11-14 octobre 2017, Philadelphie
Temple University, Philadelphia
CFP deadline: 1 March 2017, proposals to telemann -at- temple.edu
Languages: English and German
Confirmed guest speakers:Nina Eichholz (Sächsische Landesbibliothek – Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden) ; Wolfgang Hirschmann (Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg) ; Carsten Lange (Zentrum für Telemann-Pflege und –Forschung, Magdeburg) ; Brit Reipsch (Zentrum für Telemann-Pflege und –Forschung, Magdeburg) ; Ralph-Jürgen Reipsch (Zentrum für Telemann-Pflege und –Forschung, Magdeburg) ; Kota Sato (Tokyo) ; Jeanne Swack (University of Wisconsin-Madison) ; Bettina Varwig (King’s College London) ; Steven Zohn (Temple University).
This conference, the first devoted to Telemann outside of Germany, commemorates the 250th anniversary of his death in 1767. Recent decades have seen a dramatic growth in scholarship on the composer, with his vocal music attracting particular attention. The result has been an increasingly nuanced picture of one of the eighteenth century’s most significant musical figures. The conference will be at the center of a week-long festival of Telemann’s music, in partnership with Tempesta di Mare (tempestadimare.org). Festival events will include a live interdisciplinary talk show and concerts featuring recently discovered and infrequently heard works.
We welcome proposals for 30-minute papers on a broad range of topics related to Telemann’s life and music, as well as to the cultural, social, and religious environments in which he worked. Please send abstracts of up to 300 words as a Word document [last name_first name.docx] to telemann -at- temple.edu by 1 March 2017. Along with your name, institutional affiliation or city of residence, and email address, indicate any audio, visual, or other needs for the presentation. Applicants will be notified of the program committee’s decision by early April 2017.
Organizing/Program Committee: Steven Zohn, Wolfgang Hirschmann, Jeanne Swack
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