Opera in a Virtual Age
December 2, 2020
Jesse Rosenberg, associate professor of musicology, discusses opera in the time of lockdown. His lecture explores historical perspectives in the current crisis affecting the field of live opera.
About the Presenter
Jesse Rosenberg is a specialist in 19th- and 20th-century Italian opera, with articles published on Rossini, Donizetti, Bellini, and Verdi and papers read at national and international conferences on opera and film music history. His research interests include musical aesthetics and the convergence of music with fields such as literature, poetry, and theology.
This event was presented by the Northwestern Alumni Association.
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