Tartini Symposium

21-23 October 2022

Arts & Convocation Hall, University of Alberta


Free public concerts:

October 21 @ 6:30 pm (with Elinor Frey, Anders Muskens, and guests - Music by Tartini, CPE Bach, Yarkin and Graun)
October 22 @ 12:50 pm (music by Lahoussaye & Woldemar) 
October 22 @ 7:00 pm (chamber music by Tartini, Sirmen, Ferrari, Nardini & Khandoshkin)

About the symposium:

The Wirth Institute at the University of Alberta, in partnership with the Slovenian Embassy and the Department of Music, presents a conference on topics related or contemporary to the celebrated violinist, pedagogue and theoretician Giuseppe Tartini (who was born in Piran, Slovenia in 1692). Please join us for lectures, lecture-recitals and concerts, including a virtual visit of the Tartini Museum in Piran and concerto performances featuring well-known Early music artists Elinor Frey (cello) and Anders Muskens (harpsichord).  

All are welcome. FREE admission to the conference events & NO registration required:
Friday, October 21 from 5:45 pm (@Convocation Hall, keynote address, concert)
Saturday, October 22 (all day @Convocation Hall, lectures, demonstrations, concerts)
Sunday, October 23 (from 10am @Studio 2-7, Fine Arts Building, performance workshop)




Want to join in the symposium sessions remotely? The sessions will be live streamed on Zoom from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm on Saturday, October 22nd.


Please note: dinner and lunch for symposium participants ONLY.

For more information, contact:
Guillaume Tardif @ gtardif@ualberta.ca | 780-932-1262
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