Galina Oestvolskaja: New Perspectives

Het internationaal symposium in het Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, vandaag, vrijdag 27 mei 2011, is hier live te volgen.

The whole of the symposium will be available for on demand viewing via YouTube as from tomorrow, Saturday 28th May.



Live video by Ustream

Programma:

Prof dr Irene Zwiep (Director Institute of Culture and History, University of Amsterdam)
Opening

Alexander Ivashkin, Goldsmiths College, Music Department, University of London
Galina Ustvolskaya: Minimalist or maximalist?

Elmer Schönberger (muziekcriticus, componist, schrijver)
Ustvolskaya in the Netherlands: The Lady with the Hammer

Leo Svirsky (piano)
Galina Ustvolskaya, Piano Sonate nr 6

Olga Panteleeva (PhD student History and Literature of Music, University of California, Berkeley)
The Story of the Sibyl, Metaphors in Music Journalismand Scholarship on Ustvolskaya 1940s-2000s

Elena Nalimova (Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester UK)
Bringing Ustvolskaya’s chamber music tot the next generation. Performance, pedagogy and presentation.

Sander van Maas (University of Amsterdam, University of Utrecht, Depts of Musicology)
The hyperbolic dimension in Ustvolskaya’s music

Anne Veinberg (piano)
Galina Ustvolskaya, Piano Sonata nr. 5

Rachel Jeremiah-Foulds (Goldsmiths College, University of London)
An Esoteric Iconography: Orthodoxy and Devotion in the World of Galina Ustvolskaya

Rokus de Groot (University of Amsterdam, Dept. of Musicology)
Ustvolskaya’s work in the context of the Turn to religion in 20th century new music

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6 Responses to “Galina Oestvolskaja: New Perspectives”

  1. Andrei zegt:

    Thank you very much for this opportunity.
    But the sound is too quiet for Ustvolskaya!
    Could you put the microphone closer to the speakers please?

  2. admin zegt:

    We’re working on the sound, hope it is better now!

  3. Andrei zegt:

    Thank you. At the moment I hear no change. The background noise has almost the same volume as the speech itself. And the sound from the speaker’s macbook is a lot louder. Hope, it will get better!
    And there’s no possibility to see the speaker’s face?

  4. Andrei zegt:

    It’s better now, thank you!

  5. Grandier zegt:

    It’s great to be able to see this symposium online, and I thank you for making it available. But unfortunately it is very difficult to understand what is being said with the low sound level and the reverberation of the room. The playback volume has to be put at the maximum to hear anything, and then whenever there is any accidental sound close to the computer it is extremely loud, which is very annoying and even dangerous if one is using headphones. I would really recommend trying to get the direct sound of the presenters’ microphone from the mixer into the computer line input (or using a soundcard if necessary). The computer’s built in mic just doesn’t work well enough for these situations. The presentations are very interesting, but it’s very frustrating to only be able to understand a fraction of what’s being said. ;)

  6. admin zegt:

    We do have some sound problems indeed, which unfortunately we cannot fix right away. Apologies for that. The YouTube-version no doubt will be much better.

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