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Banned and Exiled: Austrian Musicians in the Americas
New York, November 1997

      

Mannes College of Music, Joel Lester, Dean Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien, Rektor Professor Erwin Ortner and The Austrian Cultural Institute, New York City present a conference and concert: Banned and Exiled: Austrian Musicians in the Americas Tuesday, November 18, 1997
Conference: 10 AM - 6 PM in Wolff Conference Room, The New School, 65 Fifth Avenue (at 13th Street), New York City Papers: 10 AM - 1 PM: Hartmut Krones, "The Emigre Austrian Musical Community in Mexico" Horst Weber, "European Musicians in Exile in the US: Research Problems" Manfred Permoser, "Banned Musical Cabaret" Robert Dachs, "Emigres' Popular Music" 3 PM - 6 PM: Stephen Hinton: "Schenker in English: Theory, Aesthetics, Politics" Elena Ostleitner: "Emigre Musicians in South America" Stefan Jena, "On the Utopia of Freedom in Banned Music" Screening: "Solidarity Song: The Hanns Eisler Story" (directed by Larry Weinstein; co-produced by ZDF/Arte, Germany, and Rhombus Media, Canada) Concert: 8 PM in Tishman Auditorium (66 West 12th Street, New York City), performed by ensembles from the Vienna Hochschule: Hanns Eisler Suite for Septet No. 1, op. 92a Alexander Zemlinsky Humoreske for Wind Quintet Marcel Rubin String Quartet No. 1 Paul Amadeus Pisk Little Suite, op. 11 Arnold Schoenberg Chamber Symphony, op. 9 (original instrumentation) Admission free. For further information, contact Kathleen Dinges, Assistant to the Dean, Mannes College of Music, at +1-(212) 580-0210, ext. 262. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Posted by Joel Lester, Mannes College of Music jlester@email.gc.cuny.edu