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            Music and Human Freedom:
  A Week-long Workshop with Musicians
 from the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra

May 4
Screening and discussion
Two filmed productions of Beethoven’s Fidelio and Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut. A discussion with Dana Gooley, Michael Steinberg, Adam Sacks
Pembroke Hall 305
2:00pm


May 5    
Discussion
“The Performance of History of Fidelio” with Adam Sacks and  “Power, Force and Energy in 19th Century Europe” with Jon Gentry
Pembroke Hall 305
6:00pm

Advance registration required.
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May 6
Tour        
19th Century Paintings with Maureen O’Brien, Daniel Harkett, Sarah Ganz, Dana Gooley and Suzanne Scanlan
Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Benefit Street
11:00am

RISD curators, Brown faculty and students will participate in this tour with the WEDO musicians, exploring RISD Museum's extensive collection of 19th century paintings and prints.

Lecture
The Second J. Carter Brown Memorial Lecture:
A Conversation with Daniel Libeskind

Salomon Hall 10, Main Green
4:00pm

Libeskind is an international figure in architectural practice and urban design. With over forty projects worldwide, Libeskind's practice extends from museums and concert halls to convention centers, universities, hotels, shopping centers, and residential projects. In his conversation with Professor Dietrich Neumann, Libeskind will discuss his design practice, his architectural philosophy, and some of his most important projects.


May 7
Discussion and Master Class
Violinist Eric Rosenblith
Steinert Hall, Hope and Power Streets
1:00pm

Eric Rosenblith, in a one-day residency with Community MusicWorks, will offer a master class to four Brown violin students and one of the WEDO violinists.

Concert Recital
Eric Rosenblith, violin and Heng-Jin Park, piano
Music Mansion, 88 Meeting Street
8:00pm
Tickets $15  at the door

Community MusicWorks and the Cogut Center for the Humanities present works by Schubert, Stravinsky, and Mozart from Eric Rosenblith, violin, and Heng-Jin Park, piano. Mr. Rosenblith has performed as a soloist and a chamber musician throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.

For more information about the concert, Mr. Rosenblith and Ms. Park, please click here.