Fanny Henselsaal

Thursday, 04th of August 2022

09.30 to 13.00 Cluster „The Vocal Oevre of Exil Composers“ – Gerold Gruber
09.30 to 10.00 Thomas Hampson discusses his commitment and experience with composers banned by the Nazis
10.05 to 10.20 The Songoutput of the Austro-American Composer Erich Zeisl – Katharina Rössner
10.25 to 10.40 Text-Music Relationships in Selected Lieder of Erich Wolfgang Korngold – Diane Burt
10.45 to 11.00 Condemned Cosmopolitanism in Russian Art Song – Katherine Petersen
11.05 to 11.35 Wilhelm Grosz – A Song in Exile Bainac, Josipa - Hausknecht, David
11.40 to 11.55 Exiled Composer Egon Lustgarten: Spirituality and tikkun olam in His Post-Emigration Music – Alexa Rodda
12.00 to 12.15 Walter Bricht – The Man and His Songs – Kate Johnson
12.20 to 12.35 Life and Vocal Works by Robert Fürstenthal – Kelly Riordon
12.40 to 13.00 Faded Voices - Forgotten Songs. Ways to approach unknown repertoire - Judith Kopecky

15.00 to 17.00 Topic COMPOSERS
15.00 to 15.30 Lecture Recital: The Lieder and Arias of Heinrich Marscher (1795-1861); Jeffrey Williams - Jennifer McGuire
15.30 to 16.00 Early Frost by Richard Auldon Clark with the Manhattan Contemporary Chamber Ensemble - Alissa Rose
16.30 to 17.00 Souvenance: Mélodies of César Franck - Amy Pfrimmer

Friday, the 05th of August

09.30 to 13.00 Cluster „Female Composers from the 19th Century“ – Annegret Huber
09.30 to 10.15 Locating – Advocating
Rannveig Braga-Postl (singer)
Thérèse Lindquist (pianist – accompanist)
Susanne Wosnitzka (musicologist), interviewed by Annegret Huber
10.15 to 10.45 Salon Savvy: The Chamber Operas of Pauline Viardot as a Vehicle for Performance and Pedagogy - Lydia Bechtel
10.45 to 11.30 The Voice teacher’s role in visibilizing 19th Century Art Song by Women Composers
Helen Tintes-Schuermann
Anna Tonna
Chanda VanderHart
11.30 to 11.50 „Könnt ich zu den Wäldern flüchten“. Song Cycles of Fanny Hensel and Ingeborg von Bronsart
Catherine Compton (soprano)
Allan Armstrong (piano)
12:00 to 12.45 Didactics – Dissemination
Catherine Compton (author of “19th-century Lieder by Women Composers: A Pedagogical Anthology for Young Singers“)
Johannes Geppert (mdw’s project leader “Compendium of vocal literature by women composers”)
N.N. (representative of publishing house Furore Verlag Kassel)

15.00 to 18.30 Topic GLOBAL
15.00 to 15.30 Intercultural Dialogue: Giving a Voice to Indigenous People – Christian Bester
15.30 to 16.00 Black American Music Voice Pedagogy: What Voice Teachers Should Know – Trineice Robinson-Martin
16.00 to 16.45 Brazilian CCM Music -Theory and practice – Joana Mariz
16.45 to 17.15 American Operetta – Alta Boover Dantzler
17.15 to 18.15 Master class of Iberian and Latin American art song repertoire - Patricia Caicedo

Saturday, the 06th of August

09.30 to 13.00 Topic GLOBAL
09.30 to 10.00 The Sounds of Brazilian Portuguese and the Main Pitfalls for Non-native Singers – Juliana Franco
10.00 to 10.30 Easy Breezy Russian Diction – Jeanette Fontaine; Roza Tulyaganova
10.30 to 11.15 Beyond Bossa Nova: The Hybrid Singer in South-American Vocal Styles – Luciano Simões Silva
11.15 to 11.45

Music as Therapy: The Case for Cross-Cultural Understanding and Collaboration – Meegan Hussain