AEC EARLY MUSIC PLATFORM 2021

Historically Informed Performance (HIP)

Is it enough to just be “informed”?

 

8th – 9th October 2021

Staatliche Hochschule für Musik, Trossingen, Germany

 

PROGRAMME

 

FRIDAY 8th of October

11:00 – 13:00 Pre- Conference Workshop:

Hands-on course: How to use the RISM database effectively

Jennifer Ward, RISM  Editorial board, Frankfurt a.M. (optional, no specific registration required, included in the registration fee)

 

 

14:00

 

REGISTRATION
15:00 – 15:45 OPENING SESSION

Music Introduction

Welcome words by:
Christian Fischer , Rektor of the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen
Stefan Gies , AEC Chief Executive
Isaac Alonso the Molina , Chairman of the AEC Early Music Task Force

Presentation of the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen
Prof. Marieke Spaans

The history of AEC Early Music Platform , video by Peter Nelson, former chairman of the EMP and international relations coordinator in Trossingen

Concert Hall
15: 45 – 17: 00 PLENARY SESSION I  

Historically Informed Performance (HIP) – is it enough to just be “informed”?

Keynote speech by Michael Meyer, University of Music Trossingen

Pitches by:
– Nicole Schwindt, University of Music Trossingen

-Isaac Alonso de Molina , Royal Conservatoire The Hague

Anton Steck , University of Music Trossingen

Kilian Schwarz , modern cello student in TrossingenLaura Audonnet , recorder and bassoon student in Pole Alienor, Poitiers and Royal Conservatoire The Hague

Concert Hall
17: 00 – 17: 30 Networking with Refreshments
17: 30 – 18: 30 PANEL DISCUSSION

Ashley Solomon, moderator

(same participants as session 1)

Concert Hall
19:00 Welcome Buffet Foyer Concert Hall
20:30 CONCERT
L’orchestre héroïque
Anton Steck

 

SATURDAY 9th of October

9: 30 – 10: 00 Music Introduction

REMA SESSION

10: 00 – 10: 30 PLENARY SESSION II

19th Century Performance

Keynote Speech by Kai Köpp

Concert Hall
10: 30 – 11: 00 PARALLEL SESSIONS A

1) Wind instruments – sound of the 19th century

Benjamin Reissenberger

2) Viennese piano technique of the 1820s – and beyond
Christina Kobb

3) String instruments – tools for a colorful sound production in 19th century
Anton Steck

4) How to sing songs from the early 19th century
Bettina Pahn

11:00 – 11:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS B

1) Wind instruments

Anne Pustlauk

2) Flexibility in Keyboard performance
Bart van Oort

3) Revolution and Reaction in historically inspired string playing
Clive Brown

4) Divisions in 19th Century sources (voice)
Josue Melendez 

11: 30 – 12: 00 Networking with Refreshments
12: 00 – 13: 00 BREAKOUT DISCUSSION with the 8 speakers of the parallel sessions 4 rooms, each with 2 speakers
13:00 Networking Lunch
14:15 LUNCH CONCERT

„ 4 Frauen- im Originalklang“

(songs from Fanny Hensel and Clara Schumann)
Bettina Pahn, Christine Schornsheim

Concert Hall
15:00 – 16:00 PLENARY SESSION III
Challenging Assumptions
 RISM –Nicole SchwindtDiminution in 17th and 19th century
Bettina Pahn and Josue Melendez

Basso continuo – Cembalo ò violone?
Werner Matzke and Marieke Spaans

Thorough bass in 19th century
Marieke Spaans and Richard Röbel

Concert Hall
16:00 – 16:30 Networking with Refreshments
16:30 – 17:30 PANEL DISCUSSION on the Standardization of Early Music today with speakers of Session III
17:30 – 18:00 CLOSING SESSION
18:30 STUDENTS CONCERT Concert Hall
20:00 GOODBYE DINNER Hohner Villa