Jon Silpayamanant – cellist, composer, multi-instrumentalist

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Publications, Writings, Presentations

Publications and Writings (selected)

Silpayamanant. J. (2022, Summer Forthcoming) Diversity initiatives in classical music as an extension of colonial power. in Voices for Change in the Classical Music Profession: New ideas for tackling inequalities and exclusions. Oxford University Press. Anna Bull, Laudan Nooshin, Christina Scharff (Eds.).

Silpayamanant, J. (2021, February 19). Anti-Colonial Orchestras: A Cultural Response to Classical Music Imperialism. Mae Mai. February 19. https://silpayamanant.wordpress.com/2021/02/19/anti-colonial-orchestras-a-cultural-response-to-classical-music-imperialism/

Silpayamanant, J. (2020, November 14). Bontoc Eulogy (1995), a short guide. Asian Americans on Celluloid Timeline. https://asianamericanmusic.org/asian-americans-on-celluloid/bontoc-eulogy/

Silpayamanant, J. (2020, November 14). Manzanar (1972), a short guide. Asian Americans on Celluloid Timeline. https://asianamericanmusic.org/asian-americans-on-celluloid/manzanar/

Silpayamanant, J. (2020, July 30). Classical Music and its Slave Orchestras. Mae Mai. https://silpayamanant.wordpress.com/2020/07/30/classical-music-and-its-slave-orchestras/

Silpayamanant, J. (2018, July 18). Diversity in Classical Music vs Diversity of Classical Music. Mae Mai. https://silpayamanant.wordpress.com/2018/07/18/diversity-in-classical-music-vs-diversity-of-classical-music/

Silpayamanant, J. (2017, December 28). The Invisible Hand of the Great White Male Musical and Artistic Canons. Mae Mai. https://silpayamanant.wordpress.com/2017/12/28/the-invisible-hand-of-the-great-white-musical-and-artistic-canons/

Hughes, M. E., Silpayamanant, J. (2015, September 22-23). Dream School Graduates: The experiences of the earliest alumni of Community Montessori Public Charter School, New Albany, Indiana, USA, a paper presented at School Memories: New Trends in Historical Research into Education: Heuristic Perspectives and Methodogical Issues, International Symposium. Seville, Spain.

Panels and Presentations (selected)

Hung, E., I. Chien. facilitators. (2020, November 14). Seeing Ourselves in Asian American History through Film and Media. Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival, Online. https://youtu.be/5QYZ6DVeK4k

Waller-Pace, B. facilitator (2020, August 13). Music Educator Perspectives on Decolonization: Positionality, Terminology, Approaches. Decolonizing the Music Room, Online. https://youtu.be/XLcJymfy6VQ

Hughes, M. E., Pinkston, G. L., Ridout, S. R., Ridout, P., Silpayamanant, J. (2016, October 22). A Muslim Ms. Marvel* is only the tip of the Iceberg: Diversity in Graphic Novels, Diversity Research Symposium, Indiana University Southeast, IU Southeast, New Albany, IN.

Hughes, M. E., Silpayamanant, J. (2015, October). Fostering Self-directed Montessori High School Graduates: operating within the constraints of the ever-changing Indiana Public Charter School Accountability Framework. Poster presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Indiana Chapter, 68th Annual Fall Teacher Educator Conference, Challenges of Accountability: Beyond a Rock and a Hard Place, Columbus, IN.

Hughes, M. E., Silpayamanant, J. (2015, September 22-23). Dream School Graduates: The experiences of the earliest alumni of Community Montessori Public Charter School, New Albany, Indiana, USA, a paper presented at School Memories: New Trends in Historical Research into Education: Heuristic Perspectives and Methodogical Issues, International Symposium. Seville, Spain.

Karr, R., J. Silpayamanant. (2014, April 4). “Fossils” Performance/Talk at the International Žižek Studies Conference, University of Cincinnati School of Art and Design, Cincinnati, OH.

Silpayamanant, J. (2012, May 4) Music Entrepreneurship Talk and Q&A. DePauw University School of Music, Greencastle, IN.

Rea, P. facilitator (2008, August 29). Immigration Panel. Nathaniel Scribner Junior High School Parent/Teacher in-service, New Albany, IN.

Interviews (selected)

Rajam, S., E. Wallen. (2021, February 21). Classical Commonwealth. BBC Radio 3: Sunday Feature. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000sht9

Kensho, W., T. Lu, W. White. (2020, November 4). 10: Slave Orchestras. The Classical Gabfest . https://cgf.buzzsprout.com/1313269/6230515-10-slave-orchestras (edited transcript here).

