Curriculum vitae Per Dahl. Short version
Per Dahl (1952) phone +47 90951436 e-mail: email@example.com
Professor at Department of Music and Dance/Faculty of Performing Arts, University of Stavanger (UiS), Norway.
Consultant at Norwegian Institute of Recorded Sound, Stavanger, Norway
2006 Dr.philos. University of Stavanger. Title of thesis: Jeg elsker Dig! Lytterens argument. Grammofoninnspillinger av Edvard Griegs opus 5 nr.3. (I love You! The listener's argument. Gramophone recordings of Edvard Grieg's opus 5 no.3.)
1971-77 Cand.philol Music, Philosophy and Psychology. University of Trondheim
2012- Professor, Department of Music and Dance/Faculty of Performing Arts, UiS
2013-2015 Part-time (20%) professor at Music Conservatory University of Tromsø
2003-2012 Associate professor, Department of Music and Dance UiS
2000-2003 Rector at Stavanger University College (SUC)
1996-2000 Dean Department of Arts Education, SUC
1991-1994 Part-time lecturer in philosophy (ex.phil) at SUC
1988-1996 Associate professor at Rogaland Music Conservatory
1980-1988 Head of Studies at Rogaland Music Conservatory
1977-1979 Research fellow at University of Trondheim
1975-1977 Principal flautist Trøndelag Military Wind Ensemble
2019-22 Supervising a PhD-student (topic: Finn Mortensen's piano music)
General chair of IMS Intercongressual Symposium 2016 in Stavanger July 1-6.
Peer reviewer to IMS/IAML Conference in New York June 2015.
2012-16 Supervising a PhD-student (topic: Music Reading in young piano pupils)
Peer reviewer to Nordic Musicological Conference in Stockholm 2012 and Aalborg August 2015.
Member of Directorium of International Musicological Society 2012-22
Opponent at Norwegian Academy of Music PhD candidates K. Kjølberg (2010) and H. Blix (2012)
Chair of Norwegian Musicological Society (2009-21)
List of scientific publications
2022 Modes of Communication in Stravinsky's Works. Sign and Expression. Routledge. London
2019 Utøverkunnskap. Cappelen Damm Akademisk. Oslo
2017 Music and Knowledge. A Performer's Perspective. Sense Publishers. Rotterdam
2011 Verkanalysen som fortolkningsarena. Unipub. Oslo (Music analysis as interpretation).
2008 Anvendt musikkestetikk. En innføring Unipub Oslo. (Applied Music Aesthetic)
1993 Jeg elsker dig på 252 måter! Et sangerleksikon og en diskografi over grammofoninnspillinger av Edvard Griegs romanse opus 5 nr.3. Solum Oslo
2021 The Legacy of Stravinsky as Recorded History. In Stravinsky in Context (Ed. Graham Griffiths) Cambridge University Press
2019 Where Is the Essence of a Musical Work. In Of Essence and Context. Between Music and Philosophy. (Ed. R. Staneviciute. N. Zangwill. R. Povilioniene)
2019 Music Criticism in Norway. In Cambridge History of Music Criticism. (Ed: C. Dingle) Cambridge University Press.
2016 The Listener's Perspective. In Music and Sonic Art. Theories and Practices. (Ed. M. Dogotan-Dack) Submitted to Cambridge Scholar 2016
2015 Pater Noster. A Credo from Stravinsky? In Sociocultural Crossing and Borders. Musical Microhistories. Litjuanina Academy of Music and Theatre / IMS. Vilnius
Publications in journals with referee last years
2016 Text, Identity and Belief in Stravinsky's Psalm Symphony. Danish Musicology Online DMO: 61-80.
2013 På kant med Kant. Et bekjennende essay. Studia Musicologica Norvegica nr.39 p 116-133.
2009 Grip mikrofonen? Intensitet og intimitet i Griegs Jeg elsker Dig! Studia Musicologica Norvegica nr.35 p 156-176.
2009 The rise and Fall of Literacy in Classical Music. Fontes Artis Musicae 56/1 p. 66-77
Refereed papers in international conferences
2022 Stravinsky's Exiles and consequences for his notation practice. International Musicological Society Congress and Conference in Athens, August 2022
2022 Stravinsky; Three Periods but Two Styles? Music since 1900 Conference in Birmingham June 2022
2022 Modes of Communication in Narratives Grieg research School Summer course. Bergen June 2022
2021 Stages of the inner dialogue. Methodological aspects in interpreting music. Grieg Research School Autumn Course. Stavanger. November 30th- December 4th.
2019 Interpretation and execution in Stravinsky's recordings. Stravinsky between East and West conference St. Petersburg March 18.-20. 2019.
2018 The Transformation of a Nordic Romance to a German Lied. IMS-conference in St. Petersburg. 22-23 October 2018
2018 Modes of communication in classical music. Performance Studies Network Conference 2018. July 5.-8. NMH, Oslo.
2018 The Mirror Neuron System and Communication in Music. Cognitive Futures in the Arts and Humanities. The University of Kent. 1-4 July 2018
2017 Zbikowski's Conceptualizing Music Revisited.Grieg Research School. 28.11- 2.12 Bergen
2017 The Mirror Neuron System and Meaning Construction in Music. Umeå University. October 30- November 2. 2017.
2016 Where is the Essence of a Musical Work? Essence and Context: A Conference Between Music and Philosophy. Vilnius 31.8-3.9.2016
2015 Noen tekst-musikkrelasjoner i Stravinskijs Salmesymfoni. Nordisk musikkforskerkongress i Aalborg 11.-15.august 2015.
2015 Work, Identity and Interpretation in gramophone recordings of Jeg elsker Dig! Keynote at Grieg Society Conference in Bergen May 29.-31. 2015
2014 Changing Musical Identities through Re-orchestration. Fifth International Symposium on Music and Sonic Art. Practices and Theories. Karlsruhe 26-29 June 2014
2014 Musicology and Artistic Research: Two sides of the same coin? VIII Coloquio Internacional de Musicologia. I Conferancia de la Amsociacion Regional dela Sociedad International de Musicologia para America Latina y el Caribie. Havana 17-21 March 2014
2013 Pater Noster? A Credo from Stravinsky? Sociocultural Crossing and Borders. Litjuanina Academy of Music and Theatre / International Musicological Society Regional Conference in Vilnius 4-7 September 2013.
2013 Music reading as a creative practice in music performance. Performance Studies Network Second International Conference (CMPCP) Cambridge 4.4.- 7.4.2013. https://www.cmpcp.ac.uk/PSN2/PSN2013_Dahl.pdf
2009 When the microphone enhances the intimacy of a German Lied. The art of record production. Cardiff 13.11.-15.11.2009 https://www.artofrecordproduction.com/content/view/102/95/
2009 Intimacy versus Intensity. The impact of the microphone on the interpretation of songs by Grieg. Conference: Grieg in the European context. Berlin 2009. https://www.griegsociety.org/default.asp?kat=1037&id=4939&sp=2
Other public activities
2003- 6-7 lectures (2 hours each) every year presenting one of the musical works to be performed at the next symphony concert (SSO), passing introduction number 100 in November 2016.
1992-2012 Writing program notes to Stavanger Symphony Orchestra Concerts covering 1143 different musical works (243 composers).
1991- Numerous pre-concert talks and other lectures (Stavanger, Haugesund, Feda, Kristiansund, Gøteborg,
1989-2011 Booklet notes to 15 CD productions (Simax, BIS, MTG)
1989-2001 Music critic in Stavanger Aftenblad (234 reviews)
1985- Lectures at the Norwegian Institute of Recorded Sound