New season of SoundMe seminars inaugurated in Warsaw

On 27 November 2017 Piotr Ziółkowski (Ph.D. Student from the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences) presented his research paper ‘Rękopisy chorałowe kościoła Mariackiego w Gdańsku a krzyżacka tradycja liturgiczna’ (‘Chant manuscripts from St Mary’s Church in Gdańsk, and the liturgical tradition of the Teutonic Order’).

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Christmas concerts in Germany

AP Trigon Ensemble performed two Christmas concerts including music of the devotio moderna and from the Amsterdam beguinage around 1600 in Naumburg (1 December, 19.00 hours, Ägidius-Kapelle) and Weimar (2 December, 17.00 hours, Herderkirche, Stadtkirche St. Peter und Paul).

→ More information in German (PDF, opens in new tab)

Adam Mathias presented research at conference

Adam Mathias presented his research at a conference in Lucca entitled “Ars Antiqua III: Music and Culture in Europe, c1150–c1330”, organised by Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini.

The conference took place from 30 November up to and including 2 December.

Conference in Texas

As part of the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society, this year held in San Antonio, Texas (1-4 November), Adam Mathias (Cambridge team) presented a paper entitled “Clausulae in Two Modes”.

Antonio Chemotti Visiting Fellow at the University of Vienna

Logo of Vienna University, where Antonio Chemotti will be Visiting Fellow.

Logo of Vienna University, where Antonio Chemotti will be Visiting Fellow.

From September 2018 to February 2019 Antonio Chemotti (Warsaw team) is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Vienna. Next to conducting his SoundMe research, Chemotti is involved in the activities of the Institute of Musicology, sharing his work with fellow researchers as well as students.

Czech team, La Morra and Schola Gregoriana Pragensis in three radio broadcasts

Carolus IV, subject of 2 radio broadcasts by the Prague team.

Emperor Charles IV, subject of two radio broadcasts by the Prague team.

Appearances by David Eben and Lenka Hlávková on the Czech radio programme “Musica Antiqua” can now be heard online. The two members of the Prague team presented current research on music of the the 14th and 15th centuries as well as new recordings released by the Associated Partners of SoundMe Schola Gregoriana Pragensis and La Morra. The programmes were broadcasted between 3 June and 16 September 2018 and were aimed at a non-specialist audience and conducted  in Czech.

Listen to → Carolus IV. – Rex et Imperator (1/2)

Listen to → Carolus IV. – Rex et Imperator (2/2)

Listen to → La Morra: Petrus Wilhelmi de Grudencz