STIMU-SYMPOSIUM

THE HISTORICAL VIOLIN

Tijdens deze editie van het STIMU-symposium – het jaarlijkse treffen van academici, uitvoerders en bouwers – staat de revival van de historische viool centraal. Precies dertig jaar nadat de Stichting voor Muziekhistorische Uitvoeringspraktijk (STIMU) in 1989 een baanbrekende internationale vioolconferentie belegde, organiseren we een update, met aandacht voor de toekomst.

Symposiumcurator dr. Mimi Mitchell, net aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam gepromoveerd op deze materie, houdt drie dagen lang de vinger aan de pols van de hedendaagse vioolpraktijk geschoeid op historische leest. In combinatie met het symposium vinden diverse ochtendconcerten plaats, met een ereplaats voor innovatieve violisten van de jongste generatie, zoals de Nederlandse Eva Saladin.

Programma

Voertaal: Engels

Monday 26 August

9:30-9:45 Welcome word by festival director Xavier Vandamme

9:45-10:30 Session one: Recorded Evidence (chair: Jed Wentz)
David Milson (University of Huddersfield, UK): Times and Traditions: String Recordings c.1900-c.1940

13:15-15:00 Session two: Proteus' Fiddle, or the story of the changing violin (chair: Mimi Mitchell)
Rudolph Hopfner (director of the Musical Instrument Collection, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna): The Violin Labelled 'Ventura di Francesco Linarolo di Venetia 1581' – A Re-Examination

Susanne Scholz (Universität Graz): Golden Instruments Guarded by Angels: The Freiberg Renaissance Violins

Matthieu Besseling: A Builder's Perspective: The 20th-Century Metamorphosis of the Violin

15:30-16:30 Masterclass I (coach: Eva Saladin)
A. Bertali - Sonata II à 3, IAB 4 from Prothimia Suavissima - Duodenum primo, 1662

@ Ensemble
Pietro Battistoni, Clara Sawada - violin
Anna Lachegyi - viola da gamba
Halldór Bjarki Arnarson - harpsichord

16:45-18:15 Session three: The 19th Century (chair: Robert Rawson)
Richard Sutcliffe (Brussels Conservatory, Belgium): Creating a Belgian Violin School

Claire Holden (University of Oxford): Ensemble Re-search(ers): Taking a Multidisciplinary Approach to 19th-Century Performance Practice

18:30 What's New 
Job ter Haar (Codarts Rotterdam): “So mussen Sie es spielen!”: Re-enactment as Research Method


Tuesday 27 August

9:30-10:15 Session four: Untold Tales (chair: Mimi Mitchell)
Guido Olivieri (University of Texas at Austin): The Violin in Naples: Retracing an Untold History

10:15-10:40: Uri Kupferschmidt (University of Haifa): The Dutch Luthier and String Maker Jacques W. Hakkert and Henri Casadesus

13:00-14:30 Session five: Past Repertoires, or what did they play? (chair: Rebekah Ahrendt)
Robert Rawson (Canterbury Christ Church University): 'Such harmony as made my ears ache for four weeks' – Contrasts of the Rustic and the Urban in Czech Violin Music of the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries 

Matthieu Franchin (Université Paris-Sorbonne): Violin Bands at the Comédie Française: On the Interpretation of Theatrical Music at the Time of Lully

Jed Wentz (Universiteit Leiden): Raving Mad and Financially Ruined: The Sad Fate of Violinist Albertus Groneman (1711-1778)

14:45-15:45 Masterclass II (coach: Clive Brown)
Mozart Violin Concerto in D major (K. 218), I. Allegro 
Haydn Violin Concerto in C major (Hob.VIIa :1), II. Adagio

Evelyn Tjon-en-Fa, violin
NN, piano

16:00-17:00 Position Paper and Round Table
Paper: Barbara Titus (University of Amsterdam): Progressing the Past: A Short Cultural History of the Twentieth-Century Early Music Movement

Round table: Expectations (Barbara Titus, convenor)
Heidi Erbrich, Zaynab Martin, Marilyn McDonald, Zaynab Martin, Alida Schat, Joseph Tan


Wednesday 28 August

9:30-10:30 Zomerschool 
Mimi Mitchell (Conservatory of Amsterdam): The Baroque Violin Revival: Past, Present and Future

13:00-13:45 Conversation: Source Materials for Teaching (moderator: Richard Sutcliffe)
with Richard Gwilt, Stanley Ritchie and Judy Tarling
            
14:00-15:30 Session six: Pedagogy then and now 
Thomas Drescher (Schola Cantorum Basiliensis): Playing and Teaching the “Historical Violin" at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis

Johannes Leertouwer (Conservatory of Amsterdam): Pedagogy: Modern Meets Historical at the Amsterdam Conservatory              
                 
Anna Scott (Leiden University): Artistic Research and the DocARTES Doctoral Programme in the Musical Arts

15:45-16:30 Session seven: Reflections on Glass Cases (chair: Anna Scott)
Laurence Libin (former curator of Musical Instruments, Metropolitan Museum, New York): The Baroque Violin Revival from a Museum Perspective

16:30-17:00 Closing session
Mimi Mitchell: Pioneers in the Spotlight

17:00-18:00 Reception

 

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