La Serenissima: The Millenarian Venice
A discussion with Jordi Savall moderated by Magdalena Baczewska
Video below and here.
Presented by the Italian Academy in partnership with Carnegie Hall.
Jordi Savall is among the foremost performers of early music in the world today. He has brought unfamiliar works of the past to millions of listeners. At Columbia, Savall will speak about the myriad musical styles and influences at play throughout the thousand-year lifespan of the Venetian Republic. This lecture will be illustrated by short musical examples.
Co-sponsored by The European Institute, The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, The Heyman Center for the Humanities, The Hispanic Institute for Latin American & Iberian Cultures, the Music Department at Columbia University, and The Delegation of Catalonia to the United States
This event is free and open to the public; registration required.
More on Carnegie Hall’s La Serenissima series: https://www.carnegiehall.org/venice/
Free and open to the public; registration required.
Registration is now closed. Please join us, even if you cannot register. Doors will open at 5 PM and available seats will be released at 5:20 PM to walk-ins on a first come, first served basis.