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Programme

Wednesday 6th August 2003

 

2:30-4:00pm Registration & Orientation 

 

4:00-5:00pm Tea Served at Emmanuel United Reformed Church 

 

5:00-6:15pm Recital

Unaccompanied Bach

Paul Robertson (violin) 
Emmanuel United Reformed Church : Cambridge Music Festival 

 

6:30pm Dinner

Trinity Hall Dining Hall  

 

8:00pm Concert

Okeanos: Lucy Wakeford (harp) & Jinny Shaw (oboe)

Nigel Osborne: World Premiere Dialogue (2003) 

Walter Kugler introduces an Exhibition of Rudolf Steiner's Blackboard Drawings.
Michael House: St. Michael's Past & Present, Trinity Street, Cambridge  

 

Thursday 7th August 2003 

 

Morning Lectures
9:30-10:30/45am The Art of Listening to Music and the Word 

Heinz Zimmermann

 

10:45am Coffee

Trinity Hall Junior Common Room 

 

11:15am-12:30/45pm The Sacred Music of Personal Sacrifice

Nigel Osborne 
 

1:00pm Lunch

Trinity Hall Dining Hall 

2:00-4:00pm Afternoon Workshops

1) Bach Project: Paul Robertson, Maren Stott, Robin Stokoe & Alan Stott 
2) 12 Signs of the Zodiac: Ursula Zimmermann & Heinz Zimmermann 
3) Gregorian Chant: Mary Berry   
4) Sacred Music for Choir: Anne Ayre 
5) Active Listening: Sacred Music in Performance: Howard Skempton, Virginia Gilmer, Gregers Brinch & Brian Dawes

 

4:00pm Tea

Trinity Hall Junior Common Room

5:00-6:15pm Concert

 World Premiere: Song-cycle of Emerson's Poems: Music, Brahma, Pan & Xenophanes (2003)

Paul Hillier (baritone), Else Torp (soprano) & Howard Skempton Howard Skempton

Little St Mary's Church: Cambridge Music Festival

This performance replaces Works in Progress for 2003.

 

6:30pm Dinner

Trinity Hall Dining Hall

 

8:00pm Sacred Movement: Eurythmy/ Dance Performance
Maren Stott: Tone Eurythmy  
Diana Fischer: Sacred Texts
Ursula Zimmermann: 12 Signs of the Zodiac 
Bach Alan Stott (piano) & Paul Robertson (violin)
Slavic Michaelmas (2001) by Eric Klein (violin)

Emmanuel United Reformed Church 

 

Friday 8th August 2003 

 

Morning Lectures
9:30-10:30/45am The Unveiling of Revelation 
Mary Berry

 

10:45am Coffee

Trinity Hall Junior Common Room 

 

11:15am-12:30/50pm Emerson's Philosophy

Joel Myerson

 

1:00pm Lunch

Trinity Hall Dining Hall 

 

2:00-3:30pm Afternoon Workshops
1) Bach Project: Paul Robertson, Maren Stott, Robin Stokoe & Alan Stott 
2) 12 Signs of the Zodiac: Ursula Zimmermann & Heinz Zimmermann 
3) Gregorian Chant: Mary Berry 
4) Sacred Music for Choir: Anne Ayre 
5) Active Listening:Sacred Music in Performance: Howard Skempton, Virginia Gilmer, Gregers Brinch 
& Brian Dawes

 

3:30pm Tea

Trinity Hall Junior Common Room 

 

4:00-5:30pm Afternoon Workshops 
1) Bach Project: Paul Robertson, Maren Stott, Robin Stokoe & Alan Stott 
2) 12 Signs of the Zodiac: Ursula Zimmermann & Heinz Zimmermann 
3) Gregorian Chant: Mary Berry
4) Sacred Music for Choir: Anne Ayre 
5) Active Listening: Sacred Music in Performance: Howard Skempton, Virginia Gilmer, Gregers Brinch,
Brian Dawes & Elena Firsova 

 

6:00pm Dinner

Trinity Hall Dining Hall 

 

7:30pm Concert

EXAUDI: English, Italian & Russian Sacred Music
Elena Firsova: World Premiere Beauty Will Save the World (2003) in celebration of 300th anniversary of the
founding of  St Petersburg. 
Howard Skempton: World Premiere Music (2003) for the bicentenary of Emerson. 
Trinity College Chapel : Cambridge Music Festival

 

Saturday 9th August 2003 

 

Morning Lectures
9:30-10:30am Music, Being and Sacrifice 

Arif Ahmed 

10:30am Coffee

Trinity Hall Junior Common Room 

 

11:00am-12:00pm Dostoyevsky & Music  

Diane Thompson

12:00-12:10pm Beauty Will Save the World 

Elena Firsova

 

12:10-12:50pm Vladimir Solovyov, Fyodor Tyutchev, Creativity and Introspection 

Jonathan Sutton 

12:50-12:55pm Philosophy and the Word  

Arif Ahmed 

1:00pm Lunch

Trinity Hall Dining Hall 

 

2:00-3:30pm Afternoon Workshops
1) Bach Project: Paul Robertson, Maren Stott, Robin Stokoe & Alan Stott 
2) 12 Signs of the Zodiac: Ursula Zimmermann & Heinz Zimmermann 
3) Gregorian Chant: Mary Berry 
4) Sacred Music for Choir: Anne Ayre
5) Active Listening: Sacred Music in Performance: Howard Skempton, Virginia Gilmer, Gregers Brinch, Brian Dawes & Elena Firsova 

 

3:30-4:00pm Closing Music
Catherine Carmack (cello) & Carolyn Roberts Finlay (piano)

World Premiere:  Harmonious Relationships (2003) by Kate Waring, commissioned to celebrate the unseen music and mystical dimension concealed in human friendship
Kate Waring (flute), Jinny Shaw (English horn), Catherine Carmack (cello) & Carolyn Roberts Finlay (piano). 

 

4:00pm Tea / Conference Ends