With the contribution of a most distinguished faculty, the Orpheus Academy for Music and Theory 2016 will discuss recent developments that are challenging the debate around the work-concept (Goehr), the question of the autonomy of music (Hindrichs), the canonical tendency of past musical pieces (Dorschel), new ontologies (Davies), the potentialities emerging from editorial and performative practices (Rink), and a new image of work inspired by the notion of multiplicity and pointing towards
a domain specific assemblage theory (Assis).
- Lydia Goehr, Columbia University, New York, US
- David Davies, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
- Andreas Dorschel, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz (KUG), Graz, Austria
- Gunnar Hindrichs, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland
- John Rink, St John’s College, Cambridge, UK
Paulo de Assis