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Stravinsky's Legacies
Vancouver, April 2002

The University of British Columbia Library
The School of Music

A Stravinsky Symposium honoring the opening of the H. Colin Slim
Stravinsky Collection

Stravinsky's Legacies

April 6-7, 2002
Dodson Room, UBC MAIN Library

SATURDAY, April 6, 2002

9:30-10:15      H. Colin Slim, University of California, Irvine
                "Made in California: Stravinsky's earliest settings of English,

10:15-11:15     Lynne Rogers, Oberlin Conservatory
                "A Serial Passage of Diatonic Ancestry: What Stravinsky's Sketches
		Reveal about the Te Deum from The Flood"

11:15-11:30     Coffee Break

11:30-12:30     Lynn Garafola, Columbia University
                "Stravinsky and Ida Rubinstein"

12:30-2:00      Lunch Break

2:00-3:00       Stanislav Shvabrin, University of California, Los Angeles
                "The Institut de France Affair of Stravinsky in Russian Emigre

3:00-3:15       Coffee

3:15-4:15       Keynote Address
                Richard Taruskin, University of California, Berkeley
                "Stravinsky and Us"

8 PM            Concert by the Pacific Baroque Orchestra performing Stravinsky's
		Apollon musagete and Persephone.

SUNDAY, April 7, 2002

9:30-10:30      Gretchen Horlacher, Indiana University
                "On Starting and Stopping: Interpolation in Stravinsky's Sketches"

10:30-10:45     Coffee break

10:45-11:45     Margarita Mazo, Ohio State University
                "Stravinsky's Les noces"

11:45-12:30     H. Colin Slim, University of California, Irvine
                "UBC's recent acquisition for its Stravinsky Collection"

8 PM, Chan Centre for the Performing Arts

                Concert celebrating the 50th anniversary, and replicating,
                an all-Stravinsky concert given by the UBC Department of
                Music on April 7, 1952, in which H. Colin Slim conducted
                the Canadian premiere of Les Noces, and played, with John
                Brockington, the Canadian premiere of the Concerto for
                Two pianos. Also on the program: Stravinsky's Duo

The Stravinsky week-end celebrations honor the opening of the "H. Colin Slim
Stravinsky Collection," an 123-item collection of Stravinskiana donated to the
University by the musicologist H. Colin Slim, who is an alumnus of this
university. The official opening of the exhibit will be on Friday, April 5 at 3

Participation to the Stravinsky symposium and concerts is free, but advance
registration is required, in order to ensure sufficient seating arrangements.  To
register, please mail your name. address, phone, and email address to: Laurie
Townsend, Communications and Concert Manager, UBC School of Music, 6361 Memorial
Rd., Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z2, Canada, or by email,, or by
fax at (+1) 604-822-4884.

For further details on the Stravinsky! events and on the UBC School of Music check
our website,

Vera Micznik, Associate Professor, Musicology
The University of British Columbia
School of Music
6361 Memorial Rd.
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z2, Canada
Office phone: +1-604.822.6795; fax: +1-604.822.4884
Home phone/fax: +1-604.222.9379