(From a recent Fondazione Giorgio Cini email)
“The Vittore Branca International Center for the Study of Italian Culture is is a new international resource for humanities studies open - with no age limits - to scholars, writers and artists interested in pursuing a research project focused on Italian (especially Venetian) culture, with an interdisciplinary approach, in one of the following disciplines: visual arts, history, literature, music, drama….
(IT) Refresher Teaching Workshop – Italian Songs of Oral Tradition and Intercultural Teaching (24-25 Oct 2012)
(From a recent email from the Fondazione Giorgio Cini)
Location: Venice, Island of San Giorgio Maggiore, Italy
On October 24-25, the Intercultural Institute of Comparative Music Studies organizes a refresher teaching workshop focused on Italian songs of oral tradition and intercultural teaching. The workshop will be coordinated by Serena Facci and Gabriella Santini, authors of Chants d’Italie. Pour chanter ensemble de 8 à 14 ans, Traditions Chantées, Cité de la Musique, Paris.
Location: St. Paul & Minneapolis, MN, US
North American Premiere of a Renaissance Masterpiece
“Voces8 returns to the Twin Cities to take the stage with us in a ground-breaking performance of “Missa Ave Virgo Sanctissima” by Renaissance composer Géry de Ghersem, active in the Spanish courts of the 17th century. Over 200 of Ghersem’s works were destroyed in the Lisbon earthquake of 1755...
Venues: Stratford Picturehouse and the Shakespeare Centre
“Celebrate Shakespeare's influence on film this October with a two-week programme of iconic films and adaptations. Many showings include guest speakers discussing Shakespeare's impact on cinema across the ages.
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