Keynote speaker: Philip Bohlman (University of Chicago)
Furthering the now broadly accepted notion of the connection of music and place, the study day proposes to explore interactions between music and (dis-)placement, with particular regard to composers, music theorists, musicologists, performers, publishers, audiences, and all other parties involved in the process that is connected with music(making).
The aim of the study day is to provide a platform for exchange which not only involves musicologists and ethnomusicologists, but also cultural and social historians. It will offer scholars from disciplines within and outside musicology the opportunity to exchange ideas on an interdisciplinary level, thus providing a much-needed platform to discuss current research and issues surrounding people and art in exile.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Philip V. Bohlman (University of Chicago) will open the study day with a keynote address. To end the day, he will also participate in a performance of Viktor Ullmann’s Liebe und Tod des Cornets Christoph Rilke, composed in the Terezín concentration camp.
Date: 23 February 2007
Room: N336 and Small Hall
Start time: t.b.c.
Convenors: Erik Levi email@example.com and Florian Scheding firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration: Advance registration recommended, via email to Valerie James at email@example.com
Cost: £5. Unwaged/students free of charge.
9.30 - 10 Registration and Coffee
10 - 10.30 Keynote Speech Philip V. Bohlman (University of Chicago)
10.30 - 11.20 Ruth Davis (Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge)
11.20 - 12.10 Jehoash Hirshberg (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
12.10 - 1.30 Lunch
1.30 - 2.20 Sean Campbell (Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge & Chelmsford)
2.20 - 3.10 Max Paddison (Durham University)
3.10 - 4 Björn Heile (University of Sussex)
4 - 4.30 Tea Break
4.30 - 5.20 Rachel Beckles Willson (Royal Holloway, University of London)
5.20 - 6.10 Michael Beckerman (New York University)
6.10 - 6.30 Break
6.30 - 7.00 Performance of Viktor Ullmann's Liebe und Tod des Cornets Christoph Rilke
In association with the Jewish Music Institute and the International Centre for Suppressed Music