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8 Monday / April 8, 2013

Lecture: Katelijne Schiltz, “Cracking Codes: Performing Musical Riddles from the Renaissance”

01:00 pm
Music Annex (MU205)

The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Lecture Committee—along with the musicology, music theory, and early music departments—will welcome Katelijne Schiltz, postdoctoral researcher at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München for a series of activities in early April. During the visit, Schiltz will serve as guest instructor, lead a workshop with the Early Music Institute, and deliver a public lecture.

On Monday, April 8 at 1 pm in MA 007, Schiltz will take part in a meeting of the Renaissance Music (M652) class. At 4:05 p.m. that day in MU 205, she will host an Early Music Institute workshop on the topic “Cracking Codes: Performing Musical Riddles from the Renaissance.” Visitors to both the class and the EMI session are welcome.

On Wednesday April 10 at 5:30 pm in room M267 (inside the Music Library) Schiltz will deliver a public lecture entitled, “What You See is What You Get? Some Thoughts on Renaissance Musical Riddles.” In her lecture Schiltz will emphasize transformation as a key concept when dealing with musical riddles.

Cost: Free

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