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Jun 03, 2019

Congress - Eighteen Century Theatre Capitals : from Lisbon to St. Petersburg

27 to 29 June 2019

DS-CEMSP 7th International Conference is going to be held at the National Palace of Queluz (Portugal). This year’s meeting is dedicated to the cultural exchange between European capitals during the 18th century, and a vast geographic range including all important cities on the European map, will be examined.

The conference aims to promote a multidisciplinary dialogue on topics which explore the phenomenon of interaction and different aspects of music and music theater, calling for the participation of researchers of various areas of studies. Topics as:

Repertoires and analysis of models belonging to specific areas of influence and their disseminations elsewhere
Dramaturgical roles, literary sources and their spreading across Europe
Dissemination and adaptation of theatrical genres and plots
Circulation of composers, librettists, singers and dancers, as well as specialized “workers” as architects, scenographers, costume designers
A selection of the presented papers will be published in our book series Cadernos de Queluz, by Hollitzer Verlag, Wien

Scientific Committee:

Maria Ida Biggi, Francesco Cotticelli, Paologiovanni Maione, Cristina Fernandes,

Giuseppina Raggi, Iskrena Yordanova, Ricardo Bernardes

Key-note Speakers:

Solveig Serre

(Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, France)

Andrea Merlotti

(Centro di Studi delle Residenze Reali Sabaude, Reggia di Venaria, Italy)



Official languages of the conference are Portuguese, English, Italian and Spanish.


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Scientific Committee:

Maria Ida Biggi, Francesco Cotticelli, Paologiovanni Maione, Cristina Fernandes,

Giuseppina Raggi, Iskrena Yordanova, Ricardo Bernardes

Key-note Speakers:

Solveig Serre

(Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, France)

Andrea Merlotti

(Centro di Studi delle Residenze Reali Sabaude, Reggia di Venaria, Italy)

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