Dr. Anna Scott keynote speaker at SYMPOSIUM – CORRECT, BUT NOT BEAUTIFUL PERFORMANCE
From 27 to 29 September 2018 the Symposium 'Correct, but not beautiful performance: Deciphering the hidden messages in 19th-century notation' will take place at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Dr. Anna Scott will be one of the keynote speakers.
Anna Scott (pianist-researcher) teaches and supervises Masters and PhD students at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague (NL), Leiden University and the Orpheus Institute. Her presentation will involve looking at the issue of 19th century notation from the point of view of Scott’s work embodying the early recordings of the Brahms-Schumann circle of pianists.
This three-day Symposium brings together musicians (both professionals and students) interested in exploring the hidden messages in 19th-century notation and in experimentally applying well-documented 19th-century expressive practices in performance.
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