2-4 mars 2017, Rochester
University of Rochester, including the Eastman School of Music
An international scholarly symposium will be taking place in Rochester NY, under the joint auspices of two branches of the University of Rochester: the Humanities Center and the Eastman School of Music. Primary focus of this symposium will be Liszt and the uses of virtuosity. The symposium will take place late Thursday, all Friday, and most of Saturday, 2-4 March 2017, at the University’s River Campus and at the Eastman School of Music. All events are free and open to the public
There will be Keynote Addresses by Alan Walker, Kenneth Hamilton, and Jim Samson, as well as presentations by eight other Guest Speakers include Rena Charnin Mueller, Nicolas Dufetel, Dolores Pesce, Dana Gooley, Jonathan Kregor, Shay Loya, Olivia Sham, and Alexander Stefaniak. The conference organizer, Robert Doran (Associate Professor of French and Comparative literature in the College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering) will also be speaking, as will two Eastman School faculty members, Ralph P. Locke and Jürgen Thym. Kenneth Hamilton and Olivia Sham—both of whom have major careers as pianists—will perform as well as speak, and there will be a full-length all-Liszt recital Friday at 8PM, by piano students from the Eastman School of Music.
A detailed program, with paper titles and precise times, and with indication of works to be performed, will be circulated shortly. For further information, please contact RLocke -at- ESM.rochester.edu.
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