Perspectives on the Reception of the work of Roberto Gerhard


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
PERSPECTIVES ON THE RECEPTION OF THE WORK OF ROBERTO GERHARD  

Universidad de Alcalá, Salón de Actos, Rectorado de la Universidad de Alcalá,
6th and 7th June 2013

Conference Sponsors: Universidad de Alcalá and University of Huddersfield

The aim of the conference is to shed light on the reception of Gerhard’s work, by critics, audiences and his fellow musicians and composers. How did the reception of both his compositions and writings vary from place to place and time to time and what were the reasons for this? Which works proved most influential and how were specific composers and other individuals changed by his work? The conference may also include papers on other Gerhard-related topics.

Researchers are invited to submit proposals in the form of an abstract, in English, of no more than 250 words (other Gerhard-related topics will also be welcome).

Organizing Committee:

  • Prof. Paloma Ortiz-de-Urbina (Coordination)
  • Prof. Michael Russ
  • Prof. Monty Adkins
  • Dr. Carlos Duque
  • Mr. Trevor Walshaw

The language for the conference will be English and papers will be 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes discussion. Please note: there are no parallel sessions.

The proceedings will be published by the University of Huddersfield.

6th June 2013, 20h: Concert at the Aula de Música by Elena Gragera & Antón Cardó

Deadline for abstract submissions: 2 April 2013. Please submit proposals by email to:

Dr. Carlos Duque: musicalia@musicalia.com and
Prof. Paloma Ortiz-de-Urbina: paloma.urbina@uah.es

Further information is available on the Gerhard website: : robertogerhard.com

 

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