Symposium Presenters & Moderators

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Robert Marshall

Robert Marshall, Keynote speaker
Brandeis University

Spätstil, que me veux-tu?

Scott Burnham

Scott Burnham, Keynote speaker
CUNY Graduate Center, Princeton University

Late Style in Exile: Beethoven and the Missa Solemnis

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Other Presenters:

Anthony Barone

Anthony Barone
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

‘Old Age’s Lambent Peaks’: On Organic and Dialectical Paradigms of Lateness

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Christine Blanken

Christine Blanken
Bach-Archiv Leipzig

Steps towards New Concepts and Against Pragmatism in Organ Music: The Late Organ Music by Johann Sebastian Bach – Models, Pathways, and what Posterity Made of it

Keith Chapin

Keith Chapin
Cardiff University

The Sublimity of Age: The Reception of Old Things and Old Men in the Age of Sublimity

Erinn E. Knyt

Erinn Knyt
University of Massachusetts Amherst

J.S. Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” Reimagined

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Richard Kramer

Richard Kramer
Graduate Center of the City University of New York

Beethoven and Lateness: A Meditation

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Ernest May

Ernest D. May
University of Mass. Amherst

Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Canonically: The Haussmann Portrait, Mizler’s Society, and Bach’s Late Styles

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Reuben Phillips

Reuben Phillips
University of Oxford

Completing Bach: The Mass in B Minor and the Art of Fugue in Tovey’s Hands

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Michael Spitzer

Michael Spitzer
University of Liverpool

Cyclic Thoughts In/Between/About The Goldberg and The Diabelli

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Session Moderators:

Ellen Exner

Ellen Exner
New England Conservatory

Abigail Fine

Abigail Fine
University of Oregon

Linda Hutcheon

Linda Hutcheon
University of Toronto

Daniel Melamed

Daniel R. Melamed
Indiana University

Andrew Talle

Andrew Talle
Northwestern University