Modernist Musics and Political Aesthetics conference
8th-10th April 2015, University of Nottingham, UK
Modernist Musics and Political Aesthetics is a three-day conference bringing together international scholars to develop understanding of the convergences between modernism, music and politics. A full schedule is attached.
Wednesday 8th April, 1pm: Prof Christopher Norris (University of Cardiff)
‘A Verse-Epistle to Mr Philip Glass, with sundry reflecitons on the revolt against modernism’
Thursday 9th April, 2pm: Dr Emma Sutton (University of St Andrews)
‘Music and Modernism beyond the High Modernist Canon’
Friday 10th April, 12pm: Dr Scott W. Klein (Wake Forest University)
‘The Beethoven Freeze: Classical Music and Modernist Containment from Klimt to Godard’
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