Posted on February 1, 2012 by Christopher Thrall

Hosted by Professor Kathleen Corcoran and Dr. Alex Carpenter Augustana voice students will perform in an “up close and personal” setting to approximate the intimate experience of early 19th century salon music. Discuss recent investigations into Schubert’s sexuality: Does/should a composer’s sexuality matter? What relationships exist between a composer’s sexuality and his work? What might …

Hosted by Professor Kathleen Corcoran and Dr. Alex Carpenter

Augustana voice students will perform in an “up close and personal” setting to approximate the intimate experience of early 19th century salon music. Discuss recent investigations into Schubert’s sexuality: Does/should a composer’s sexuality matter? What relationships exist between a composer’s sexuality and his work? What might that mean to performers?

Wednesday, February 1st at 8 pm  |  Classroom A-024



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