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Photo: Karl Gabor

 


Jewish Vienna - The Formation of Modernity

     
            - An extraordinary success

 

 

Jewish Vienna- The Formation of Modernity

22/3  2014 Moderna Museet  23/3 2014 Berns Salonger
 

The Complete Program, opening keynote and concluding remarks by Eric Kandel,  6 round table discussions and music, is now available on youtube

 

Discussions:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFqVQNofRHf9mHS_qsYMeIHfiM7YMyS4f

 

Music:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFqVQNofRHf_OE5RZujQjOEvmS89HbyZT

Music: E. Korngold, F. Kreisler, G. Mahler, A. Schönberg.

David Frühwirth, Jacob Kellermann,  Anna Larsson, Henrik Måwe, Johanna Persson, Christian Svarfvar, Torleif Thedéen and Staffan Scheja.

 

 

AXESS TV
The international conference and cultural program Jewish Vienna – The Formation of Modernity 
(22/3 Moderna Museet & 23/3 Berns Salonger) is broadcasted on Axess TV as follows:

7-11 April at 22:50 and 9-13 April at 13:30. Reruns of the program will follow.  

Each episode represents one panel discussion.

 

Connect to Axess Play: http://axess.se/tv/PlayProgram.aspx?id=3920

To watch part 1: http://axess.se/tv/player.aspx?id=3921

To watch part 2: http://axess.se/tv/player.aspx?id=3922

To watch part 3: http://www.axess.se/tv/vodplayer.aspx?vod=239 

To watch part 4: http://www.axess.se/tv/vodplayer.aspx?vod=291

 

Photo: Karl Gabor


See more photos here



The program publication that includes rich photo material and enlightening articles by Steven Beller, Fredric Bedoire, Lars Dencik, Allan Janik, Eric Kandel and Christian Witt-Dörring can be purchased for 150 kr (including postal fees) via info(at)judiskkultur.se

Please give your name and post address.




THANK YOU  

Distinguished participants from Sweden and abroad

Outstanding musicians

Professional creative, administrative and technical teams

Partners in Sweden and abroad

Fantastic audience

 

Special thanks to Hugo Lagercrantz whose great efforts made it possible for us to have Eric Kandel here in Stockholm.


Read an article in Expressen: ”Judehat normaliseras”, by Jackie Jakubowski (in Swedish).

Read an article in Dagens Nyheter: ”Dagen då Stockholm förvandlades till sekelskiftets Wien”, by Björn Wiman (in Swedish).


 

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Jewish Classics

 
The series Jewish Classics puts in focus musical and artistic aesthetics from
a special Jewish perspective. It examines the various innovative expressions
in relation to the social and cultural context of the period in which they were
created. Each program in the series offers an in depth examination to both
its historical background and contemporary relevance. A recurrent theme in
the series is the relationship between being the ‘Other’ and Creativity, a
highly relevant theme in our changing society.

 

Previous programs in the series include Mahler & Schönberg (2011),
Kosmopolit (2012), White Night (2013) and From Bach to Reich (2013).