In this insightful talk, acclaimed scholar and performer Neal Peres Da Costa delved into the intricate relationships between music, place
and time. Focusing on Sala's reworking of Mozart's Clarinet Concerto, Professor Peres Da Costa drew compelling links between the field of historically
informed practice and The Last Resort.
Neal Peres Da Costa is Professor of Historical Performance and Program Leader of Postgraduate Research at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music (University of Sydney). Widely recognised as a historical keyboard performing scholar he has produced ground breaking research in his monograph Off the Record: Performing Practices in Romantic Piano Playing (Oxford University Press, New York: 2012) and the Bärenreiter edition (2015/16) of Brahms’ Sonatas for a single instrument and piano. He is the recipient of a prestigious Australian Research Council Discovery project grant (2017-19) for research into 19th-century piano playing.
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Photo: Kurt Davies
Saturday 28 October 2017
Sydney Observatory, Millers Point
FREE - bookings essential