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FARLS #1: Lost in his labyrinth: Multiple modes of recurrence in the operas of Benjamin Britten

Posted in Arts & Culture
Sep 29, 2017

Benjamin Britten (London Records 1968 publicity for Wikipedia)

Fine Arts Research Lecture Series (FARLS) #1

Familiarity with Benjamin Britten’s operas reveals a network of preoccupations with his protagonists’ situations and character. Andrew Mead, professor of music theory, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, will trace examples of this in Britten’s operas, from Peter Grimes to Death in Venice.

When:  Friday, Sept. 29, 12:30–1:20 pm | FREE
Where:  Quance Theatre, Education Building, U of S
Info:  email gregory.marion@usask.ca



 

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