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Eesti Arnold Schönbergi Ühing
Pärnu Nüüdismuusika Päevad 2014
PERFORMATIIVSUS
4.-12.jaanuar 2014


Eesti Arnold Schönbergi Ühingu Pärnu Nüüdismuusika Päevade 2014 teemaks on PERFORMATIIVSUS.

Kavas on sümpoosion, kontserdid, töötoad, näitused, etendused, teoste ühiskuulamised ja -vaatamised.

Koostöös Pärnu Ooperi, Eesti Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemia ja Eesti Kunstiakadeemiaga toimub erinevate kunstialade esindajaid ühendav multimeediumitöötuba, mille oluliseks osaks on haridusprogramm Pärnu koolide õpilastele. Töötoa tulemuseks on eksperimentaalne kontsert-etendus.

Nüüdismuusika oskuskeele projekti raames jätkatakse Vikipeediapõhise nüüdismuusika oskuskeele käsiraamatu koostamist.

Mõiste "Performatiivsus" Vikipeedias.

Planeerimisprotsss

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Sümpoosion / Symposium. The list of participants (26. juuli 2017)Edit


The Seventh International Conference on Music Theory, Tallinn, Pärnu. Musical Form: Mapping the Territories
Musical Form: Mapping the Territories
8.-11.1.2014

8.-9.1.2014 Eesti Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemia / Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (Rävala 16, Tallinn)
10.-11.1.2014 Pärnu Keskraamatukogu / Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)

Keynotes:
William Caplin (McGill University, Canada). Continuous Exposition' and the Concept of Subordinate Theme
James Hepokoski (Yale University, USA). Sonata Theory, Secondary Themes, and Continuous Expositions: Reply to William E. Caplin
Steven Vande Moortele (University of Toronto, Canada). Turning Inward - Turning Outward - Turning Around: Strong Subordinate Themes in Romantic Overtures

Presentations:

