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Pietro Angiolini: Il califfo di Bagdad ossia Le rovine di Babilonia. Ballo Pantomimo in quattro atti. Milano: 1815 (Don Juan Archiv Wien, Sammlung Ernestea Sezzatense 47)
Pietro Angiolini (Sohn von Gasparo Angiolini): Il califfo di Bagdad ossia Le rovine di Babilonia. Ballo Pantomimo in quattro atti. Milano: 1815 (Don Juan Archiv Wien, Sammlung Ernestea Sezzatense 47)
Salvatore Viganò: Otello o sia Il moro di Venezia. Ballo tragico. Milano: 1818 (Don Juan Archiv Wien, Sammlung Ernestea Sezzatense 58)
Salvatore Viganò (Sohn von Onorato Viganò, welcher 1769 für Neapel ein Don Juan-Ballett schuf): Otello o sia Il moro di Venezia. Ballo tragico. Milano: 1818 (Don Juan Archiv Wien, Sammlung Ernestea Sezzatense 58)

OTTOMAN EMPIRE & EUROPEAN THEATRE

IV.
The Turkish Subject in Ballet and Dance
from the Sixteenth Century Onwards

A Commemoration of the 250th Anniversary of Don Juan ou Le Festin de Pierre (1761) by Gasparo Angiolini (1731-1803) and Christoph W. Gluck (1714-1787) in Vienna

International Symposium in Two Acts
Organized by
Don Juan Archiv Wien

Forschungsverein für Theater- und Kulturgeschichte

 

In cooperation with
The UNESCO International Theatre Institute in Vienna
and
The Austrian Cultural Forum in Istanbul

Vienna / Istanbul
2011

Vienna:   
Dates: April 29-30, 2011   
Venue: UNESCO – ITI   
Palais Khevenhüller, Türkenstraße 19, A-1090 Wien

Istanbul:
Dates: June 9-10, 2011   
Venue: Austrian Cultural Forum

Palais Yeniköy. Köybaşı Caddesi 44, Yeniköy, TR-34464 Istanbul

 

Conference Convenors: Michael Hüttler, Suna Suner, H.E. Weidinger

Call for Papers

VIENNA
(Act I)

FRIDAY, APRIL 29th, 2011

 

10:00-10:30 Opening Ceremony

Helga Dostal (ITI-UNESCO Centrum Austria)
Exc. Kadri Ecvet Tezcan (Ambassador of the Turkish Republic)
Michael Hüttler (Don Juan Archiv Wien)

 

10:30-12:45 Session I “The Case of Le Turc généreux and the Viennese Context”

Chair: Markus Köhbach (Vienna)

1. Bruce Alan Brown (Los Angeles)       

What the Envoy Saw: Diplomacy, Theatre and Ahmet Resmî Efendi’s Embassy to Vienna, 1758

2. Michael Malkiewicz (Salzburg)       

Music to the Engraving of Le Turc généreux by F.A. Hilverding

3. Vera Grund (Salzburg)       

Turkish Ballets in the Collection of Český Krumlov

 

12:45-14:15 Lunch break

 

14:15-15:45 Session II “Le Turc et la Cour Française”

Chair: Michael Hüttler (Vienna)

1. David Chataignier (Paris)

The Role of the Turk in French Seventeenth Century Court Spectacle: The Carrousel de Monseigneur le Dauphin (1662)

2. Laura Naudeix (Angers/Paris)       

Scanderbeg on the French Operatic Stage: the Turkish Subject as a Mediation for Fiction

 

15:45-16:00 Coffee Break


16:00-17:30 Session III “Ballet alla Turca and Baroque”

Chair: Bernd Roger Bienert (Vienna)

1. Strother Purdy (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)   

Semiotic Aspects of the Baroque, the Ballet, and the Turkish Relation

2. Stefanie Steiner (Karlsruhe)       

A “Ballet of Turks” in Brunswick: Baroque Theatre Culture at the Court of Duke Anton Ulrich of Brunswick-Wolfenbuettel (1666–1714)

 

18:30 Dinner

SATURDAY, APRIL 30th, 2011

10:00-11:30 Session IV  “Dancing Turkishness”

Chair: Nedret Kuran Burçoğlu (Istanbul)

1. Haluk Öyküm Lumalı (Ankara)       

The Contributions of Folk Dance of Turkish Origin to Turkish Ballet

2. Gunhild Oberzaucher-Schüller (Vienna)       

The Quest for a Choreographic alla Turca: Is there a specific 'Turkish step'?

