[SydPhil] Works of Music and their Interpretation: Alfred Hook Lecture (Sydney Conservatorium) Prof. Paul Thom
goetz.richter at sydney.edu.au
Tue May 14 09:43:38 AEST 2013
Alfred Hook Lecture, May 17 2013 - 4 pm
Recital Hall West - Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Professor Paul Thom
"Works of Music and their interpretation in performance"
Are works of music timeless artworks whose proper performance leaves no room for creative performance, are they historical entities that constantly change under interpretation - or is there a third possibility?
Paul Thom is an Honorary Professor of Philosophy in the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry at the University of Sydney. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanites, and a recipient of the Centenary of Federation Medal for service to Australian society and the humanities in the study of philosophy of the arts. His books include For An Audience: a philosophy of the performing arts (Temple University Press 1993) and The Musician as Interpreter (Pennsylvania State University Press 2007). His recent articles include "Opera" and "Authenticity in performance" in The Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Music, and "The aesthetics of opera", Philosophy Compass (2011).
Goetz Richter Kstl. Staatsdip. | BA (Hons I) | PhD
Associate Professor Violin & Chair for the String Unit
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY | SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC
Building C 41 | SYDNEY UNIVERSITY NSW 2006
email: goetz.richter at sydney.edu.au<mailto:grichter at usyd.edu.au> | Phone: (02) 9351 1293
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