  1. Lauri Suurpää (Sibelius Academy, Finland). Tonic and Dominant as Gravitational Centers in the First-Movement Exposition of Beethoven's Piano Sonata, Op. 110
  2. Ildar Khannanov (Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, USA). Function and Deformation in Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Etudes-Tableaux op. 39, nos. 5 and 6
  3. Olli Väisälä  (Sibelius Academy, Finland). Form, Structure, Sonorities, and Drama in Selected Piano Works by Debussy
  4. Peter Smith (University of Notre-Dame, USA). Schumann's Continuous Expositions and the Classical Tradition
  5. Frank Samarotto (Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University Bloomington, USA). The Urlinie, Melodic Energies, and the Dynamics of Inner Form
  6. Petter Stigar (The Grieg Academy, University of Bergen, Norway). Emblems of Uncanniness. Trond Kverno Meets Richard Cohn – and Richard Wagner
  7. Julian Horton (School of Music, University College Dublin, Ireland).
  8. Edward Jurkowski (University of Lethbridge, Canada). Are all these themes really necessary? A model to comprehend sonata designs with multiple subordinate themes
  9. Stephen Slottow (University of North Texas, USA). The Sequences in Mozart's Piano Sonata, K. 280/I: Types, Functions, and Dispositions
  10. Audra Versekenaite (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, Lithuania). Multi-layered form in Charles Ives's Fourth Symphony
  11. Joshua Mailman (Columbia University / William Paterson University, USA). Assertive and Furtive Forms and Processes in Post-war Art Music Off-center
  12. Robert Snarrenberg (Washington University in St. Louis, USA). Forms of Form in Songs by Brahms
  13. Timothy Jackson (University of North Texas, USA). The First Movements of Anton Eberl’s Symphony in E flat and Beethoven’s Eroica – Towards a “New” Sonata Form?
  14. Poundie Burstein (City University of New York, USA). Expositional Journeys and Resting Points
  15. Wayne Petty (University of Michigan, USA) Wilhelm Fischer and the Fortspinnung-Based Sonata Exposition
  16. Edward Klorman (The Juilliard School, New York, USA). Eighteenth-century Form Revisited: Reconciling Koch’s ''Anlage'', Sonata Theory’s Rotational Form, and Lester’s Parallel-section Construction
  17. Mart Humal (Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia) Chopin's Prelude in F sharp minor: Form, Harmony, and Counterpoint
  18. Margus Pärtlas (Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia) Reinventing a Tradition: The Subordinate Key Area in 19th-Century Concertos
  19. Jason Hooper (University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA). Schenker’s Conception of Sonata Form before the Urlinie: History, Theory, and Aesthetics
  20. Charity Lofthouse (Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY, USA). Rotational Form, Sonata Hybridity, and Post-Tonal Boundary Sonorities in Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony
  21. Mark Richards (University of Lethbridge, Canada). Dissonant Fusions and the Loosening of Formal Functions in Classical Themes
  22. Charris Efthimiou (University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Austria). The development of the musical form of heavy-metal music
  23. Michael Gardiner (University of Mississippi, USA). Boulez, Envelope-form, and Mahler: An Analysis of Der Abschied
  24. Roberta Vidic (Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, Germany). Beethoven´s E Minor Piano Sonata, Op. 90: A multi-player platform for ambiguity and subthematics in Germany and North America
  25. Michael Oravitz (University of Northern Colorado, USA). Meter-based Formal Cues in Selected Works of Debussy
  26. Klaas Coulembier (University of Leuven, Belgium). Multi-temporality: creating a meaningful territory in the rhizome of post-tonal music
  27. Brian Black (The University of Lethbridge, Canada). Formal Function Anomalies in Schubert’s Late Sonata Forms
  28. Diego Cubero (Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University Bloomington, USA). In the Process of Dissolving: Examining the Interaction of Syntactic and Statistical Form in Brahms
  29. Cecilia Oinas (Sibelius Academy, Finland). The 'secondary parametres' and their role in musical shaping: examining formal boundaries of Mendelssohn's C minor Piano Trio from the performer’s point of view
  30. Matthew Arndt (The University of Iowa School of Music, USA). A Non-Tonal Problem in a Piece by Schoenberg
  31. Rowland Moseley (Harvard University, USA). Toward A Phrase Rhythm Model of Early Eighteenth-Century Binary Form
  32. David Lodewyckx (University of Leuven, Belgium / Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Switzerland). Marpurg's Galant Cadence: Theoretical and Formal Perspectives on a Specific Cadential Scheme
  33. Tal Soker (Tel-Aviv University, Israel). Form and Content in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Berlin Keyboard Concertos
  34. Ndubuisi Emmanuel Nnamani (University of Cambridge, UK). “IGEDE-BELL” as a Catalyst for Structural Coherence – A Study of Tonal-Rhythmic Patterning and Structural Territorialization in Okechukwu Ndubuisi’s Piano Style
  35. Walter Nery Filho (University of São Paulo, Brazil). The final form of The Little Cardboard Cat by Villa-Lobos as consequence of motivic transformations and manipulations of a Brazilian traditional song: a dialogic generative proccess
  36. Sona Andreasyan (Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory, Armenia). The Fourth Symphony by Arvo Pärt: Transformation of Genre
  37. Nathan Martin (University of Leuven, Belgium) Larsen's Legacy: The Three-Part Exposition and the New Formenlehre
  38. Aare Tool (Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia). Eduard Oja's Piano Quintet: Two-Dimensional Form and Octatonicism
  39. Gerhard Lock, Kerri Kotta (Tallinn University, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia). Introduction of an automatized analysis method of musical tension as a response to musical form

Ajakava / ProgramEdit

versioon / version (26. juuli 2017)

Kolmapäev / Wednesday 8.1.2014Edit

sümpoosion / symposium. Eesti Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemia / Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (Rävala 16, Tallinn). The Seventh International Conference on Music Theory, Tallinn, Pärnu. Musical Form: Mapping the Territories

9.00 Coffee and registration

9.30 Opening

Rector of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Prof. Peep Lassmann
Deputy Chief of Mission of the U.S. Embassy in Tallinn Mrs. Chever X. Voltmer
Vice Rector for Academic affairs and Research of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Prof. Margus Pärtlas

10:00 Keynotes I & II; chair: Margus Pärtlas

10.00 Keynote I. William Caplin (McGill University, Canada). Continuous Exposition' and the Concept of Subordinate Theme

11.00 Keynote II. James Hepokoski (Yale University, USA). Sonata Theory, Secondary Themes, and Continuous Expositions: Reply to William E. Caplin

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Schenker; chair: Peter Smith

Frank Samarotto (Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University Bloomington, USA). The Urlinie, Melodic Energies, and the Dynamics of Inner Form NB! Cancelled!
Jason Hooper (University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA). Schenker’s Conception of Sonata Form before the Urlinie: History, Theory, and Aesthetics

14.00 Coffee

14.30 Formal functions; chair: Lauri Suurpää

Brian Black (The University of Lethbridge, Canada). Formal Function Anomalies in Schubert’s Late Sonata Forms
Mark Richards (University of Lethbridge, Canada). Dissonant Fusions and the Loosening of Formal Functions in Classical Themes

15.30 Coffee

16.00 Sonata design reconsidered I; chair: Stephen Slottow

Edward Jurkowski (University of Lethbridge, Canada). Are all these themes really necessary? A model to comprehend sonata designs with multiple subordinate themes
Timothy Jackson (University of North Texas, USA). The First Movements of Anton Eberl’s Symphony in E flat and Beethoven’s Eroica – Towards a “New” Sonata Form?

