Theosophy and music: the composer Edmund Rubbra

Enchanted Modernities: Theosophy and the Arts in the Modern World

This conference will be held 25–27 September at the University of Amsterdam.  It is the first to be organised by a newly established research network set up jointly by the Universities of York and Amsterdam and Utah State University, with funding from the Leverhulme Trust, bringing together scholars from all over the world to examine the complex relationship between theosophy, modernism and the arts c. 1875–1960.  Postgraduate student Lucy Cradduck will be giving a paper entitled ‘Point of departure: the enduring influence of theosophy on the composer Edmund Rubbra’.  Read more about the conference and view the full programme here:http://www.york.ac.uk/history-of-art/amsterdam-theosophy-conference/synopsis.htm

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1 Response to Theosophy and music: the composer Edmund Rubbra

  1. Sounds like a lovely conference, if only I had time to head over to Amsterdam. Good Luck to Lucy!

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