Sixth International Geelvinck Fortepiano Symposium

12 augustus 2019 | 10.00 uur | Muziek Museum Zutphen, Zutphen
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This international scientific symposium concerning historical informed performance on original historic pianos and related instruments from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries, aims to bring together professional practitioners, musicians, music historians, musical instrument curators, restorers, piano tuners and technicians, builders of historical key-board instruments, collectors and connoisseurs, for lecture-recitals, paper presentations and discussion on new developments and finds. Please note: English spoken

 

 

Participants:

Prof. Andrew Kirkman,
Dr. Michael Tsalka,
Dr. Jurn Buisman,
Ms. Tae-Young Kim,
Ms. Marina Rodriguez,
Prof. Joao Josep Gutierrez Yzquierdo,
Prof. Wolfgang Brunner,
Mr. Hrjove Jugovic,
Ms. Yana Borisova                               

Instruments:         

Zumpe Square Piano, c. 1769
Collard & Collard fortepiano, c. 1840-1850
Heilmann fortepiano, c. 1785-7190

Venue:

Geelvinck Music Museum Zutphen
Zaadmarkt 88
7201DE Zutphen
Netherlands

 

10h00 a.m. Door open (registration)
10h30 a.m. Start of the conference

 

SIXTH INTERNATIONAL GEELVINCK FORTEPIANO SYMPOSIUM

The symposium will be recorded.  Watch program and video’s of the 2018 edition.

 

SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE

Moderator: Dr. Michael Tsalka (Israel/Netherlands)

10h00 Registration Opens: coffee/tea

10h30 IN SEARCH OF LOST FORTEPIANOS:
LINKS TO THE MUSIC SALON

Introduction by Dr. Michael Tsalka

10h40 Lecture by Prof. Joan Gutiérrez Yzquierdo
Conservatorio de Sant Cugat, Barcelona
The Muzio Clementi Association of Barcelona and its Piano Search Project

11h10 Lecture-Recital by Hrjove Jugović (Austria/Croatia):
Romantic Salon Music: Some Aspects of its Origins

11h40 Lecture-Recital by Ms. Marina Rodríguez-Bría (Barcelona, Spain)
The Contribution of Muzio Clementi to the History of Music

12h10 Coffee break

12h25 Presentation Research Paper* by Dr. Jurn Buisman
gen. director, Museum Geelvinck / Geelvinck Music Museums
Small Musical Instrument Museums in the Netherlands:
Colaboration, a must for future survival 

12:50  Presentation by Prof. Wolfgang Brunner
director Mozarteum (Salzburg, Austria)
Appoggiaturas in Mozart’s Lieder:
Discussion of Divergent Possibilities

13h15 Lunch break

13h45 NEW OUTLOOKS ON FORTEPIANO REPERTOIRE

13h50 Lecture by Ms. Yana Borisova (Bulgaria/Netherlands)
The Pianola: An Invention of Greatest Importance to the Musical Arts 

14h15 Lecture-Recital by Ms. Aspasia Nasopoulou
composer, Greece/Netherlands
in collaboration: Dr. Michael Tsalka & Dr. Angélica Minero Escobar
3*2 Six New Pieces for Historical Keyboards:
Based on the Rubalyats of Omar Khayyám

14h45 Lecture-Recital by Ms. Tae-Young Kim (Korea/Netherlands):
Lodovico Giustini’s Sonatas for Piano e Forte: A Novel Compositional Response to Cristofori’s Invention

15h20 Lecture by Prof. Andrew Kirkman (Birmingham University, U.K.)
in collaboration: Dr. Michael Tsalka
‘Hans, my son’: Hummel’s Mozart Transcriptions.
Between Pupil’s Devotion and Pianist’s Craft

16h10 Refreshments and informal discussions in the Blue Room

The symposium ends around 17h00

 

Suggested:
20h00 Concert by prof. Wolfgang Brunner on the Heilmann fortepiano c.1785
Perspectives from the Mozarteum
Please note: this concert is not part of the symposium. Please register separately here

 

 

 



Locatie

Muziek Museum Zutphen

Het Geelvinck Muziek Museum opende op 30 juni 2017 zijn deuren in Huis De Wildeman (voorheen Museum Henriëtte Polak), pal in de historische binnenstad van Zutphen. Dit imposante patriciërshuis met zijn eind 18e eeuwse klassieke gevel, stamt uit de late middeleeuwen. De stijlkamers met historische fortepiano's ademen de sfeer van Beethoven's tijd. Aan deze iconische componist, die volgens sommigen in Zutphen werd geboren, is de tentoonstelling op de 1e verdieping gewijd. Op de 2e verdieping – bij het open depot met restauratieatelier – bevindt zich een schuilkapel uit 1628. Regelmatig vinden er concerten op historische piano's uit de 18e en 19e eeuw plaats.

Zaadmarkt 88
7201 DE Zutphen
020-6390747 / 0642228300

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