17.15 Sonata design reconsidered II; chair: Poundie Burstein

Wayne Petty (University of Michigan, USA) Wilhelm Fischer and the ''Fortspinnung''-Based Sonata Exposition
Nathan Martin (University of Leuven, Belgium) Larsen's Legacy: The Three-Part Exposition and the New Formenlehre

18.30 Reception

Neljapäev / Thursday 9.1.2014Edit

sümpoosion / symposium. Eesti Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemia / Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (Rävala 16, Tallinn). The Seventh International Conference on Music Theory, Tallinn, Pärnu. Musical Form: Mapping the Territories

9.00 Coffee

9.30 Exploring 18th century I; chair: Frank Samarotto

Tal Soker (Tel-Aviv University, Israel). Form and Content in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Berlin Keyboard Concertos
Stephen Slottow (University of North Texas, USA). The Sequences in Mozart's Piano Sonata, K. 280/I: Types, Functions, and Dispositions

10.30 Coffee

11.00 Exploring 18th century II; chair: Wayne Petty

Rowland Moseley (Harvard University, USA). Toward A Phrase Rhythm Model of Early Eighteenth-Century Binary Form
David Lodewyckx (University of Leuven, Belgium; Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Switzerland). Marpurg's Galant Cadence: Theoretical and Formal Perspectives on a Specific Cadential Scheme

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Beethoven; chair: Nathan Martin

Lauri Suurpää (Sibelius Academy, Finland). Tonic and Dominant as Gravitational Centers in the First-Movement Exposition of Beethoven's Piano Sonata, Op. 110
Roberta Vidic (Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, Germany). Beethoven´s E Minor Piano Sonata, Op. 90: A multi-player platform for ambiguity and subthematics in Germany and North America

14.00 Coffee

14.30 Koch’s legacy; chair: Mark Richards

Poundie Burstein (City University of New York, USA). Expositional Journeys and Resting Points
Edward Klorman (The Juilliard School, New York, USA). Eighteenth-century Form Revisited: Reconciling Koch’s ''Anlage'', Sonata Theory’s Rotational Form, and Lester’s Parallel-section Construction

16.00 Bus to Pärnu

18.00 Hotel check-in

18.30 Bus to Pärnu Central Library

19.00 kontsert / concert. Pärnu Keskraamatukogu saal / Auditorium of Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu). Brahmavihara - four mental states by Christian M. Fischer. Mari Targo (viiul / violin), Helena Tuuling (klarnet / clarinet) and Christian M. Fischer (elektroonika / electronics).Tasuta

21.00 muusikateater / music theatre. Endla teatri KÜÜN (Keskväljak 1, Pärnu). Inimhääl ja elektroonika / Human voice and electronics. Kai Kallastu (sopran / soprano), Malle Maltis (elektroonika / electronics). Pääse 12 eurot

Reede / Friday 10.1.2014Edit

sümpoosion / symposium. Pärnu Keskraamatukogu / Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu). The Seventh International Conference on Music Theory, Tallinn, Pärnu. Musical Form: Mapping the Territories

9.00 Coffee

Keynote chair: Kerri Kotta

9.15 Keynote III. Steven Vande Moortele (University of Toronto, Canada). Turning Inward - Turning Outward - Turning Around: Strong Subordinate Themes in Romantic Overtures

10.15 Towards renewal of tradition I; chair: Robert Snarrenberg

Peter Smith (University of Notre-Dame, USA). Schumann's Continuous Expositions and the Classical Tradition
Mart Humal (Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia). Chopin's Prelude in F sharp minor: Form, Harmony, and Counterpoint

11.15 Coffee

11.30 Towards renewal of tradition II; chair: Edward Jurkowski

Cecilia Oinas (Sibelius Academy, Finland). The 'secondary parametres' and their role in musical shaping: examining formal boundaries of Mendelssohn's C minor Piano Trio from the performer’s point of view
Margus Pärtlas (Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia) Reinventing a Tradition: The Subordinate Key Area in 19th-Century Concertos

12.30 Lunch

13.30 Form in Brahms; chair: Jason Hooper

Robert Snarrenberg (Washington University in St. Louis, USA). Forms of Form in Songs by Brahms
Diego Cubero (Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University Bloomington, USA). In the Process of Dissolving: Examining the Interaction of Syntactic and Statistical Form in Brahms

14.30 Round-table MC, S theme, and continuous exposition. William Caplin, Nathan Martin, James Hepokoski, Peter Smith, and Poundie Burstein.

