Course on musical analysis: modernity and postmodernity before J. S. Bach’s legacy
22 de June a 24 de June

Course on musical analysis: modernity and postmodernity before J. S. Bach’s legacy

Dates:

From 22 June to 24 June

Locations:

Espacio V Centenario

Hours:

30

Seats:

20

Price:

From 100€ to 140 €

Participants

Students of History and music sciences, students and newly graduates of professional teachings in music. Music teachers, researchers, performers, and all those interested in the contents of the course.

 

Coordinator

Marina Hervás Muñoz

 

Teaching staff

Ramón del Castillo, Ugo Fellone, Luis Gago, Marina Hervás, Teresa López, Rubén López Cano, Sander van Maas, Anna Margules, Andrea Moore (online)

 

Contents

On the occasion of the celebration in the framework of the 71 International Festival of Music and Dance of Granada of several performances that, from different perspectives, go through J. S. Bach’s music, this course will think about the return of music by Johann Sebastian Bach in music of 20 and 21 centuries.

Dates and timetable

 

June 22 to 24, in morning and afternoon sessions

 

Venue

Espacio V Centenario (tbc)

 

Hours

 

30

 

In addition to face-to-face classes, participants are kindly requested to write a review about the course, containing from 3 to 5 bibliographic mentions. This writing will be sent by e-mail to cursos@granadafestival.org within 10 days after the end of the course.

 

Fees:  € 140

Students from Spanish public universities and conservatories: € 100

 

(For invoking special fees it is compulsory to provide the organization of the courses with a document proving the condition of enrolled student during the course 2021-2022)

Scholarships

Grants offered by the organisation of the Courses: applications may be made, within the deadline for registrations,  for grants covering fees. For further information please see the enrollment conditions of this website

AIE, the Spanish management entity for music performers and executant musicians offers grants for active participants in some activities of the Manuel de Falla Courses, this course included. Deadline for applications is April 22nd at 6pm. More information at www.aie.es

Only one type of grant can be obtained by the applicants

 

Seats

20

 

Selection process

 

Places will be covered by order of reception of complete applications than must include a résumé. Succesful applicants will be notified by e-mail.

 

Deadline for registrations

 

May 17th at 2pm

 

 

With the collaboration of

Department of History and Music Sciences. University of Granada