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16th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music
9–13 July 2014

Concerts



WEDNESDAY 9 July 2014, University Mozarteum Salzburg, Solitär, 7.30pm

  • Concert of students and lecturers of the Institute for Early Music at University Mozarteum.
  • A detailed programme will be provided later.


THURSDAY 10 July 2014, Mülln Parish Church, 8pm

  • "Mozart and the Salzburg Baroque Heritage"
  • Concert of Collegium Vocale der Salzburger Bachgesellschaft, Salzburger Barockensemble, Michaela Aigner (organ), conducted by Albert Hartinger
  • in co-operation with Salzburger Bachgesellschaft
  • sponsored by Land Salzburg: Kulturelle Sonderprojekte
  • tickets for Conference participants: € 10,- (to be purchased when registering)

  • Programme
    • Georg Muffat (1653–1704), Toccata from Apparatus musico-organisticus
    • Steffano Bernardi (1577 – ? 1634/36), Canzon
    • Mathias Siegmund Biechteler (? 1668 – 1743), Motet "Venite, populi"
    • Wolfgang Amadé Mozart, Motet "Venite, populi"
    • Mathias Siegmund Biechteler (? 1668 – 1743), Sonata da chiesa D Minor
    • Leopold Mozart (1719–1787), Litaniae lauretanae F Major
    • Johann Stadlmayr (c. 1575 – 1648), Introitus: In Assumptione B. Mariae Virginis "Gaudeamus omnes in Domino"
    • Wolfgang Amadé Mozart (1756–1791), Missa brevis D Minor K 61a (65)
    • [incl.] Antonio Caldara (? 1671 – 1736), Motet "Lauda, anima mea"


SATURDAY 12 July 2014, University Mozarteum Salzburg, Solitär, 8pm

  • Delegates' Concert
  • A detailed programme will be provided later.

We encourage all delegates of the 16th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music to participate as a soloist or in a consort with other participants in the Delegates' Concert. Suggestions featuring newly discovered compositions or works whose perception may have been changed by recent scholarly debate will be especially welcome. Please hand in your proposal (work, composer, duration) to icbm@moz.ac.at until 30 April 2014.

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