16.00 Coffee

16.30 Transition to the 20th century; chair: Charity Lofthouse

Ildar Khannanov (Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, USA). Function and Deformation in Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Etudes-Tableaux op. 39, nos. 5 and 6
Michael Oravitz (University of Northern Colorado, USA). Meter-based Formal Cues in Selected Works of Debussy
Olli Väisälä (Sibelius Academy, Finland). Form, Structure, Sonorities, and Drama in Selected Piano Works by Debussy

18.00 Dinner

19.00 kontsert / concert. Pärnu Raekoja saal / Pärnu Town Hall (Nikolai 3, Pärnu). Avatud vorm / Open form. Kavas / In program Boulez, Pärt, Koha, Maltis, Kancheli. Diana Liiv (klaver / piano). Tasuta

21.00 kontsert / concert. Endla teatri KÜÜN / Black box of Endla Theatre (Keskväljak 1, Pärnu). Küberstuudio / Cyberstudio. Monika Mattiesen (flöödid), Leonora Palu (flöödid), Tammo Sumera (elektroonika). Kavas Tulve, Siimer, Pärt, Kõlar, Kallastu, Remme. Pääse 12 eurot

Laupäev / Saturday 11.1.2014Edit

sümpoosion / symposium. Pärnu Keskraamatukogu / Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu). The Seventh International Conference on Music Theory, Tallinn, Pärnu. Musical Form: Mapping the Territories

9.00 Coffee

9.15 20th century classics; chair: Joshua Mailman

Audra Versekenaite (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, Lithuania). Multi-layered form in Charles Ives's Fourth Symphony
Charity Lofthouse (Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY, USA). Rotational Form, Sonata Hybridity, and Post-Tonal Boundary Sonorities in Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony
Walter Nery Filho (University of São Paulo, Brazil). The final form of The Little Cardboard Cat by Villa-Lobos as consequence of motivic transformations and manipulations of a Brazilian traditional song: a dialogic generative proccess

10.45 Coffee

11.00 Moving beyond tonality; chair: Petter Stigar

? Michael Gardiner (University of Mississippi, USA). Boulez, Envelope-form, and Mahler: An Analysis of Der Abschied
Matthew Arndt (The University of Iowa School of Music). A Non-Tonal Problem in a Piece by Schoenberg

12.00 Lunch

13.00 New approaches; chair: Olli Väisälä

Joshua Mailman (Columbia University / William Paterson University, USA) Assertive and Furtive Forms and Processes in Post-war Art Music Off-center
Klaas Coulembier (University of Leuven, Belgium) Multi-temporality: creating a meaningful territory in the rhizome of post-tonal music
Gerhard Lock, Kerri Kotta (Tallinn University, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre) Introduction of an automatized analysis method of musical tension as a response to musical form

14.30 Coffee

15.00 Tradition and modernity; chair: Kerri Kotta

Petter Stigar (The Grieg Academy, University of Bergen, Norway). Emblems of Uncanniness. Trond Kverno Meets Richard Cohn – and Richard Wagner
Sona Andreasyan (Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory, Armenia). The Fourth Symphony by Arvo Pärt: Transformation of Genre
Aare Tool (Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia) Eduard Oja's Piano Quintet: Two-Dimensional Form and Octatonicism

16.30 Coffee

17.00 Widening the repertoire; chair: Matthew Arndt

Charris Efthimiou (University of Music and Performing Arts Graz). The development of the musical form of heavy-metal music
Ndubuisi Emmanuel Nnamani (University of Cambridge, UK). “IGEDE-BELL” as a Catalyst for Structural Coherence – A Study of Tonal-Rhythmic Patterning and Structural Territorialization in Okechukwu Ndubuisi’s Piano Style

