Zoom in on Masters is a new project created by the Intercultural Institute of Comparative Musical Studies (IISMC) and focused on “masters” of important musical and dance traditions, who had been due to perform on the island of San Giorgio. In a virtual space, they converse on music topics of common interest and describe their own activities as well as some IISMC projects which, because of the international coronavirus health emergency, have inevitably been suspended but will resume as soon as possible. In the first conversation, online at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERA5MIhueWc, Kudsi Erguner, artistic director of the long-standing Bîrûn project devoted to Ottoman classical music, talks to Giovanni De Zorzi (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) and some musicians who participated in previous Bîrûn workshops as scholarship holders. They will reflect on the overall value of the project and its benefits for training and research. They will also introduce the theme of the next seminar: the instrumental compositions of Prince Dimitri Cantemir (1673-1723). Music performance: Pencgâh Saz Semâ‘î, Dimitrie Cantemir (ney solo) at 20:30 Bûselik Peşrev, Dimitrie Cantemir (ney & viola) at 26:22 Rast Berefşan Peşrev Dimitrie Cantemir (tutti) at 50:02 Online conversation published on 4 June 2020 Conversation moderated by Giovanni De Zorzi (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) Project coordinated by Simone Tarsitani (Durham University) In order of appearance: Giovanni Giuriati Giovanni De Zorzi Kudsi Erguner Selman Erguner Tristan Driessens Michalis Cholevas Giannis Koutis Reza Mirjalali Zeynep Yıldız Abbasoğlu

"Zoom in on Masters: IISMC Online Conversations" 1 Kudsi Erguner and the Bîrûn Project

Giovanni De Zorzi
2020

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Zoom in on Masters is a new project created by the Intercultural Institute of Comparative Musical Studies (IISMC) and focused on “masters” of important musical and dance traditions, who had been due to perform on the island of San Giorgio. In a virtual space, they converse on music topics of common interest and describe their own activities as well as some IISMC projects which, because of the international coronavirus health emergency, have inevitably been suspended but will resume as soon as possible. In the first conversation, online at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERA5MIhueWc, Kudsi Erguner, artistic director of the long-standing Bîrûn project devoted to Ottoman classical music, talks to Giovanni De Zorzi (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) and some musicians who participated in previous Bîrûn workshops as scholarship holders. They will reflect on the overall value of the project and its benefits for training and research. They will also introduce the theme of the next seminar: the instrumental compositions of Prince Dimitri Cantemir (1673-1723). Music performance: Pencgâh Saz Semâ‘î, Dimitrie Cantemir (ney solo) at 20:30 Bûselik Peşrev, Dimitrie Cantemir (ney & viola) at 26:22 Rast Berefşan Peşrev Dimitrie Cantemir (tutti) at 50:02 Online conversation published on 4 June 2020 Conversation moderated by Giovanni De Zorzi (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) Project coordinated by Simone Tarsitani (Durham University) In order of appearance: Giovanni Giuriati Giovanni De Zorzi Kudsi Erguner Selman Erguner Tristan Driessens Michalis Cholevas Giannis Koutis Reza Mirjalali Zeynep Yıldız Abbasoğlu
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