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3 mai 2013The Agon of Opera and Dance

 

An interdisciplinary symposium at Princeton University

May 3-4, 2013

http://agonsymposium.wordpress.com/

Assembling perspectives from musicology, theater and performance studies, dance history and criticism, and cinema and media studies, “The Agon of Opera and Dance” aims to explore the conceptual and practical polarities of opera and dance. Through the cultivation of a meaningful dialogue between academics and practitioners, it is our hope that the symposium will bring new prominence to the question of this longstanding agon, launching a sophisticated and thorough inquiry into the confrontation and complementarity of opera and dance.

The two-day event will feature academic presentations by distinguished opera and dance scholars Mary Ann Smart (University of California Berkeley), Rebecca Schneider (Brown University) and Timothy Scholl (Oberlin College and Conservatory); a lecture-demonstration by composer Barbara White (Princeton University) involving her one-act opera, Weakness, with choreography by Kate Weare; an interview with Russian dance critic Pavel Gershenzon; and a roundtable discussion of “choreographer’s opera” that examines the work of Trisha Brown, Pina Bausch, and Mark Morris, to be moderated by David J. Levin (University of Chicago; Co-Executive Editor, Opera Quarterly).

We are delighted to welcome as discussants for the symposium members of the editorial board of The Opera Quarterly including Alessandra Campana, Bonnie Gordon, Ryan Minor, and Heather Wiebe. Dance scholars and critics Joan Acocella (The New Yorker Magazine), Lynn Garafola (Barnard College), Janice Ross (Stanford University), and Elizabeth Kendall (The New School) will serve as discussants, joined by a roster of Princeton faculty that includes Wendy Heller, Simon Morrison, Caryl Emerson, Peter Brooks, Serguei Alex Oushakine, Tina Fehlandt and Jeffrey Dolven.

The symposium will conclude on May 4 with two back-to-back performance events: a screening of the dance film “Baroque Suite” by Princeton composer Troy Herion, and a work-in-progress, “Structural Appropriation,” by Princeton Senior Lecturer in Dance and choreographer Rebecca Lazier. The piece attempts to give the independent forms (choreography, voice, music, and dancers) equal value and follows conditions appropriated from Terry Riley’s In C. (6:30pm, Lewis Center for the Arts, Hagan Dance Studio).

The events are free and open to the public, but registration is requested. Please register for the event by sending an email with your name and affiliation to agonsymposium at gmail.com

Full schedule and more information

"The Agon of Opera and Dance" is presented by the Princeton University Department of Music, the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, and the Lewis Center for the Arts, in association with The Opera Quarterly. Additional funding provided by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, the Program in Russian and Eurasian Studies, the Council of the Humanities, the Program in Italian Studies, and the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities.

 

3 mai 2013Baltic and Scandinavian Identities in Flux

 

Harvard Univ., Cambridge, 3 May 2013

The Lyrica Society for Word-Music Relations is pleased to announce its 7th Annual Dialogues at Harvard: "Baltic and Scandinavian Identities in Flux."

World-renowned scholars and performers will demonstrate the intricacies of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Lithuania as they redefine survival mechanisms within a shrinking world.

Friday, 3 May 2013, 8:30-5:30 p.m. – Pusey Room – The Memorial Church – Harvard Yard. Admission is free and open to the public.

Program:

"The Heritage of Lithuanian Folk Song: A Native Performer's Perspective" Maryte Bizinkauskas, Bridgewater State University, Massachusetts

"Mute the Bereaved Memories Speak: 'Vulgar! Rough! Tasteless!­ A major music event! Brilliant critique of civilization'" Per F. Broman, Bowling Green State University

"Suomi and Suomalaisu A major music event! Brilliant critique of civilization" us: The Finnish Language and the Finnish Opera Boom" Lauren Holmes Frankel, Yale University

"Moses Pergament 'A Wagner for the Jews'" Henrik Rosengren, Lund University

"Swedish Opera in Translation: 'Gustaf Adolf and Ebba Brahe'" Kirsten Rutschman, Duke University

"The Emergence of Danish Opera in the Nineteenth Century" Dan Shore, Xavier University (Louisiana)

"Wagner's Influence on Swedish Opera" Joakim Tillman, Stockholm University

"Burgeoning Modernisms and Multisonant Gestures: Cosmopolitan Identities in Turn-of-the-Century Scandinavia" Ryan Weber, Misericordia University (Pennsylvania)

"Per Nørgård's Tragic Vision: A Comparison of the operas 'Gilgamesh' (1972) and 'Nuit des hommes' (1996) Barry Wiener, The Graduate Center, City University of New York

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

Minority Identites in Flux: The View from Hungary
Peter Laki, Bard College Cordially, Paul-André Bempéchat, President Lyrica Society for Word-Music Relations

http:// www.lyricasociety.org

pabempec at fas.harvard.edu
lyricasociety at aol.com

 

3 mai 201332e Jazz sous les Pommiers

 

La 32e Jazz sous les Pommiers de Coutances ouvre samedi avec Madeleine Peyroux fera sonner jusqu'au 11 mai 400 musiciens professionnels, 950 musiciens amateurs et neuf compagnies de théâtre de rue.

On y entendra Charles Lloyd, Gary Burton, Joshua Redman ou Avishai Cohen, et dans un un hommage à Boby Lapointe, Jean-Marie Machado André Minvielle, Louis Sclavis, Sylvain Beuf, Nicolas Repac.

http://www.jazzsouslespommiers.com

 

3 mai 2013Le Deutsche Oper de Berlin ovationne la soprano Edita Gruberova dans « Lucrezia Borgia » de Donizetti, par Jean-Luc Vannier

Edita GruberovaEdita Gruberova (Lucrezia Borgia). Photographie Bettina Stöss.

Il ne s'agissait pourtant pas d'un concert d'adieu mais cela en avait toutes les apparences. Une foule compacte se pressait, mercredi 1er mai, au Deutsche Oper de Berlin, pour entendre la soprano colorature Edita Gruberova dans une version de concert de « Lucrezia Borgia ». Créé à la Scala de Milan le 26 décembre 1833 sur un livret de Felice Romani, cet opéra en un prologue et deux actes du compositeur Gaetano Donizetti s'inspire, tout comme le « Rigoletto » de Verdi entendu la veille Bismarck Strasse, d'une pièce à succès de Victor Hugo montée pour la première fois à Paris  en février de la même année. (+) lire la suite

 

 

3 mai 2013Revue de presse musicale du 3 mai 2013

 

(Le Figaro) Boléro à l'Opéra de Paris : une invitation à la transe

(Culturebox) Création : l'Opéra Garnier pris dans la transe du « Boléro »

(Vietnam+) L'orchestre symphonique de Munich va se produire à Hanoi

(France 3) Record de candidats pour le concours des jeunes chefs d'orchestre de septembre prochain

(La Russie d'aujourd'hui) Valery Guerguiev, le célèbre chef d'orchestre russe, souffle ses 60 bougies

(Culturebox) Marseille: le Syrien Omar Souleyman ouvre les festivités à la Villa Méditerranée

(AFP/Le Point) Indochine ne cherche pas le scandale avec son clip sur le harcèlement à l'école

(AFP/Voila) La nouvelle scène du théâtre Mariinski a ouvert ses portes en grande pompe

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