Symposium | Beethoven's Sacred Music in Context

Event time: 
Friday, May 1, 2015 - 1:00pm to 6:00pm
Sterling Memorial Library (SML), Auditorium See map
128 Wall Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Event description: 

An afternoon symposium presented in conjunction with the Schola/Juilliard performance of Beethoven’s Mass in C in New Haven and New York.


12:45 PM Check-in

Welcome and Introduction
Markus Rathey, Yale University

1:15 De-Secularizing Beethoven
The Tangeman Lecture
Daniel K.L. Chua, Hong Kong University
2:15 Coffee break
2:30 Beethoven’s Josephinist Environment: Austrian Catholicism in the Late Enlightenment
Franz Szabo, University of Alberta
3:15 The Sources of Beethoven’s Religious Views
Nicholas Chong, Columbia University
4:00 Coffee break
4:15 Late Beethoven as Oracle: Sullivan, Huxley, and the 1927 Gramophone
James Hepokoski, Yale University
5:00 Remodeling the Liturgy: Uwe Scholz’s Große Messe
Eftychia Papanikolaou, Bowling Green State University
5:45 Final discussion and closing remarks
6:00 Symposium ends


Open to: 
General Public