Saturday 29 May, 4.30pm – 8.00pm
To celebrate the bicentenary of the Argentine independence revolution, the School of Music in collaboration with the School of Languages, will host a half-day symposium on Argentine culture showcasing the work of Argentine academics and scholars at the University of Melbourne.
The programme will include papers on tango, rock, and media in contemporary Argentina; censorship, economic crisis, and the ‘cumbia villera’ phenomenon; Argentinean’s attitudes towards their variety of Spanish language; the musical rhetoric of the Argentine national anthem, and an analysis of the Oscar-winning film El secreto de sus ojos (The secret in their eyes). The event will conclude with a recital by Argentine pianist Andrea Katz, featuring works by Ginastera, López Buchardo and Guastavino.
Download the full programme here.
Venue: Tallis Wing, Conservatorium Building,
School of Music, The University of Melbourne
Gate 12, Royal Parade, Parkville
For more information contact: Dr Melanie Plesch firstname.lastname@example.org