This collaborative conferences, German Song Onstage 1770-1914, organised by the Royal College of Music, the University of Oxford, and the German Historical Institute, London, explores the history of the public musical concert as an artistic, cultural and social phenomenon, specifically through the role of German song. The three days include public talks, workshops and concerts, at both the RCM and Wigmore Hall.
Natasha Loges, Royal College of Music
Laura Tunbridge, Oxford University
Andreas Gestrich, German Historical Institute London
In addition to the events below, there will be a programme of conference papers taking place over the three days in the RCM's Inner Parry Room. Click here to view the Draft Conference Schedule for full details.
The Oxford Song Network: Poetry and Performance
Unlocking Late Schumann
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