UCR Dance and Music Guest Zoom Lecture by Dr. Tamara Levitz: “Ida Rubinstein”

The UCR Departments of Dance and Music
and Dance/Music 155F

welcome you to attend a Guest Zoom Lecture by 

Dr. Tamara Levitz

Professor of Comparative Literature at UCLA

“Ida Rubinstein”

Co-coordinated by Drs. Byron Adams and Linda J. Tomko 

Dr. Levitz will present research on the Russian, Jewish, billionaire Ida Rubinstein, who featured as a performer in some early Ballets Russes productions and subsequently produced her own work, in which she also performed.

June 3, 2020
Wednesday, 3:30 to 4:50 pm Pacific Time (US and Canada) 
• Zoom  
Advance registration for this meeting is required, please register by 1:00 on June 3: 
https://ucr.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcrcOupqTIqHd0A3PpXIjZcgL-ssQ29iB0h 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Tamara Levitz is a musicologist from Montréal, Canada, who holds a position as Professor of Comparative Literature at UCLA in Los Angeles, California. She has published widely on musical modernism in Germany, Cuba, Senegal, and France in the 1920s and 30s. Combining extensive archival research with acute critical interpretation, Tamara explores in her work the artistic intentions, complex motivations, sexual and gender identifications, and intricate social relations of musicians, composers, critics, ethnographers, performers, and audiences involved in historical events of musical performance.

Much of her work has focused on renowned artists, including Ferruccio Busoni, John Cage, Igor Stravinsky, and André Gide. Dr. Levitz won the Kinkeldey Prize—the highest honor offered by the American Musicological Association—for Modernist Mysteries: Perséphone (Oxford, 2012), in which she presents a microhistorical analysis of the premiere by Ida Rubinstein of André Gide’s and Igor Stravinsky’s melodrama Perséphone on 30 April 1934.

Information: dance@ucr.edu  dance.ucr.edu  

Wednesday, June 3 at 3:30pm to 5:50pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Arts, Music & Concerts, Dance

Audience

Faculty & Staff, Graduate Students, Transfer Students

Department
Music, Dance
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