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Interdisciplinary Christian Wolff Symposium
Interdisciplinary Christian Wolff Symposium
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4/24/13, 1:00 AM
Conrad Prebys Music Center, Recital Hall
Conrad Prebys Music Center, San Diego, CA 92161, USA
About

On Tuesday, April 23, UCSD’s Department of Music will host a public symposium on the life and work of acclaimed 20th-century composer, Christian Wolff (http://eamusic.dartmouth.edu/~wolff/). The composer will be joined in public discussion by a panel of five distinguished faculty members:

  

Michael Davidson (Literature)

Charles Curtis (Music)

Roger Reynolds (Music)

Yolande Snaith (Theater & Dance)

Babette Mangolte (Visual Arts)

 

The symposium begins with a live performance of Wolff’s music - including Duo for Two Violins performed with two cellos by Jennifer Bewerse and Charles Curtis - followed by introductions of panel members and their questions. The composer will have a period to respond to these topics, after which, the panel will rejoin him for discussion , after which the floor will be opened to the audience.

Interdisciplinary Christian Wolff Symposium

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Interdisciplinary Christian Wolff Symposium

Time & Location

Apr 23, 2013, 6:00 PM

Conrad Prebys Music Center, Recital Hall, Conrad Prebys Music Center, San Diego, CA 92161, USA

About

On Tuesday, April 23, UCSD’s Department of Music will host a public symposium on the life and work of acclaimed 20th-century composer, Christian Wolff (http://eamusic.dartmouth.edu/~wolff/). The composer will be joined in public discussion by a panel of five distinguished faculty members:

  

Michael Davidson (Literature)

Charles Curtis (Music)

Roger Reynolds (Music)

Yolande Snaith (Theater & Dance)

Babette Mangolte (Visual Arts)

 

The symposium begins with a live performance of Wolff’s music - including Duo for Two Violins performed with two cellos by Jennifer Bewerse and Charles Curtis - followed by introductions of panel members and their questions. The composer will have a period to respond to these topics, after which, the panel will rejoin him for discussion , after which the floor will be opened to the audience.