Musicology

Henry J. Bruman Summer Chamber Music Festival: Strings of Kaleidoscope

Strings of Kaleidoscope

Ambroise Aubrun, violin
Reina Inui, violin
Virginie d’Avezac de Castéra, viola
Kevin Hsu, viola
Mia Barcia-Colombo, cello
Michael Kaufman, cello

Program

Oliver David Lewin
Dialogues

Gotham: Night
Allegro assai
In the Name of the Dead

Eugène Ysaÿe (1858–1931)
Trio for Two Violins and Viola (“Le Londres”)

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840–1893)
Souvenir de Florence, op. 70

Henry J. Bruman Summer Chamber Music Festival: Felici Ensemble

Felici Ensemble

Rebecca Hang, violin
Robert Brophy, viola
Brian Schuldt, cello

Program

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1828)
String Trio in G Major, op. 9, no. 1

Adagio — Allegro con brio
Adagio ma non tanto e cantabile
Scherzo — Allegro
Presto

Ernö Dohnányi (1877–1960)
Serenade for String Trio in C Major, op. 10

Marcia. Allegro
Romanza. Adagio non troppo, quasi andante
Scherzo. Vivace
Rondo. Allegro vivace

Henry J. Bruman Summer Chamber Music Festival: Aster String Quartet

Aster String Quartet

Anna Corcoran, violin
Rachel Carpenter, violin
Virginie d’Avezac de Castéra, viola
David Mason, cello

Program

John Cage (1912–1992)
String Quartet in Four Parts

Quietly Flowing Along — Summer
Slowly Rocking — Autumn
Nearly Stationary — Winter
Quodlibet — Spring

Franz Schubert (1797–1828)
String Quartet No. 14 in D Minor, D. 810 (“Death and the Maiden”)

Allegro
Andante con moto
Scherzo. Allegro motto — Trio
Presto

Henry J. Bruman Summer Chamber Music Festival: iPalpiti Soloists

iPalpiti Artists International, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1997 by Eduard and Laura Schmieder, world-renowned violinists and music educators. With the support of distinguished legendary musicians, iPalpiti discovers and promotes talented young professional artists from around the globe. The iPalpiti Orchestra, founded by Eduard Schmieder in 1991, became the flagship ensemble of iPalpiti Artists International.

Anthem: Remixing Race and Nation

A public symposium taking a critical view of 2016 through a controversial song that announced a cultural turn toward a Trump presidency: “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Featured guests will include NFL quarterback and activist Colin Kaepernick, whose refusal to stand during the playing of the national anthem caused a national firestorm of debate, as well as Rene Marie, a jazz vocalist whose 2008 performance of the anthem in advance of the Democratic National Convention combined the tune of “The Star-Spangled Banner” with the lyrics of the Negro National Anthem “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing.” Event

Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, Professor of English, Emory University; and Karen Nakamura, Professor of Anthropology and Chair of Disability Studies, UC Berkeley

The award provides funding to host Rosemarie Garland-Thomson and Karen Nakamura as part of UCLA Disability Studies' conference on Disability as Spectacle. This interdisciplinary conference aims to stimulate a discussion around how society constructs, reacts, and embraces or rejects visible and invisible disabilities in the public sphere. As visibility continues to increase in popular culture, scholars will need to confront a changing landscape in which (some) disabilities are de-stigmatized while others are prevented from participating in the new visibility.

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