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vendredi 12 novembre 2021

Sounding Habsburg: Sonic Circulations in Central Europe

April 22-23, 2022, New York
Bohemian National Hall 321 East 73rd St New York, NY 10021 USA
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Sounding Habsburg: Sonic Circulations in Central Europe A conference and concert exploring sound and music in Central Europe.

Consisting of present day Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and parts of Poland, Ukraine, Romania, Croatia, and Italy, Habsburg Central Europe has been described as “a ‘laboratory’ for the pluricultural experience.” An inescapable presence in Europe from the late sixteenth through the early twentieth century, the legacy of the Habsburg monarchy continues to resonate into the present day. The Dvořák American Heritage Association and Austrian Cultural Forum New York, in collaboration with New York University and Virginia Tech, invite you to attend a two-day event that explores the sonic and musical cultures of Habsburg Central Europe, with a specific focus on (trans)national circulations, exchanges, and ruptures. 

The conference will consist of selected scholarly papers, panel discussions, a keynote address by Erika Supria Honisch, and a closing recital by Ariana Wyatt and Richard Masters of songs from across Central Europe. More details will be forthcoming.

Check back for further information. 

Information regarding submission of proposals for papers and panels can be found here.

This event has been generously supported by the Bohemian Benevolent & Literary Association, Austrian Cultural Forum New York, Virginia Tech, and New York University. 



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Vendredi 12 Novembre, 2021