Murphy, F. (2020, October 29). Global Explorations: Eastward Bound. The Music Box (audio podcast]. https://www.npr.org/podcasts/539111687/the-music-box

Waits, K. (2020, April 23) “12 Questions With Musician Jon Silpayamanant” Arts Louisville, Louisville. http://arts-louisville.com/2020/04/23/12-questions-with-musician-jon-silpayamanant/

Dieter, M. (2019, November 18) “Jon Silpayamanant ’96” The Boulder, DePauw University, Greencastle. https://www.depauw.edu/theboulder/details/jonnbspsilpayamanant-96/

Stevens, A. (2018, July 31) “Music’s Final Frontier: Meet New Albany’s Klingon Composer” WFPL: Arts and Culture, Louisville. https://wfpl.org/musics-final-frontier-meet-new-albanys-klingon-composer/

Costano, L. (2011, February 4). The Music of Trek with a guest, Jon Silpayamanant, podcast #86 . Lou Trek Show. http://loutrekshow.com/86/

Lindquist, D. (2009, June 21). A Bigger World: Local musicians find inspiration in faraway lands and their cultures. Indianapolis Star: IndySunday, Indianapolis. http://www.indystar.com/article/20090621/ENTERTAINMENT/906210306/Il-Troubadore

Halversen, J.  (2006, August 31).  Il Communication.  InTake Weekly, Indianapolis. https://silpayamanant.wordpress.com/2006/08/31/il-communication/

Broge-Starck, T.  (2003, December 29).  Det musikaliske biprodukt/Noiseman433 om støj|Musical biproduct/Noiseman433 and Noise. Soundvenue Magazine, Denmark. https://silpayamanant.wordpress.com/2010/01/25/det-musikaliske-biproduktnoiseman433-om-st%C3%B8j/

Universities where writings assigned as readings in syllabi.

  • Codarts Rotterdam (Rotterdam, Netherlands, EU)
  • Dalhousie University (Halifax, Nova Scotia, CA)
  • DePauw University School of Music (Greencastle, IN, USA)
  • Georgia State University (Atlanta, GA, USA)
  • Kentucky Community and Technical College System (Versailles, KY, USA)
  • Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN, USA)
  • Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
  • Towson University (Towson, MD, USA)
  • University of Birmingham (Birmingham, England, UK)
  • University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD, USA)
  • University of Missouri (Columbia, MO, USA)
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, NC, USA)
  • University of Oklahoma (Norman, OK, USA)
  • University of San Diego (San Diego, CA, USA)
  • University of Southampton (Southampton, England, UK)

Cited in (selected)

Tillis, S. (2020). Continuity and Change in World Theatre History. In: The Challenge of World Theatre History. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-48343-2_7

Tillis, S. (2020). Theatrical Events and Theatre Forms. In: The Challenge of World Theatre History. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-48343-2_4

Keller, A. J. (2019). The Music of Language. Diss., Rice University. https://hdl.handle.net/1911/105975.

Carey-Stewart, C. (2019, March/April) Xenomusicology: the use of fictional ethnomusicology in the multi-media world of James Cameron’s Avatar. TTBA. https://cusfs.soc.srcf.net/archives/ttba/ttba-2019-l.pdf

DeBose, S. (2019). The Impact of Genre Fusion and Improvisational Elements in 21st-Century Operas on Vocal Pedagogy and Performance Practice. Diss., University of Maryland, College Park. https://doi.org/10.13016/rkh4-vewe

Nguyen, H. T. T. (2018). Audiences’ engagement with Twitter and Facebook Live during classical music performances: community and connectivity through live listening experiences. PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) thesis, University of Iowa. https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.ipok-yuoj

Price, S. M. (2017). Risk and Reward in Classical Music Concert Attendance: Investigating the Engagement of ‘Art’ and ‘Entertainment’ Audiences with a Regional Symphony Orchestra in the UK. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield. http://etheses.whiterose.ac.uk/16628/

Comajuncosas, J. M. (2015). Assessing creativity in computer music ensembles: a computational approach. Tesi doctoral, Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Departament de Tecnologies de la Informació i les Comunicacions. http://hdl.handle.net/10803/359392

Бойкова, Василиса Петровна. (2014). Расширенные исполнительские техники в творчестве Зигфрида Пальма: путь к новому виолончельному искусству. МОСКОВСКАЯ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННАЯ КОНСЕРВАТОРИЯИМЕНИ П. И. ЧАЙКОВСКОГО. https://www.dissercat.com/content/rasshirennye-ispolnitelskie-tekhniki-v-tvorchestve-zigfrida-palma-put-k-novomu-violonchelnom

Huston, S. (2014) Live/Work. Portland, Oregon as a Place for Comics Creation. In: Comic Book Geographies. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer. (Media Geography at Mainz, 4.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 59–71.

Verbuč, D. (2014) “Living Publicly”: House Shows, Alternative Venues, and the Value of Place and Space for American DIY Communities. PhD (Doctor of Philosophy in Ethnomusicology) thesis. University of California at Davis.

Barker, M. (2013). The Cultural Status of Livecasts. In: Live To Your Local Cinema: The Remarkable Rise of Livecasting. Palgrave Pivot, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137288691_6

DeFazio, R. (2013) A New Role of Private Music Teachers? The Canadian Music Teacher/Le Professeure de Musique Canadian. Vol 63, No. 2, Winter (January); 46-53. http://www.cfmta.org/archive/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/2013-Winter-Edition.pdf

Бойкова, Василиса (2012) “«Расширенные» техники игры на виолончели в XX веке: опыт систематизации.” Научный вестник Московской консерватории 2012:4:176-201 http://nv.mosconsv.ru/rasshirennyie-tehniki-igryi-na-violoncheli-v-xx-veke-opyit-sistematizatsii/ [Vasilisa Boykova (2012) ““Advanced” cello playing techniques in the 20th century: systematization experience.” Scientific Bulletin of the Moscow Conservatory 2012:4:176-201]