BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:GVSU Events Calendar BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20131026T150000 DTEND:20131026T180000 LOCATION:PAC Dance Studio Theatre 1600 DESCRIPTION:An interdisciplinary conference at Grand Valley State University will feature presentations on music\, literature and art from two regions":" Latin America and Central/Eastern Europe. Hosted by the Department of Music and Dance\, the conference will examine the ongoing influence of eighteenth-century styles in those regions\, with examples from the various art forms.\n\n\n\nThe Baroque Legacy Conference":" Past and Present in Hispanic America and Central and Eastern Europe\, October 24-26 on the Allendale Campus\, will include presentation sessions\, two keynote addresses by eminent scholars\, and a finale three-part concert on Saturday afternoon.\n\n\n\n&ldquo\;The presentation sessions will likely appeal to a wide range of scholars\, such as historians\, anthropologists\, musicologists\, and art historians\,&rdquo\; said Lisa Feurzeig\, professor of music and conference organizer. &ldquo\;The concert on Saturday will be quite an extravaganza\, and will include choral and instrumental music\, dance\, and drama &mdash\; all eighteenth-century but presenting a wide range of sounds and styles.&rdquo\;\n\n\n\nConference events include":"\n\nKeynote lecture":" &ldquo\;Two Centers of Musical Ferment in the Eighteenth Century":" Bohemia and Minas Gerais\,&rdquo\; by John A. Rice\, a musicologist who has authored several books on eighteenth-century music.\n\nThursday\, October 24\, from 4-5 p.m.\n\nCook-DeWitt Center\n\n\n\nKeynote lecture":" &ldquo\;Lezama Lima&rsquo\;s Baroque Legacy\,&rdquo\; by Roberto Gonzá\;lez Echevarrí\;a\, Sterling Professor of Hispanic and Comparative Literature at Yale University and winner of the 2010 National Humanities Medal.\n\nFriday\, October 25\, from 4-5 p.m.\n\nCook-DeWitt Center\n\n\n\nConcierto Barroco\, a moveable concert\n\nSaturday\, October 26\, from 3-6 p.m.\n\nThe Leyseca &ldquo\;Miserere&rdquo\; opens the event in the Cook-DeWitt Center. This work is scored for chorus\, soloists\, and orchestra and was composed in 1781 in Bolivia.\n\n\n\nFrom the Cook-DeWitt Center\, the audience will move to the lobby outside the Art Gallery in the Performing Arts Center for a reception and performance of &ldquo\;La Já\;cara\,&rdquo\; a Spanish tonadilla.\n\n\n\nLastly\, in the Large Dance Studio\, the premiere production in English of the Austrian tragicomedy &ldquo\;Evakathel und Schnudi&rdquo\; by Philipp Hafner\, adapted into English by John Sienicki. This piece features incidental music and choreography by Grand Valley dance professor Carrie Brueck Morris.\n\n \;\n\nAll events are open to the public with free admission. For more information call (616) 331-3484\, or visit http":"//www.i2k.com/~blauegeiger/conference2013.html - See more at":" http":"//www.gvsu.edu/gvnow/index.htm?articleId=3211E16D-93D7-66C6-968D65A8ECAE5181#sthash.i22ka3vB.dpuf\n\n SUMMARY:Evakathel und Schnudi PRIORITY:3 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR