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Presented in conjunction with Great Performers in Recital from Tanglewood and Recitals from the World Stage. Each collection includes three presentations, a panel discussion, and a live Q&A.

Panelists are leading scholars drawn from the fields of musicology, anthropology, visual arts, literature, and theater studies. Presentations will be offered one week (or more) in advance of the chosen recital program. The panel discussion and Q&A will be offered the day of the recital program.

Videos are $5 or $15 for each OpenForum collection.
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Videos in each Collection:


MMDG

Panelists
Dr. Nadine Hubbs
Professor of Women’s Studies and Music, University of Michigan

Dr. Christi Jay Wells
Assistant Professor of Musicology, Arizona State University

Dr. Harvey Young
Dean – College of Fine Arts, Boston University

For more information about the panelists and presentations, visit TLI.org.

The Roaring Twenties

July 27 - August 12
All videos in this collection will be available through August 30

Explore cultural change in classical and popular music, jazz, social dance, film, and theatre at the dawn of the modern age, with 100 years of perspective. 

Presentations Include:
The Twenties’ Roaring: Deafening Developments in Classical and Popular Music and a Century’s Societal Reverberations
Dr. Nadine Hubbs, Professor of Women’s Studies and Music, University of Michigan

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Black & Tan Fantasies or Harlem Realities?: African American Popular Dance and Early Sound Film
Dr. Christi Jay Wells, Assistant Professor of Musicology, Arizona State University

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Theatre of Pleasure and Excess: Making Modern American Theatre
Dr. Harvey Young, Dean – College of Fine Arts, Boston University

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Panel discussion and Q&A

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PURCHASE ENTIRE COLLECTION: $15


Paul Lewis

Panelists
Susan Bernstein
Brown University

Gabriela Cruz
University of Michigan

Judy Sund
City University of New York

For more information about the panelists and presentations, visit TLI.org.

THE ROMANTIC SPIRIT

August 4 - 7
All videos in this collection will be available through August 30

Discover what musical, artistic, and literary disruption meant to audiences in 19th-century Europe, and how those changes are reflected in the experiences of concertgoers and art enthusiasts in 21st-century America.

Presentations Include:
Liszt’s Double Vision, or The Gothic Liszt
Susan Bernstein, Brown University

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On Romantic Listening or, What We Learn in the Dark
Gabriela Cruz, University of Michigan

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Eugène Delacroix and Romantic Musicality
Judy Sund, City University of New York

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Panel discussion and Q&A

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PURCHASE ENTIRE COLLECTION: $15


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