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Official Programme Schedule

Schedule for the Beaumarchais-Symposium

10 Sep Official Programme Schedule

The official programme schedule for the symposium Between Revolution and Bourgeoisie: Beaumarchais’ Figaro-Trilogy as a Subject for European Opera is now available. We are honoured to confirm that amongst the distinguished speakers are the Academy Award winning American composer John Corigliano and the celebrated French composer Thierry Pécou.

Speakers and panelists will be:

  • Jean-Pierre de Beaumarchais (Paris)
  • Daniel Brandenburg (Salzburg)
  • Michele Calella (Vienna)
  • David Cranmer (Lisbon)
  • John Corigliano (New York)
  • Alessandro Di Profio (Paris)
  • Adrian Eröd (Vienna)
  • Albert Gier (Bamberg)
  • Hilde Haider (Vienna)
  • Sabine Henze-Döhring (Marburg)
  • Saverio Lamacchia (Udine)
  • Oliver Láng (Vienna)
  • Werner Ogris (Vienna)
  • Thierry Pécou (Paris)
  • Luca Pisaroni (Vienna)
  • Mathias Spohr (Zurich)
  • Michael Wittmann (Berlin)
  • Patrice Caurier
  • Michael Hampe
  • Moshe Leiser
  • Marco Arturo Marelli

Download the programme schedule