Dear colleagues and partners!
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the International Conference “Russia – Japan – China – the Republic of Korea: History, Theory, Practice and Modern Prospects of Cultural Cooperation” within the International Crossover Festival “Musical Comrades” is postponed until the epidemiological situation in Russia and in the world is stable. You can still submit your applications; we will announce the time and date of the conference and festival further on. Please, follow the news on our website!
Peoples of Russia, Japan, China and Korea have always made twinning of their cities and towns one of the priorities in their relations. Consequently, they have implemented a number of valuable and unique forms of cultural cooperation to strengthen good neighbour relations. The Crossover Festival “Musical Comrades” will be marked by the 30th anniversary of twinning Novosibirsk and Sapporo, and it will be held in anticipation of the jubilees of twinning with Daejeon (2021) and Shenyang (2023). The Festival includes official, artistic, educational and scientific parts.
We invite college and university teachers and students, postgraduates, PhD students, scientific and research institutes workers, staff members of museums, archives, representatives of municipalities, cultural and educational centres, concert organisations to participate in the International Conference “Russia – Japan – China – the Republic of Korea: History, Theory, Practice and Modern Prospects of Cultural Cooperation”.
The conference is devoted to thorough understanding of the achievements of Russian oriental studies, analysis of steps taken together by notable figures of the four countries in the art sphere throughout historical evolvement.
23 June 10.00 — 16.00 – Section “Russia-Japan: 30th anniversary of twinning Novosibirsk and Sapporo”
24 June 10.00-12.30 – Section “Russia-China: in anticipation of the jubilee of twinning Novosibirsk and Shenyang”
24 June 13.00-15.30 – Section “Russia-the Republic of Korea: in anticipation of the jubilee of twinning Novosibirsk and Daejeon”.
Time limit is up to 15 minutes.
Selected articles will be published in the scientific journal of the Novosibirsk Conservatoire “Vestnik muzykalnoy nauki” (“Herald of the Musical Science”) which is about to enter the International scientific database Web of Science. Submission requirements are listed here: http://vestnik.nsglinka.ru/?page_id=19. \
To participate in the conference you should fill in an on-line application before 01.06.2020 on the conference page http://www.nsglinka.ru/mezhdunarodnaya-konferentsiya-rossiya-yaponiya-knr-respublika-koreya-istoriya-teoriya-praktika-i-sovremennye-perspektivy-kulturnogo-sotrudnichestva/, or submit a request through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. An electronic variant of the article must be sent before 10.06.2020 to this e-mail: email@example.com.
Financial conditions: travelling and accommodation expenses of the conference participants shall be covered by the organisations sending them. Registration fees will not be taken.
The organizing committee and contact details:
Antipova Yuliya Vladimirovna – acting vice rector for scientific work, Art History PhD, assistant professor at the History of Music Department: (383) 222-45-72, +7-913-953-29-10, firstname.lastname@example.org ;
Dubrovskaya Marina Yuzefovna – Head of the Ethnomusicology Department, Doctor of Arts, professor, tel. +7-913-488-25-26, email@example.com ;
Sannikova Natalia Vladimirovna – acting vice rector for creative activities, Art History PhD, member of the Russian Composers’ Union, assistant professor at the Theory of Music Department.
You can find all the necessary information on our website: http://www.nsglinka.ru/mezhdunarodnaya-konferentsiya-rossiya-yaponiya-knr-respublika-koreya-istoriya-teoriya-praktika-i-sovremennye-perspektivy-kulturnogo-sotrudnichestva/
Best regards, the Organizing Committee