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The Modern Art Week of 1922: the Role of Music in the National Culture

The event, a partnership between the CEBRI's Culture and International Relations Program and the Brazil Institute of the King's College London, aims to promote a debate on the legacies of the Modern Art Week of 1922 for Brazilian culture, with a focus on music. By bringing together artists and researchers from different strands, the debate will seek to present the public with different views and readings on the subject.

Location:

Online Event

Time:

11 am BRT | 10 am EDT

Language:

Portuguese

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The event, a partnership between the CEBRI's Culture and International Relations Program and the Brazil Institute of the King's College London, aims to promote a debate on the legacies of the Modern Art Week of 1922 for Brazilian culture, with a focus on music. By bringing together artists and researchers from different strands, the debate will seek to present the public with different views and readings on the subject.

Opening and Moderation

Marcos Azambuja
Trustee Emeritus

Former Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Evangelina Seiler
Senior Fellow

Former Director of Casa França-Brasil

Vinicius Carvalho
Director of King’s Brazil Institute

Vice-Dean (International) of the Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy at King’s College London

Participants

Adriana Calcanhotto
Singer, Composer and Ambassador of the University of Coimbra

José Miguel Wisnik
Senior Professor of Brazilian Literature at USP, Essayist and Musician

Manoel Corrêa do Lago
Member of the Brazilian Academy of Music and Doctor in Musicology from Unirio

Paulo Sergio Duarte
Critic, Art History Professor and Curator

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