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25–26 January 2019, Graz
University of Music and Performing Arts Graz
(Kunstuniversität Graz), Austria
This two-day symposium aims to shed light onto the fascinating genre of four-handed piano music from performance-related, historical, and analytical perspectives. The symposium brings together music scholars and performers, thereby creating a platform where ideas on performance research, music analysis, praxis of playing four-handed piano music, music cognition, music history, as well as socio-cultural studies can be shared in a collaborative environment. In addition to individual scholarly papers (20 min + 10 min discussion), the symposium strongly encourages active piano duo ensembles to participate in a lecture recital format (45–60 min + discussion).
Invited speakers of the symposium: Thomas Christensen (University of Chicago) ; Elizabeth Haddon and Mark Hutchinson (University of York) ; László Stachó (Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest)
For both individual papers and lecture recitals, a proposal of ca. 500 words should be submitted by 31 July 2018 in PDF format to the following email: cecilia.oinas -at- kug..ac.at. (NB: The symposium webpage still has the old deadline, 15th July, but you can disregard it)
The symposium organizers: Dr Cecilia Oinas, senior scientist (music theory) and pianist at University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Institute 1 (cecilia.oinas -at- kug.ac.at), Prof Christian Utz, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Institute 1
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Mardi 11 Septembre, 2018