 

11:30-11:45 Coffee Break

 

11:45-14:00 Session V  “Genre and Gender: Questions on Ballets Turcs and Turkish Dances ”

Chair: Helga Dostal (Vienna)

1. Güzin Yamaner (Ankara)        

The Position of Women Dancers from Middle Asian to Modern Turkish Dances

2. Selçuk Göldere (Ankara)       

Turqueries: European Ballet with Turkish Content According to Metin And and Neo-Ottoman Turkish State Opera-Ballet Productions

3. Bert Gstettner (Vienna)

Angelo Soliman revisited - aspects of a choreography about an outstanding personality

 

14:30 Brief Visit to Don Juan Archiv Wien and Following Lunch

ISTANBUL
(Act II)

THURSDAY, JUNE 9th, 2011

10:00-11:00 Opening Ceremony

Michael Hüttler (Don Juan Archiv Wien)
Doris Danler (Austrian Cultural Forum Director)

Paul Jenewein (Austrian Consul General) 
Exc. Selim Yenel (Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
(inquired)
Cemal Öztaş, (Grand National Assembly of Turkey) (inquired)
İlber Ortaylı (Topkapı Palace)

 

11:00-12:30 Session I “Politics and Arts and the Greater Mediterranean in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries”

Chair: Günsel Renda (Istanbul)

1. Dirk Van Waelderen (Brussels/Leuven)       

"Heroes and villains": Habsburg Supremacy over the Ottomans in Triumphal Celebrations in the Spanish Netherlands

2. Bent Holm (Copenhagen)       

Dancing the Identity: Danish alla turca Ballets and the National Self-Image

 

12:30-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-15:00 Session II  “Reflections of the Imperial Ottoman in European Ballet”

Chair: Filiz Ali (Istanbul)

1. Gunhild Oberzaucher-Schüller (Vienna)      

The Quest for a Choreographic alla Turca: Veiling and Unveiling

2. Evren Kutlay Baydar (Istanbul)       

The ‘Sultan’ Image in Selected Ballets from the Eighteenth to the Early Nineteenth Centuries

 

15:00-15:15 Coffee Break

 

15:15-16:45 Session III  “Generic Investigations”

Chair: Sebnem Aksan (Istanbul)

1. Dora Kiss Muetzenberg (Geneva)        

The 'Turkish Dance', an Emblem of belle danse

2. Deniz Polat (Istanbul)       

A Historical Approach to Turning Movements In Comparison to Genres of Sema and Ballet

 

19:30-20:30 Lecture-Recital: “European Music in the Ottoman Empire”

Evren Kutlay Baydar (Istanbul) (Presentation and piano)

 

21:00 Dinner

FRIDAY, JUNE 10th, 2011

10:00-12:15 Session IV “A Traveller Composer and a Composer Sultan or, Solitude at Home and On the Road”

Chair: Michael Hüttler (Vienna)

1. Käthe Springer-Dissmann (Vienna) 

Gluck, the Wanderer: Travels of a European Composer

2. Sibylle Dahms (Salzburg)

The New Edition of Gluck's and Angiolini's Don Juan in the Gluck-Gesamtausgabe (II/2)

3. Emre Aracı (London/Istanbul)       

A Life for the Sultan: Murad V and the Creation of a Psychological Ballet

 

12:30 Lunch

 

21:00 Closing Event: “An Ambassador’s Opera”

W. A. Mozart’s Bastien und Bastienne in the Gardens of Palais Yeniköy (by invitation)

Symposium Full Program incl. Abstracts

 

Registration requested for all guests who wish to participate.

Don Juan Archiv Wien reserves the right to make changes to the symposia programme, as necessary.

 

 

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