18.00 Dinner

19.00 kontsert / concert. Pärnu Vanalinna põhikooli saal / Hall of Pärnu Old Town Elementary School (Nikolai 26, Pärnu). Eksperimentaalsed muusikainstrumendid / Experimental musical instruments. Eesti Kunstiakadeemia üliõpilased / Students of Estonian Academy of Arts. Tasuta

21.00 performance. Tervise Paradiisi veekeskus / Water Park of Tervise Paradiis (Side 14). Vee kolm olekut / Three states of water. Postinstrumentum. Pääse 12 eurot

Pühapäev / Sunday 12.1.2014Edit

11.00 arutelu / discussion. Hotell Victoria

TöötoadEdit

Eksperimentaalsed muusikainstrumendidEdit

I ehitamise töötuba. September-detsember 2013 Eesti Kunstiakadeemia
II heliloomingu töötuba. 6.-12.1.2014 Eesti Kunstiakadeemia -> Pärnu Vanalinna Põhikool
E 6.1.2014 kell 10.00 Andrus Kallastu. Sissejuhatus muusikalisse notatsiooni. Lugu oma pillile
T 7.1.2014 kell 10.00 Tatjana Kozlova. Loeng kompositsioonitehnikatest
K 8.1.2014 kell 10.00 Andrus Kallastu. Lugu ansamblile
N 9.1.2014 kell 10.00 Tarmo Johannes & Tatjana Kozlova. Kava koostamine. Proov
R 10.1.2014 kell 10.00 Tarmo Johannes & Tatjana Kozlova. Peaproov
L 11.1.2014
kell 10.00 transport Tallinn - Pärnu
kell 13.00 ülesehitus ja proov Pärnu Vanalinna Põhikoolis
kell 19.00 kontsert Pärnu Vanalinna Põhikoolis
P 12.1.2014 kell 10.00 mahavõtmine ja transport Pärnu -> Tallinn

Praktiline infoEdit

Aleksandrale

TransportEdit

Kerri Kotta 31.12.2013:

Arrival in TallinnEdit

Arriving at Tallinn airport, you have two options to reach the hotel. First, you can take a taxi. Since the center of the town is relatively close to the airport, it is not very expensive. 10-15 minutes drive will cost approximately 5-10 EUR.

I advise you to use Tulika Takso, Tallink Takso or Tallinna Takso, which are the official taxi partners of the Tallinn airport and offer their services with a reasonable price. Additionally you can download Taxi ordering application for your smartphone: http://taxify.ee - which enables 2-click taxi ordering in Tallinn.

For further information please consult: http://www.tallinn-airport.ee/eng/transport/taxi.

Second, you can take a bus – from bus stop 1, bus route no. 2 departs towards the city center. The ticket costs 1,60 EUR and it can be bought from the bus driver. Your stop in the city center is A. Laikmaa (street). For further information see: http://www.tallinn-airport.ee/eng/transport/publictransport. The timetable for bus no. 2 can be accessed here: http://soiduplaan.tallinn.ee/#bus/2/a-b/13413-3/en. Third, if you arrive via Port of Tallinn, I would advise you to take a taxi or – if you have no heavy luggage – just walk to the hotel: the harbor is approximately 600-700 meters from the old medieval town. For further information please consult: http://www.portoftallinn.com/transport-parking. NB! The links to the routes between the air- and seaport and the hotels are added to the end of the letter.

I suggest you to prepare your handouts (if you use any) in advance since we seemingly cannot offer a quick printing service here in our academy. If you still want to print your examples out here in Tallinn, I would recommend you to use Jajaa copy center very close to the academy: http://jajaa.ee/site/?page_id=20 or http://jajaa.ee/site/?lang=en.

Transport Tallinn - PärnuEdit

We are leaving for Pärnu on Thursday afternoon, January 9th. After checking out of your hotel, please take your luggage together with you to the academy and we will try to find a place for it. There is only half an hour between the end of the last session and the departure to Pärnu, which is probably not sufficient to visit your hotel.


Transport Pärnu - TallinnEdit

PNP 2014 transport Pärnu-Tallinn

As people leave from Pärnu at different times, we decided not to rent a bus for the return to Tallinn. Instead, we will cover your return ticket to Tallinn. I recommend you to book your ticket in advance, which you can do at: http://www.tpilet.ee/en/timetable/parnu/tallinn?Scope=Custom&Date=01-11-2014&Transfer=None. NB! Please check the date! After booking the ticket, please send a copy of it (as a pdf file) to me together with a copy of the payment document (pdf) and your bank account number so that we could make a repayment.

