musicology on the psaltic art; b) the possibilities available for its interdisciplinary approach and c) the possibilities offered by the psaltic art as a tool for the support of other disciplines. Thus, this first Conference approached the study of Psaltiki as an autonomous science, a theoretical background of the interdisciplinarity was laid down and, for the first time, its scientific branches were defined (even if simply as suggestions, for some of them). The most important point was the strong interest expressed for for every kind of interdisciplinary collaboration, to all possible directions of research.

With the 2nd International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conference, with the title ΑπόΧορούκαιΟμοθυμαδόν” (=all together and in the same mood), the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies calls for actual, concrete suggestions of interdisciplinary collaboration on and about the Psaltiki, which can be formulated as topics for international research programs (even immediately, in round tables that can take place during the conference) and their realization can be planned for the near future.

As in the previous year, this time the Conference will again be open to all the scientific approaches on the study of Psaltic Art. Thus, since there are no separate thematic categories, there is an invitation to all the scientific disciplines to study the possibility of a correlation of their scientific fields with the Psaltic Art. Theology, Philosophy, Sociology, Anthropology, Philology, History, Law, Psychology, Medicine, Mathematics, Natural Science, Computer Science, Technology and, of course, Musicology; all the sciences are invited to find fields for studies in Psaltic art or topics for interaction with it.

The Conference will take place in the Conference Center of the Holy Metropolis of Demetrias, in Melissiatika, Volos, Greece, between June 9th and 11th, 2016.

Proposals for contribution in the Conference must be submitted to the Organizing Committee, to the e-mail address [email protected], not later than February 12th, 2016. Proposals must include title, abstract (not longer than 300 words) and CV of the speaker (not longer than 200 words). Alternatively, they can be submitted by ordinary post, to the address: Volos Academy of Theological Studies – Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology, P.O.Box 1308, Volos GR-38001 Greece.

Selection of proposals will be announced not later than February 22nd, 2016.

The confirmation of participation, along with the payment of the participation fee, must be not later than March 30th, 2019.

Presentations of individual papers must not be longer than 20 minutes and will be followed by a short 10-minute discussion.

Papers must be presented either in Greek or English language. There will be NO translation. Speakers who choose the Greek language are kindly requested to submit an English translation of their paper as well (or at least an extended summary), not later than June 1st, 2016 (in .doc or .pdf. form), in order to be disseminated to the participants who don’t understand Greek. Translations of English papers into the Greek language are also welcome.

The Conference participation fee is fixed as 120 € per person, and it includes accommodation for two nights (in double bed rooms) in the Olympic Games Hostel of the Municipality of Volos, all meals starting with the dinner of June 9th and ending with the lunch of June 11th, the Conference folder, coffees and cookies for the breaks, and acceptance in all the musical activities that will accompany the Conference, as well as the publication of the Conference proceedings online (in pdf. form, as submitted by the participants). It does NOT include expenses for the case of printed publication of the Conference proceedings. Considering accommodation, there will be some versatility (for participants who wish to stay in a single bed room or who don’t wish to stay in the Olympic Games Hostel) and the relevant details will be announced after the selection of the proposals.

The proceeding of the Conference will be published online in digital format, and for the text formatting there will be concrete instructions right after the selection. THE ORGANISING COMMITTEE IS WILLING TO HAVE THE PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED TILL THE DAYS OF THE CONFERENCE. TO THIS GOAL, IT WILL TAKE THE BEST POSSIBLE CARE TO BE ACCURATE TO THE DATES ANNOUNCED ABOVE.

Forthcoming information on the conference will be uploaded in our sitehttp://www.tomeaspsaltikis.gr

For all questions related to the Conference, you can contact the Department for Psaltic Art and Musicology at the above e-mail [email protected]

We kindly ask you to disseminate this message to everyone possibly interested.