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ON LATE STYLE
Concert hallPierre Boulez Saal
Late Palestine: Struggle, Exile and Home
On Late Style
Sunday, 8 April 2018
18:30Concert hallPierre Boulez SaalThe festival closes with a lecture by Raja Shehadeh, author of Strangers in the House, Where the Line is Drawn, and Language of War, Language of Peace. In “Late Palestine: Struggle, Exile, and Home,” Shehadeh reflects on Edward Said’s notion of late style to examine how ideas of struggle, exile, and home can be understood in counterpoint during a difficult moment in “late Palestine.” Shehadeh uses his own writing as well as Raed Andoni’s award-winning film Ghost Hunting (which is screened earlier in the day as part of the festival) as his foil. Performances of Webern’s orchestration of Bach’s Fuga (Ricercata) a 6 voci from A Musical Offering and Beethoven’s String Quartet Op. 130 (with the Große Fuge) surround the lecture.More information
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