4 Lectures by Gilles LandiniAMAdev2019-07-28T19:06:28+02:00
4 Lectures by Gilles Landini
‘Everyone is capable of find something that takes him by the hand and says, ‘Look, that’s worth living.’ That is why interest in studying the life of composers is important. Analysing the structure of their work and learning about the philosophical currents and the historical events of their time makes it possible for us to understand what the composer wanted to communicate to us. That’s what makes their work come alive for us.’ Gilles landini
Music is mysterious. Since the beginning of time, human beings – from musicians to music lovers, philosophers, politicians and bankers – have tried to place it. Coming at the question from different angles, these four lectures are an effort to understand the place of music in society.
Lecture N ° 1 on october 29, 2019 at 7:30pm: Bach, Magnificat: celebrate, tell, explain
Lecture N ° 2 on november 5, 2019 at 7:30pm: Mozart: evolution of piano concertos, a story about dialogues
Lecture N ° 3 on november 12, 2019 at 7:30pm: Sibelius : the 5th symphony, experiencing vital energy
Lecture N ° 4 on november 19, 2019 at 7:30pm:Bartók: let’s enter into Duke Bluebeard’s castle