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Researching nineteenth century performance practice and applying the findings in performing Brahms’ orchestral music today
Are there elements of the lost performance practice of the nineteenth century that we can rediscover and use to shed new light on the performance of Brahms’ music for orchestra today?
A musical celebration of the 440th dies natalis
On the occasion of the 440th DIES NATALIS, celebrated on Monday 9 February, Leiden University proudly awarded an Honorary Doctorate to William Christie, renowned harpsichordist, conductor, musicologist and teacher, and the foremost pioneer in the renewed appreciation of Baroque music in France, notably
Anne Sytske Keijser
Faculty of Humanities