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Early Music from the East and the West: Reusing the Past in a Modern Context

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Early Music from the East and the West: Reusing the Past in a Modern Context

Time: May 20, 2020 from 10am to 4:30pm
Location: Escola Superior de Música
City/Town: Lisbon
Website or Map: https://cesem.fcsh.unl.pt/en/…
Event Type: workshop, in, composition
Organized By: Elsa De Luca
Latest Activity: Mar 5

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Ivan Moody

Composer, Priest of the Orthodox Church

CESEM – FCSH Universidade Nova de Lisboa

10:00– 11:15, Pequeno auditório

The East in the West: Working with sacred chant in a modern context

In this lecture I will discuss my approach to working with Eastern Orthodox chant as a foundational element in my compositional strategy, and the question of the interaction between contemporary musical language and the employment of musical languages from the past.

15:00 – 16:30

Workshop (in Portuguese)

Composers are invited to bring their work to discuss, in an informal workshop format, whether or not it relates to the topic covered in the morning.

Litha Efthymiou

Lecturer in composition

University of West London

11:45 – 13:00, Pequeno auditório

Reimagining the Old Hispanic Liturgy

Dr Efthymiou will discuss her musical compositions that emerged from working within an interdisciplinary team at the University of Bristol between the years 2013-17. These works take as their starting point various aspects of the Old Hispanic Liturgy.

The workshop is organised by Elsa De Luca and it is part of the ESML Composition Week (18-22 May 2020).

More info here.

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