Weimar, America, and Everything in Between: A Symposium in Honor of Kim Kowalke

6 April 2019

Humanities Center D

Rush Rhees Library

University of Rochester


bruce d. mcclung, College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, Chair


1:30     “Program and Symbolism in the Tone Poems of Richard Strauss”

            Michael V. Pisani, Mary Conover Mellon Professor of Music, Vassar College


2:15     “Reflections on Kurt Weill’s Love Life

            Joel Galand, Director of Graduate Studies, School of Music, Florida International University


3:00     “Doomed for Administration: A Musicological Journey from Horror to Happiness”

            Andrea Kalyn, President, New England Conservatory


3:45     Coffee Break


4:00     “Update from the ‘Tribeca Gharana’: La Monte Young, Authority, and the MELA Foundation Legacy”

Jeremy Grimshaw, Associate Dean, College of Fine Arts and Communications, Brigham Young University


4:45     “Some Remarks about the Music of Kurt Weill, Leonard Bernstein, and Brian Wilson, as Made Possible by Kim Kowalke”

            Daniel Harrison, Allen Forte Professor of Music Theory, Yale University


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