I will be conducting an one-hour workshop on memorizing music and playing by heart this Sunday, 11:30 am, at Deutscher Tonkünstlerverband’s studio Schillerstraße, Berlin-Charlottenburg. Cordial invitation to all the music teachers, instrumentalists and singers among my dear acquaintances. Admission is free.
The first ever all-Metner concert in my university is over, comprising the G minor Sonata, Op. 22, Sonata-Reminiscenza and Sonata tragica from Opp. 38 and 39, Sonata romantica, Op. 53 No. 1, as well as some skazki and Goethe songs. It’s been such an amazing evening! Thank you so much, Magdalena Müllerperth, Georgy Tchaidze, Evgeny Nikiforov, Emma Moore, SooJin Anjou, and Severin von Eckardstein for your beautiful performances. I’ll preserve the dearest memories of your playing.
Theremin und Klavier im Konzert
My eight-year-old piece Nachtgirlande, now live recorded in a version for theremin and piano, with fabulous Carolina Eyck appearing as a soloist. Enjoy this trophy of the first-ever theremin recital in Berlin two days ago, with compositions and performances by Carolina, Christopher, and myself.
Artikel über Genderhürden
To finally close a chapter, I am posting my article on the Professorinnenprogramm of the German Ministry of Education and Science, dealing with politically intended promotion of women in academic staff. Feedback is much appreciated. Enjoy.
Herzliche Grüße aus Moskau
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Am scheduled for tomorrow to present a paper on the orchestral music of Sergey Taneyev and Aleksandr Scriabin in a conference of the Russian Society for Music Theory. Couldn’t be more excited!
For all those interested: the paper will also be presented in a German version during the 15th Annual Conference of the Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie (GMTH), included in a panel dedicated to Taneyev and Scriabin—Saturday, 3 October, 2–4 pm, UdK Berlin, Faculty of Music, Bundesallee 1–12, Carl Flesch hall. Also speaking in that section: Aleksandra Savenkova, Elena Chernova, and Benjamin Vogels.