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Conference on Ligeti in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

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Nicholas Cook <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 1 Apr 2018 16:09:40 +0100

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The Association “Transylvania Art and Science”, Cluj-Napoca, Romania in collaboration with Gheorghe Dima Music Academy Cluj-Napoca  
is pleased to announce the International Conference

Ligeti: a Portrait with Reich and Riley

hosted at “I. Lapedatu” Hall of the National Bank of Romania, on 21 and 22 May, 2018. The event is organised within the Festival A Tribute to György Ligeti in his Native Transylvania (2nd edition, directed by Bianca Ţiplea Temeş).
 
The conference brings together contributors from Europe and the U.S., aiming to provide a scientific snapshot of musical minimalism, on the occasion of Ligeti´s 95th anniversary. Taking its title from one of Ligeti’s iconic pieces for two pianos - Selbsportrait mit Reich und Riley (und Chopin ist auch dabei) - the conference will provide an insight into the subject of minimalism in Eastern and Western music, and its impact on Ligeti’s work. 
The papers encompass a wide range of topics on Ligeti, Reich, Riley, Nancarrow, Kurtág, as well as various Romanian and Hungarian composers. The conference concludes with the presentation of the new book György Ligeti's Cultural Identities, with the editors Amy Bauer and Márton Kerékfy. 

We welcome participants from abroad to attend this event. If interested, please send an email to the following address, mentioning your name and affiliation: [log in to unmask] As places are limited, applications will be considered in the order of their receipt. While attending the conference, participants will have a unique opportunity to stay in the culturally dynamic city of Cluj in the heart of Transylvania, where Ligeti started to study music.

Conference program: 
Kofi Agawu - keynote speaker (Princeton University): Rethinking Ligeti’s African Affiliations
Amy Bauer (University of California Irvine): Codes, Constraints, and the Composition of Failure in Ligeti’s Keyboard Works
Manfred Stahnke (Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg): The Maximal Music of Ligeti
Felix Meyer (Paul Sacher Foundation Basel): Mr. Hide and Dr. Seek: Conlon Nancarrow Meets György Ligeti
Pavel Puscas (Gh. Dima Music Academy Cluj-Napoca): Maximalism vs. Minimalism. Ligeti and/or Kurtág
Pierre Michel (Université de Strasbourg): Melody, Repetition and Periodicity as Symbols for a Certain Period beyond Cultural Differences. A Study of Parallelisms between Ligeti, Reich and Riley
Keith Potter (Goldsmith University London): Tonality and Harmony in Steve Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians: what the Composer’s Sketchbooks Tell Us
Anna Dalos (Institute for Musicology, Research Center for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences): Experimentalism and Popularity: Young Hungarian Composers on the Path of Minimalism in the 1980s 
Bianca Țiplea Temeș (Gh. Dima Music Academy, Cluj-Napoca): Out of the loop? Romanian Minimalism
Anca Mihuț (Gh. Dima Music Academy Cluj-Napoca): Practices and Theories in the Minimalist Type Stage Setting
Vlad Văidean (National University of Music Bucharest): Hearing Voices: Speech Melody as Technique and Emotion in Steve Reich’s Music

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