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Second Session of the Conference: Teleological Projections in Contemporary Composing Practice

Second Session of the Conference: Teleological Projections in Contemporary Composing Practice

On November 18–20, the 20th International Conference “Principles of Music Composing: Phenomenon of Teleology” will be held to examine compositional issues and study them on a theoretical level.

The conference was not curbed by the unusual conditions of this year, although it was forced to change the nature of its implementation. For the first time, the conference will be organized virtually. This is a great opportunity for an even larger audience unrestricted by any barriers to join!

This year’s theme resonates with a common dilemma of a processive art creator – what transformation of a work takes place in the perspective of a definite time. In other words, towards which goal the material of the work is oriented and what path is chosen before the fulfillment of that goal. Speakers from Lithuania, the USA, the United Kingdom, Canada, Spain, Austria, Serbia, Ukraine and Poland will share their theoretical insights and actively discuss these issues.

Authors / performers

Chairs: prof. dr. Rima Povilionienė, dr. Andrius Maslekovas

Speakers: Arthur Kaptainis, Agata Krawczyk, Jonas Jurkūnas, Iryna Tukova, Svetlana Barkauskas, Charris Efthimiou

Program

10:00 – Arthur Kaptainis. The Emancipation of Repetition: Transgressive Teleology in Four Classics of the 20th Century

10:30 – Agata Krawczyk. Differences and Similarities in the Approach to Teleology in Symphony No. 1 and Symhony No. 3 by Hanna Kulenty

11:00 – Jonas Jurkūnas. Case Study of Jonas Jurkūnas’s piece 100 Springtimes

Chair prof. dr. Rima Povilionienė

11:30–12:00 Break

12:00 – Iryna Tukova. New Sounds and Traditional Teleological Strategies in the Works by Alla Zagaykevych and Anna Korsun

12:30 – Svetlana Barkauskas. Vytautas Barkauskas’s Quintet in a Teleological Aspect

13:00 – Charris Efthimiou. On the Ending of Hans Werner Henze’s Oratorio The Raft of the Medusa (1968)

Chair dr. Andrius Maslekovas