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Lecture recitals

 

Lecture recital in Krakow, Consulate General of Hungary

The third lecture recital of the Visegrad Grant project entitled Towards a common regional history of our nation building strategies. Traveling directors, musicians took place at the Consulate General of Hungary in Krakow, on May 16, 2022 at 5 P.M. The concert was opened by Mr. Tibor Gerencsér Consul General, with consuls, professors and university students in the audience.  

The repertoire of the lecture recital was performed by the Liszt Ferenc Prize winner soprano Ingrid Kertesi, and her current student in the Liszt Academy Budapest, the soprano singer Júlia Mária Kovács, with the participation of conductor Gergely Kaposi on the piano. 

The concert was complemented by short introductory lectures held by experts explaining the selected repertoire illustrating the musical theatrical traditions of each V4 nation. For the lecture recital, the experts (Jana Laslavíková, Tomasz Pudłocki, Kim Katalin, Lenka Křupková and Jiři Kopecký) selected arias that were the most characteristic representatives of the nation-building traditions of each nation under study in some of the countries' musical theaters. This time, instead of Jana Laslavíková, Tomasz Pudłocki, instead of Katalin Kim, Lili Veronika Békéssy PhD student, and instead of Lenka Křupková and Jiři Kopecký, Ali Yansori PhD student presented the lectures. 

The consulate held a reception after the lecture recital, too, giving space to informal talks regarding nurturing international nteworks and possible future collaborations. 

 

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Lecture recital and book presentation in Bratislava, in the Slovak National Theatre

The second lecture recital of the Visegrad Grant project took place on May 4, 2022 at 5 pm in the Opera Chamber of the Slovak National Theater in Bratislava. In addition to the lecture recital, a volume presentation was held, too, in line with the theme of the project and in which several participants of the Grant had a publication, entitled Cultural and Artistic Transfers in Theater and Music: Past, Present, and Perspectives (Vydavateľstvo VEDA in ÚDFV CVU SAV, 2021).

The repertoire of the lecture recital was performed by the Liszt Ferenc Prize winner soprano Ingrid Kertesi, and her current student in the Liszt Academy Budapest, the soprano singer Júlia Mária Kovács, with the participation of conductor Gergely Kaposi on the piano. The recital was complemented by the soloist mezzo-soprano of the Slovak National Theater Katarína Flórová with the participation by Branko Ladič on the piano.

For the lecture recital, the experts (Jana Laslavíková, Tomasz Pudłocki, Kim Katalin, Lenka Křupková and Jiři Kopecký) selected arias that were the most characteristic representatives of the nation-building traditions of each nation under study in some of the countries’ musical theaters. The text by Tomasz Pudłocki and Katalin Kim was read by Lili Veronika Békéssy, and the text by Lenka Křupková and Jiři Kopecký was read by Jana Magdaléna Májeková PhD students also participating in the project.

The president of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and the Director of the Slovak National Theater were also members of the audience.

The event on the website of the Slovak National Theater: https://snd.sk/en/performance/14012/divadelni-riaditelia-a-hudobnici-na-cestach-1870-1920/2022-05-04/17-00

The report of the Slovak Academy of Sciences can be read here: https://www.sav.sk/?lang=sk&doc=services-news&source_no=20&news_no=10347

The program notes can be download here.

 

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Photo: Klára Madunická, ÚDFV CVU SAV, v. v. i.

 

 


 

 

Lecture recital in Olomouc, Kaple Božího Těla

The first lecture recital of the Visegrad Grant project entitled Towards a common regional history of our nation building strategies. Traveling directors, musicians took place at the Božího Těla Chapel at the Palacký University Olomouc, on May 3, 2022 at 5 P.M. The repertoire of the lecture recital was performed by the Liszt Ferenc Prize winner soprano Ingrid Kertesi, and her current student in the Liszt Academy Budapest, the soprano singer Júlia Mária Kovács, with the participation of conductor Gergely Kaposi on the piano.

The concert was complemented by short introductory lectures held by experts explaining the selected repertoire illustrating the musical theatrical traditions of each V4 nation. For the lecture recital, the experts (Jana Laslavíková, Tomasz Pudłocki, Kim Katalin, Lenka Křupková and Jiři Kopecký) selected arias that were the most characteristic representatives of the nation-building traditions of each nation under study in some of the countries' musical theaters.

Download: PosterProgram notesInvitation.

 

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