Lutosławski at 100, a mini-conference: "Lutosławski and Instrumental Drama - Calamity in Postwar Music."
10:00 am: Continental breakfast;
10:30 am: Daniel Strong Godfrey (Syracuse University), “Understanding Lutosławski's Approach to Controlled Aleatory through the Perspective of Temporal ‘Viewing Range’”;
11:00 am: José Oliveira Martins (Eastman School of Music), "Stacking Harmonies, Closing Spaces: Lutosławski's Chromatic Modality in Works of the 1950s and '60s";
11:30 am: Michael Klein (Temple University), “Lutosławski's String Quartet: Mourning, Melancholia, and the Crisis of Dispersion.”
Sponsored by the Department of Music; co-sponsored by the Society for the Humanities and the Central New York Humanities Corridor, from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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