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Lecture | Early Music

Lecture: Early music as a discipline

Date
Monday 15 October 2018
Time
Series
Lecture: Early music as a discipline
Location
Lipsius Building, room 148
Cleveringaplaats 1
2311 BD Leiden

Lecture series “Early Music as Discipline”

In a series of six lectures, Jed Wentz, the Utrecht Early Music Festival’s artistic adviser, will acquaint you with subjects central to the developments in early music worldwide. First lecture starts 15 October!

Early Music Lectures

How has the early music movement developed from the start, and where is it heading? How can today’s musicians manage to find the information necessary to be able to deliver historically sound performances of early music? From what sources do they draw their inspiration?

If you are curious to know the answers to these questions and to hear the personal vision of a committed musician and researcher who has been active in early music for more than thirty years, these Early Music Lectures are for you. In a series of six lectures, in English, organized in collaboration with the Organisatie Oude Muziek, Jed Wentz, the Utrecht Early Music Festival’s artistic adviser, will acquaint you with subjects central to the developments in early music worldwide.

Lecture Monday 15 October 2018

You can either follow the complete series of six lectures or follow a lecture of your preference. The lecture on Monday October 15 will elaborate on An insider’s look at the revival.

General information

Language: English

Lecturer: Jed Wentz

Location: Leiden University – Lipsius, Room 148

Cleveringaplaats 1, 2311 BD Leiden

Entrance fee: 6 colleges: € 102 | Friend € 75

Per lecture: € 17 | Friend € 12,50

Students: free admission, on presentation of your student card. Registration required: r.schneemann@hum.leidenuniv.nl 

In collaboration with Organisatie Oude Muziek.

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