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Neapolitan musical pedagogy of the eighteenth century: Theory, sources and reception

Milano (I), January 25, 2017
Bern (CH), January 26/27, 2017

The international and multilingual conference will be held by the  Università degli Studi di Milano (Centro Studi Pergolesi) and the Bern University of the Arts (SNF project Creating the Neapolitan Canon). Starting in Milano on January 25, 2017 it will continue in Bern on January 26/27, 2017.
Topic is the pedagogy of composition around 1800, its european reception and the creation of a pedagogical canon and its myth by the so-called neapolitan school.

Die internationale und mehrsprachige Tagung wird gemeinsam von der Università degli Studi di Milano (Centro Studi Pergolesi) und der Hochschule der Künste Bern (SNF-Projekt Creating the Neapolitan Canon) getragen. Sie fängt am 25. Januar 2017 in Mailand an und setzt sich am 26. und 27. Januar in Bern fort. Gegenstand der Tagung ist die Pädagogik der Komposition um 1800, ihre europäische Rezeption sowie die Schaffung eines pädagogischen Kanons und des damit verbundenen Mythos der sogenannten neapolitanischen Schule.

Comittee/Programmkomitee:
Claudio Toscani (Università degli Studi di Milano)
Rosa Cafiero (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
Marilena Laterza (Università degli Studi di Milano)
Claudio Bacciagaluppi (Hochschule der Künste Bern)
Giulia Giovani (Hochschule der Künste Bern/Università degli Studi di Siena)

Invited speakers/Eingeladene ReferentInnen (Milano):
Nicholas Baragwanath (Nottingham)
Ludwig Holtmeier (Freiburg)
Markus Neuwirth (Leuven)
Marco Mangani (Ferrara)
Giorgio Sanguinetti (Roma)
Roberto Scoccimarro (Köln)
Paolo Sullo (Roma)
Peter van Tour (Uppsala)
Felix Diergarten (Basel)
Marilena Laterza (Milano)
Rosa Cafiero (Milano)

Invited speakers/Eingeladene ReferentInnen (Bern):
Rosalba Agresta (Paris)
Rosa Cafiero (Milano)
Lydia Carlisi (Bern)
Sean Curtice (Evanston, IL)
Giulia Giovani (Bern)
Nathalie Meidhof (Freiburg)
Johannes Menke (Basel)
Cécile Reynaud (Paris)
Claire Roberts (Bern)
Martin Skamletz (Bern)

Conferences will be held in Italian, French, English and German.

Die Vorträge finden in italienischer, französischer, englischer und deutscher Sprache statt.

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