Sanna Qvick
FM / MA

School of History, Culture and Arts Studies; Musicology

sanqvi@utu.fi



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Office: A348 / 153

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ORCID identifier: https://orcid.org/orcid.org/0000-0002-9732-8824

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Areas of expertise
Musicology; Film music; Soundtrack; Fairytale film; Audio-visuality; close reading;

Biography

MA Sanna Qvick is preparing her musicological dissertation to University of
Turku. She is a doctoral student in Doctoral Programme in History, Culture and Arts Studies (Juno) and in Finnish Doctoral Network for Music Research.

She works as researcher in PhD Susanna Välimäki’s project Finnish Music in the 21st Century: The
Socio-Cultural Significance of Art Music in the Postmodern World.

Qvick has been on the committee of Finnish Musicological Society, which publishes for example a peer-reviewed quarterly journal Musiikki. In 2020, she acted as a visiting editor together with Dr Anna-Elena Pääkkölä and Dr Tiina Käpylä in a popular culture themed issue of Nuorisotutkimus journal (a publication of Finnish Youth Research Society).

As a hobby, Qvick also plays first violin in the symphony orchestra Akademiska Orkestern vid Åbo Akademi.






Research

Her research
project (dissertation) deals with the narrative strategies of soundtracks in Finnish fairytale
films for children. Qvick is interested in how the soundtrack creates the fairy tale world. Her research data is comprised of six films, which were made between 1949 and 2004.



Teaching

She has given many lectures based on my dissertation work on lecture courses, and she has taught intermediate level courses. She has also been acting as course coordinator on several method courses of audiovisual culture, film music studies and close reading.

Currently she is teaching a course on History of Western Art Music.



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