Expelled, persecuted, banned – European music and the consequences of National Socialism

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A seminar of the exil.arte Center offered for all fields of study as optional subject

Lecturers: a.o. Univ.-Prof. DDr. h.c. Gerold Gruber, Dr. Ulrike Anton, Dr. Michael Haas

OBJECTIVES

  • show the plurality of music that was prevented and destroyed by the Nazi seizure of power
  • describe the interaction between culture and politics
  • rediscover the repertoire lost by the National Socialists
  • analysis to concentration camp – emigration – exile – post-war period

 RESULTS

  • Students should be given a comprehensive knowledge of the complexity of music creation
  • Dealing with mostly forgotten composers and their works
  • Analysis of musical trends and different styles
  • Effects of politics, religion and the social environment on cultural creation
  • Students should discover new repertoire for themselves

PROSPECT

  • Getting to know unknown repertoire
  • Awareness of cultural responsibility
  • Influence of migration on the exile countries
  • Analysis from today’s point of view
  • Scientific and artistic interpretation in accordance
  • Analysis of different styles
  • Adaptation to the respective field of study

The lecture takes place on the following dates from 1 pm to 4 pm at the exil.arte Center, room A 0146, 1st floor, Lothringerstraße 18:

27.11.2019
08.01.2020
15.01.2020
22.01.2020
29.01.2020

Registration online!