Mahler Study Day: Elgar and Mahler, different routes to Mastery

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Mahler Study Day: Elgar and Mahler, different routes to Mastery

  • Sun 17 May 2015
  • 11:00AM
The Metropolitan Opera, New York, at around the time of Mahler's conductorship, 1908–09
The Metropolitan Opera, New York, at around the time of Mahler's conductorship, 1908–09

Austrian Cultural Forum London

28 Rutland GateLondon SW7 1PQ

UK

T 020 7225 7300

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Professor Paul Banks (St John's College, Oxford) will examine Edward Elgar’s and Gustav Mahler’s differing educational opportunities, career paths and conceptions of what a symphony could be. He will also discuss the development of Mahler as a concert conductor including his final years in New York where he gave four performances of music by Elgar.

Professor Paul Banks is active in higher education and as a curator of research collections. He received his doctorate on the early life of Gustav Mahler from St John’s College, Oxford. He is also a freelance musicologist, presenter and author interested in classical music and its history.

Tickets £20.
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