Atelier international en ligne, « Women in Nineteenth-Century Czech Musical Culture », Musicology Department, Institute of Art History, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, 23-24 octobre 2020.
« More often than not, the historiography of music is not entirely in sync with the history which it aims to portray. Nineteenth-century Czech music, for instance, is known internationally primarily on account of the works by Antonín Dvořák, Bedřich Smetana, Václav Jan Tomášek, to name but a few. However, nineteenth-century Czech musical culture also embraces such names as Elise Barth, Marie Karolina Benda, Katerina Cibbini-Koseluh, Marie Červinková-Riegrová, Wilhelmine Ebert, Juliane Glaser, Marie Proksch, and Mathilde Ringelsberg, for example. These and other women, who had a remarkable impact on the private and public discourse of nineteenth-century Czech musical culture, deserve further scholarly attention, especially with a view to such fields as composition; performance; the writing of libretti and poetry subsequently set to music; such other creative spheres as the conceptualisation and creation of costumes and paintings for music-dramatic performances; music management and the hosting of musical events; music criticism; and music pedagogy. It is the aim of this international workshop to bring together scholars who are interested in re-evaluating the role of women within these contexts. »
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