Music Theorist in residence 2016:

18-21 May 2016: Julian Horton (Durham University).

 

NEXT MUSIC THEORIST IN RESIDENCE:  Mark Butler, Northwestern University, "Analyzing Electronic Dance Music", Amsterdam 23-24 March 2015.

PREVIOUS EVENTS:

MUSIC THEORIST IN RESIDENCE 2014 AMSTERDAM

Professor Robert Wason, Eastman School of Music (Rochester, NY USA)

Tuesday 27 May, Conservatory of Amsterdam (CvA)
16.00 - 18.00: Analysis workshop on the work of Ludwig Thuille and Richard Strauss: A comparative analysis of two settings of Die Nacht
CvA (Ensemblezaal)

18.30 - 20.00: General meeting of the VvM
CvA (room 445)

Wednesday 28 May, Conservatorium van Amsterdam (CvA) / University of Amsterdam (UvA)

Bill Evans analysis workshop, CvA (room 803 the whole day)
10.00 - 11.00: Introductory lecture on Bill Evanss career and musical output
11.30 - 13.00: Analysis workshop 1, Evans’s tunes
14.00 - 15.30: Analysis workshop 2, Evans’s improvisations
Wednesday evening (starting at around 18.00): Lecture at the UvA. "An Interpretive Dialogue: Two Settings of Hermann Lingg’s “Lied” by Johannes Brahms and Ludwig Thuille. [a comparative analysis of Thuille Die Verlassene with Brahmss Immer Leise]

MUSIC THEORIST IN RESIDENCE 2014 GHENT/LEUVEN

Harald KREBS (University of Victoria, Canda), Analyzing the Romantic Lied

Preliminary Program

April 24 – Orpheus Institut, Ghent  - The Late Songs of Robert Schumann

Seminar 1: 10-12 AM

Selections from op. 79

Selections from op. 98a

Seminar 2: 14-16 PM

Selections from op. 104

Selections from op. 135

April 25 – University of Leuven, Leuven – Deceptive Simplicity in Lieder

Seminar 1: 10-12 AM

Lang, “Das Ständchen,” op. 43 no. 2

R. Schumann, op. 48 no. 13; op. 90 no. 6?

Seminar 2: 14-16 PM

R. Schumann, “Schlaraffenland” from op. 79; op. 135 no. 2

R. Strauss, “Ich trage meine Minne,” op. 32 no. 1