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Steinar Sætre

Associate Professor, Head of Studies
  • E-mailSteinar.Satre@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 69 77+47 404 62 354
  • Visitor Address
    Lars Hilles gt. 3
    Bergen
    Room 
    310
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7800
    5020 Bergen

My research area is mainly on jazz education, where I work on a project on different perspectives on institutionalizaiton of learning practices in jazz. This work is based on jazz studies in higher education in the US, where seven interviews with jazz educators in the US is my original data. I am doing this research as a PhD-project in Educational Research at Dep. of Education/Faculty of Psychology at University of Bergen and the national research school for educational research (NATED).

 

I teach at two studies at The Grieg Academy, Department of Music. My main teaching duty is at our Music Education Program, where I teach educational psychology, social psychology, change competence and music didactics. I also teach at our Jazz Studies, and my subjects are jazz theory and jazz history. I have been the coordinator for all study trips we have had for the jazzstudents. Our last study trip was to New Orleans in October 2014.

Journal articles
  • Sætre, Steinar. 2005. Kan vi stole på PISA-testen? Haugesunds avis. Published 2005-01-06.
  • Sætre, Steinar. 1999. Prestasjonsangst og fokusert energi. Musikkorpsavisa. 3. Published 1999-05-23.
  • Sætre, Steinar. 1998. Konsertanmeldelse: John Pizzarelli. Haugesunds avis. Published 1998-08-13.
  • Sætre, Steinar. 1998. Festivalrapport fra Sildajazz. Jazznytt. 3.
  • Sætre, Steinar. 1998. Konsertanmeldelse: Arne Domnerus. Haugesunds avis. Published 1998-08-17.
  • Sætre, Steinar. 1998. Konsertanmeldelse: Paris All-Star. Haugesunds avis. Published 1998-08-15.
Book sections
  • Sætre, Steinar. 2008. Om dikting i ord og tonar. Del II. Sande i musikken, pages 100-110. In:
    • Osland, Arne; Hekneby, Greta; Akselberg, Gunnstein; Helgheim, Edvin; Reisæter, Magrete. 2008. Jakob Sande 2008. Årbok for Jakob Sande-selskapet. 160 pages. ISBN: 9788291722993.
Artistic production
  • Sætre, Steinar; Hebert, David Gabriel. 2016. Bønes Brass senior community band’s 30th anniversary concert, with Bergen Brass Band. Steinar Sætre, the main conductor, conducted most pieces, some of which were his own arrangements, and played solo improvisations on saxophone and clarinet. David Hebert sang a solo (bass baritone) “Ol’ Man River”, and was conductor for two pieces (Troldhaugen concert hall, home of Edvard Grieg, Bergen, Norway, November 19, 2016).
  • Dahl, Thomas T.; Sætre, Steinar; Austad, Eivind Waage; Thormodsæter, Magne; Powell, Shannon; Boutté, Tricia. 2015. Shannon Powell and his Norwegian Quintet feat. Tricia Boutté.
  • Hebert, David Gabriel; Bakke, Stein; Sætre, Steinar; Turøy, Anne Kristine Wallace; Kvinge, Øystein; Austad, Eivind Waage. 2015. You Taught My Heart to Sing: Konsert for Stein Bakke.
  • Sætre, Steinar; Boutté, Tricia; Skinner, David Arthur; Sæthre, Ketil; Seldal, Rolf Kristoffer; Røkke, Arnulf. 2012. Back to New Orleans.
  • Sætre, Steinar; Austad, Eivind; Daviknes, Trine. 2007. Back to New Orleans : Jubileumskonsert for Arna Kyrkjes Kammerkor.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

  • Professor Hot Stuff, Louisiana Washboard Five/Aurelié Tropez/John Pål Inderberg (Herman Records, 2016)
  • Futuristic Rhythm, Louisiana Washboard Five/Keith Nichols/Matthias Seuffert (Stomp Off Records, 2004)
  • Ace of Rhythm, Louisiana Washboard Five/Keith Nichols (Herman Records, 2000)
  • Doctor Jazz, Louisiana Washboard Five (Herman Records, 1998)
  • CHANGES IN LEARNING PRACTICE IN JAZZ - TOWARDS A MORE HOLISTIC APPROACH FOR TEACHING JAZZ IMPROVISATION SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE. (Own PhD-project in educational research at University of Bergen, Department of Education and NATED. Supervisor: Professor Arild Raaheim, University of Bergen. Co-supervisor: Assoc. Professor Tone Sævi, NLA and Professor David Hebert, HiB.
  • New cd with Louisiana Washboard Five, Aurelie Tropez and Johan Lammers. Studio recording in Bergen, November 2015. Release: 2016.

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