Saturday, March 29, 2014

SYMPOSIUM: Beethoven, Op. 132: New Perspectives at Boston University, April 8-9

Posted on behalf of the Beethoven Research Center at Boston University

The Beethoven Research Center at Boston University presents
Beethoven's String Quartet in A Minor, op. 132: New Perspectives,
A Symposium, Open Workshop, Public Lecture, and Performance
April 8-9, 2014

William Kinderman, Professor of Music and Germanic Studies,
University of Illinois
David Levy, Professor of Music & Associate Dean for Faculty
Governance, Wake Forest University
Lewis Lockwood, Distinguished Senior Scholar; Co-Director, Beethoven
Research Center
Jeremy Yudkin, Professor of Music; Co-Director, Beethoven Research Center
Peter Zazofsky, Professor of Violin, Muir String Quartet

Tuesday, April 8, 2-5 PM  The Marshall Room, 855 Commonwealth Ave.
SYMPOSIUM ON OP. 132 with William Kinderman, David Levy, Jeremy
Yudkin, and Lewis Lockwood

Wednesday, April 9, 12-2 PM  The Concert Hall, 855 Commonwealth Ave.
OPEN WORKSHOP with Student String Quartet, coached by Peter Zazofsky
with input from symposium scholars

Wednesday, April 9, 8 PM  The Concert Hall, 855 Commonwealth Ave.
PUBLIC LECTURE by William Kinderman, "'Feeling New Strength':
Beethoven's op. 132 and the Ninth Symphony"
PERFORMANCE of the String Quartet, op. 132, with BU students Tammy
Wang & Christine Choi, violin, Jihee Han, viola, and Alexis Lee, cello

All events are free and open to the public.

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