Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) 300th Anniversary Festival

O'Loghlin, Michael (2014) Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) 300th Anniversary Festival. Brisbane, QLD, Australia, UQ Node Centre for the History of Emotions.

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Author O'Loghlin, Michael
Title Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) 300th Anniversary Festival
Place of publication Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Publisher UQ Node Centre for the History of Emotions
Publication date 2014-05-04
Total pages 1 Curated festival
Language eng
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Subject Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibition/Event - Festival
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The festival involved collaborations between scholar/performers from four universities, professional Baroque specialist musicians, professional soloists, an elite choir, 32 vocal and instrumental students from UQ, the UQ node of the ARC Centre for the History of the Emotions, and the Packard Humanities Institute, who provided scores prior to their publication in the CPE Bach Complete Works. Initiated, devised and organised by O’Loghlin, the festival was possibly Australia’s most significant contribution to the worldwide CPE Bach celebrations.
Additional Notes The festival comprised two concerts showing the diversity of Bach’s output and a seminar, “CPE Bach and his Circles.” One concert was the first orchestral performance in Australia of a major oratorio by Bach The Resurrection and Ascension, involving UQ students, the Brisbane Chamber Choir and soloists conducted by O’Loghlin in St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane. The other presented instrumental and vocal chamber music by Bach and his circle, also including several first Australian performances. This concert was performed by the Badinerie Players on original instruments, with Dr Rosalind Halton (Newcastle U) as harpsichord soloist and O’Loghlin as conductor in a cantata and performer in the other works. The seminar was organised with the UQ node of the ARC Centre for the History of the Emotions, involving papers from O’Loghlin, supported by Prof Peter Roennfeldt (Griffith U), and from Dr Jan Stockigt (U Melbourne). O’Loghlin gained $5500 sponsorship towards the $8500 budget.

 
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