'Look Again' - Online Seminar

We invite scholars, performers, students and teachers interested in historical performance practices for a day of discussions, lectures, performances and research presentations on renewed approaches and recent (re)discoveries on the performance practices of late 17th and early 18th century Italian music.

Keynote Peter Van Heyghen: ‘Niccolò Jommelli’s Perché dall’alta Reggia (Rome, 1747): An exceptionally well-documented Work of extraordinary Proportions’

Marc Vanscheeuwijck: 'The "Violoncello" in Baroque Italy? Not exactly What we have been Thinking'
Bettina Hoffmann: '“Violone, e Violoncello piano senza Cembali” Vivaldi's instrumental dosage of basso continuo'
Catalina Vicens: 'The Tagliavini Collection - treasuring Italian historical keyboard instruments'

Research presentations
Javier Lupiáñez: '“Wild and eccentric”. Ornamenting in the style of Vivaldi'
Enrico Gatti: 'Dances for ears'
Benoît Laurent: '“So sweet Martini claims Attention here…” Some new light on Giuseppe Sammartini’s biography and repertoire, and how to perform his solo sonatas'
Inês d'Avena: 'Trills under the magnifying glass: their use, notation and execution'
Claudio Ribeiro: 'Left-hand figures in late Baroque Italian music for solo keyboard: evidence-based possibilities for performance'

Video performances
Roberto Cornacchioni Alegre: 'Partimenti realizations from the Bolognese school'
Faythe Vollrath: 'Interpreting and Imitating Nature in the Music of Poglietti'

The seminar will take place online via Zoom. The link to join will be made available upon registration.

Registration is now open

Questions? flautocembalo@gmail.com

Download the full programme and schedule here.

This seminar is organized by Inês d'Avena and Claudio Ribeiro as part of the Lectorate 'Music, Education & Society' of the Royal Conservatoire The Hague, as an ARC-session in collaboration with the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts of Leiden University.



5 november 2021 10.00 - 17:30



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Registration is now open: www.avenaribeiro.com/seminar

The seminar will take place online via Zoom. The link to join will be made available upon registration.