Again, there are two options to get to the airport: (1) to take a taxi or (2) bus no. 2. For more information see: http://bussijaam.ee/en/.

The route from the bus station to the airport can be seen here: https://maps.google.ee/maps?saddr=Tallinna+Bussijaam,+Lastekodu,+Kesklinn,+Tallinn,+Tallinna+linn&daddr=Tallinna+lennujaam,+Tallinn&hl=et&ll=59.423557,24.783225&spn=0.022704,0.066047&sll=59.42152,24.785062&sspn=0.022705,0.066047&geocode=FZ_KigMd_wR6ASmBtKZmqJSSRjH_c6E13iHWXA%3BFVWTigMd9Ol6ASGn6lQli1jDUCmlGLsPYeuSRjGn6lQli1jDUA&oq=Tallinna+Len&dirflg=r&ttype=now&noexp=0&noal=0&sort=def&mra=ltm&t=m&z=15&start=0

Majutus / AccommodationEdit

Majutus Tallinnas / Accommodation in TallinnEdit

Külaliste majutus Tallinnas / Accommodation in Tallinn

As already told we can cover the hotel in Pärnu, but unfortunately not in Tallinn. However, we have booked two hotels in Tallinn - Savoy Boutique Hotel and Santa Barbara - with which our academy has an agreement that they offer a better and more affordable price for our guests. Both hotels are located in city center, are very convenient, and within a walking distance from the academy. A single room rate for one night in Savoy is 95 EUR (it's a bit more luxurious) and Santa Barbara 59 EUR (to 7 January 2014) or 45 EUR (from 8 January 2014; Santa Barbara was also the hotel which accommodated our guests during the last conference). Since the Tallinn part of the conference includes dates January 8-9 you probably need rooms for January 7-8 (as already said, in the afternoon of January 9 we will leave for Pärnu). After returning to Tallinn you may also need a room for January 11 or 12 depending on your travel itinerary. The information about Savoy Boutique Hotel can be found at: http://www.tallinnhotels.ee/savoy-boutique-hotel-rooms and Santa Barbara at: http://www.stbarbara.ee/en/ . In order to obtain a discount rate, please do not follow the ordinary booking procedure provided by the web-pages of the hotels, but just send an e-mail together with the password "music theory" directly to the hotel. The booking e-mail address for Savoy is savoy@tallinnhotels.ee and for Santa Barbara reservations@stbarbara.ee .

Majutus Pärnus / Accommodation in PärnuEdit

Korraldajate poolt makstud majutusEdit

PNP 2014 majutus Pärnus / Accommodation in Pärnu

Kerri Kotta, kerri.kotta@mail.ee: When you have made your reservation in Tallinn hotels, please let me know whether or for how long you will stay in Pärnu. In Pärnu, we have booked entire hotel, and in order to inform you about the accommodation in Pärnu in more detail I need to know your travel plans.

PNP 2014 sümpoosionist osavõtjate majutus toimub 9.-12.1.2014 hotellides Victoria ja Villa Artis. Majutuse planeerimine toimub lehel PNP 2014 majutus Pärnus / Accommodation in Pärnu.

Majutuse planeerimisega (külaliste jaotumine tubadesse) Pärnus tegeleb Kerri Kotta, kerri.kotta@mail.ee

Osalejate omafinatseeritud majutusEdit

Soodsa majutusvõimaluse leidmiseks Pärnus soovitame kasutada lehte http://www.visitparnu.com/et/puhkajale/majutus-2?c_1=1&sortgroup=2&limit=50

ToitlustamineEdit

Tasuta toitlustamineEdit

Osavõtjate tasuta toitlustamine toimub järgmiselt:

  • 10.-12.1.2014 hommikusöök hotellides Victoria ja Villa Artis
  • 10.-11.1.2014 konverentsist osavõtjate lõuna ja õhtusöök restoranis Tex Mex nimekirjade alusel

Taimetoit

Toitlustamine oma raha eestEdit

Soodustused Pärnus:

  • Victoria hotellis kehtib Pärnu Nüüdismuusika Päevade 2014 tunnuskleepsu ettenäitajale restorani menüüst -15% allahindlus ja kohvi hind on 1,50 eurot.
  • Restoranis Tex Mex kehtib Pärnu Nüüdismuusika Päevade 2014 tunnuskleepsu ettenäitajale restorani menüüst -15% allahindlus.
  • Pärnu Endla teatri kohvikus on PNP 2014 kleepsu ettenäitamisel soodustus 10%.

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