The 2019 Eleventh Biennial Readers Conference
This issue contains a wide variety of information about recent performances, articles on aspects of Bruckner's works and their reception, and news of current and future events which will be of interest to Brucknerians.
The Bruckner Journal is published three times a year, in March, July and November - since 1997 - and is available by subscription only.
Volume Twenty-Four, Number One will be published in March 2020. Should you wish to contribute an article, short essay, letter or comment to the Journal, on any Bruckner-related subject, please contact us.
Hertford College, Oxford University: April 12 & 13
Biennial Readers Conference
The Bruckner Journal
Friday Evening, 12 April:
Ken Ward: Either/Or – The aesthetic and the ethical approach to Bruckner
Miguel Ramirez: "Lost in Rio". Emil Lamberg, a Bruckner student in Brazil
Saturday All-Day, 13 April:
Andrea Harrandt: Bruckner's first year in Vienna (1868/69). Musical life in an expanding city
Alan George: Challenges posed by performing the Bruckner Quintet
Malcolm Hatfield: Beethoven, Bruckner and his Finale "problem"
William Carragan: Bruckner's simplest idea: forms of the late Allegro movements
Thomas Röder: Bruckner as improviser
Benjamin Korstvedt: What is a version, and what difference does it make? Reflections from an editor's desk
Paul Hawkshaw: The early history of Bruckner's Seventh Symphony
Eric Lai: Formal challenges in the Adagio of Bruckner's Ninth Symphony
Saturday Evening Concert, Hertford College Chapel:
presented In Memory of Dr. Paul Coones
Fitzwilliam String Quartet - 50th Anniversary Season!
Schubert: String Quartet in G Major, D. 887 (Op. 161, 1826)
Bruckner: String Quintet in F Major, WAB 112 (1879)*
* featuring Sophie Renshaw, viola
Download the Programme - including details of times and sessions
Evening Chapel Concert
Lucy Russell violin
Marcus Barcham Stevens violin
Alan George viola
Sally Pendlebury cello