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Research Colloquium: J. S. Bach’s ‘The Art of Fugue’

Bach, Art of Fugue

J. S. Bach’s The Art of Fugue (tbc)

Lecture Theatre 1, School of Music

The speaker is Daniel Herscovitch
(Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney)

Chaired by Steve Muir


Abstract
To follow


Daniel Herscovitch studied with Alexander Sverjensky at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music then, with the generous support of a German Government DAAD scholarship, under Professor Rosl Schmid in Munich. While based in Germany he performed extensively on the continent and in England and toured Australia three times. He also appeared at several international festivals including the Berlin Festival, the Zagreb Biennale and the Saarbrücken Tage der Neuen Musik.

His recordings of repertoire ranging from the 17th to the 21st centuries have been released on Tall Poppies, Toccata Classics, CSM, Continuum, Wirripang and ABC Classics labels. Three further CDs are scheduled for release this year. He is currently Associate Professor of Piano at The University of Sydney Conservatorium of Music, where he has also lectured for many years in chamber music and piano pedagogy.

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