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16. May 2022 - 17. May 2000

MUSIC HISTORY
05. October 2021
Gero Pitlok

Musikhistorische wie organologische Darstellung besaiteter Tasteninstrumente (Cembalo, Clavichord, Klavier etc.).

Livestream

17.00–18.30

For registration please send an e-mail to info-event[at]dhi-roma[dot]it.
The deadline for registration is 4 October 2021.



MUSIC HISTORY
03. October 2021 - 08. October 2021
Musikstadt Rom. Topographie, Geschichte, Ausstrahlung

Study course of music history, with financial support by the Gesellschaft für Musikforschung (GfM) and the Friends of the German Historical Institute in Rome.

German Historical Institute in Rome



MIDDLE AGES, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
01. October 2021
Faschismus und Heraldik – Eine Spurensuche zur visuellen Propaganda in Mussolinis Rom

Dr. Andreas Rehberg

Meeting point: 10.00, Fontanella delle Tre Tiare at the beginning of Via di Porta Angelica (on the right colonnades)

Fee: none

Note: please bring a protective mask.

Limited number of participants: 20

Please comunicate your binding registration by 28 September 2021 at fiorini[at]dhi-roma.it. Questions about the tour can also be addressed to the e-mail address provided.

Guided tour in German language



MIDDLE AGES
28. September 2021
From Convivencia to Entanglement. Interpreting Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Retellings of the Hebrew Bible in Medieval Iberia

David Wacks (Eugene), Discussant: Matthias M. Tischler (Barcelona)

Event within the framework of the first seminar series "Euro-Mediterranean Entanglements in Medieval History", organised by the German Historical Institutes in Paris and Rome.

Livestream

17.00

Flyer, complete program of the seminar series and information on the event format

Contact: Amélie Sagasser, Kordula Wolf

Registration



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, MUSIC HISTORY
23. September 2021
Opera, Historiography, Archives – Any Lessons to Take? Approaching Imperial Politics of Opera in Habsburg Europe

Axel Körner (University College London)

Event within the framework of the seminar series "Contrappunto. Modern History & Music History Talks (2021–2022)".

Livestream

17.00

Organisation and contact: Antonio Carbone, Bianca Gaudenzi, Carolin Krahn, Andrea Martinez

For registration please send an e-mail to info-event(at)dhi-roma(dot)it.
The deadline for registration is 22 September 2021.



MUSIC HISTORY
18. September 2021
"Fontane di Roma": Brunnen Roms zwischen barocker Stadtarchitektur und Programmmusik des Novecento

Dr. Markus Engelhardt

Meeting point: 9.30, Piazza Barberini, Fontana del Tritone

Fee: none

Note: please bring a protective mask.

Limited number of participants: 20
Elaborate fountains are among the most characteristic elements of the baroque urban architecture of Rome. The two-hour guided tour starting at the Fontana del Tritone (Gian Lorenzo Bernini) and continuing on to the Fontana di Trevi (Nicola Salvi) and the Fontana di Villa Medici (Annibale Lippi) brings together art historical information with the musical "recreations" of these fountains in the "Fontane di Roma" (1916), the first of three symphonic poems with which Ottorino Respighi (1879‒1936) elevated the city on the Tiber to the eternal city of late romantic concert literature.

Please comunicate your binding registration by 15 September 2021 at fiorini[at]dhi-roma.it. Questions about the tour can also be addressed to the e-mail address provided.

Guided tour in German language



MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, MUSIC HISTORY
16. September 2021 - 17. September 2021
Contested Knowledge in a Connected World

Connecting Themes Conference, organised by the Max Weber Foundation's international research project Knowledge Unbound/Wissen entgrenzen, in which the DHI Rome is participating.

Hotel Berlin, Lützowplatz 17, 10785 Berlin

Contact: Ala Al-Hamarneh

Download Programme (PDF, 419 KB)



MUSIC HISTORY
16. September 2021
Concert of new music

Ensemble Horizonte (Detmold)

In the framework of a podcast project of the Music History Department of the DHI Rome, in cooperation with the German Academy Villa Massimo and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Direction: Jörg-Peter Mittmann

Villa Almone (Residence of the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany)

19.00

Closed event



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
08. September 2021
Fernando Esposito

Die Gleichzeitigkeit des Ungleichzeitigen. Chronotopos und Chronopolitik.

Livestream

17.30

For registration please send an e-mail to info-event[at]dhi-roma[dot]it.
The deadline for registration is 7 September 2021.



MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, MUSIC HISTORY
05. September 2021 - 14. September 2021
Roman Studies Course – Studies Course of the DHI Rome for advanced students and doctoral candidates in history and music history

German Historical Institute in Rome

Further information



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