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RILM at ICTM, 2022

RILM will participate in the 46th World Conference of the International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM), which will take place in Lisbon, Portugal, 21–27 July 2022.

On Saturday, 23 July, at 9:00am/4:00am EDT, Associate Editor Gene Lai will present his paper “Reducing the stigma by embracing the ‘salad’: The invention of damaru Indian drumming ensemble in multicultural Singapore”. Shortly thereafter, at 11:30am/6:30am EDT, RILM Editor Mu Qian and Executive Editor Zdravko Blažeković will present their paper “Jean Theodore Royer and his collection of Han Chinese instruments” during the panel Han Chinese and Tibetan Instrument Collections of the Past and Present, organized and chaired by Mu Qian. Blažeković will also chair the panel Non-Sounding Musical Sources on 25 July, at 5:00pm/12:00pm EDT and can be seen, along with RILM’s commission mixte member Gisa Jähnichen, in Fernando Palacio’s film What moves us?–to be presented as a fixed installation at the conference and discussed in a panel meeting on 26 July at 10:00am/5:00am EDT.

RILM invites you to take a glance at the conference program and watch the trailer for the film What moves us?