HEINRICH SCHÜTZ 350 ANNIVERSARY PANEL
On Friday, October 14 at 11 a.m. EMV hosted a livestream panel discussion as part of Schütz Fest, marking the 350th anniversary of the death German baroque composer of Heinrich Schütz. Moderated by Alex Fisher, PhD. Professor of Musicology at UBC, the distinguished panel discussed topics such as: how German composers reacted and adapted to the circumstances of conflict in the early 17th century including musical aspects of the Thirty Years War, how composers captured heightened emotional states in their music, and how musical culture and soundscapes were heard across the divides between Catholicism and Protestantism. Dr. Fisher was joined by Bettina Varwig, PhD. Associate Professor at the Faculty of Music and Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge University and Derek Stauff, PhD., Associate Professor of Music, Hillsdale College, Michigan.
CONTINUUM: A CONVERSATION ON HISTORICAL MUSICS & INDIGENOUS RESURGENCE
Produced by Early Music Vancouver’s 2021 summer artist-in-residence, Jonathon Adams. Panellists include mezzo-soprano Marion Newman, writer, artist and scholar Dylan Robinson, and multi-disciplinary theatre artist Reneltta Arluk.
This event was held on Monday, June 14 2021.