posted on 11/01/20
1. Botticelli's 'Primavera': classical allegory and Florentine humanism (1st December)
2. Michelangelo's 'Slaves': the construction of genius and the non finito (8th December)
3. Piero della Francesca's 'Flagellation': perspective and meaning at court (15th December)
4. Palladio's 'Rotunda': architectural icon or home? (5th January 2021)
5. Bellini's 'St. Francis in the Desert': God in nature and light in landscape (12th January)
6. Leonardo's 'Mona Lisa': portrait or ideal woman? (19th January)
7. Jacopo de' Barbari's View of Venice: printing and the Renaissance (26th January)
8. Raphael's 'School of Athens': a failed canon? (2nd February)
1. Tradition and subversion: Symphonies Nos. 1 and 2 (28th January)
2. After the crisis: Symphonies Nos. 3, ‘Eroica’, and 4 (4th February)
3. A pair of opposites: Symphonies Nos. 5 and 6, ‘Pastoral’ (11th February)
4. Riding a wave of popularity: Symphonies Nos. 7 and 8 (18th February)
5. An Enlightenment Hymn: Symphony No. 9 (25th February)
1. Epics in the Ancient World: Ideas of Transmission (9th February)
2. Homer: Gods and Mortals (16th February)
3. Gilgamesh: The Art of Being Human (23rd February)
4. Mahabharata: The Universe Explained (2nd March)
5. Ramayana: Gods, Heroes and Monkey Kings (9th March)
6. Shahnameh: the Persian Epic of Kings (16th March)
1. ‘Mahler Eight: birth in Munich, death in Venice’ with Stephen Johnson (4th March)
2. ‘Backstage at the Opera’ with Simon Rees (11th March)
3. ‘Mozart's Last Year: Myths and Misconceptions’ with Richard Wigmore (18th March)
4. ‘The Healing Power of Music: hope, inspiration and kinship’ with Clare Hammond (25th March)
5. ‘Handel’ with Jonathan Keates (1st April)
6. ‘Wagner and Vienna: the Fin-de-Siècle hothouse and the Gesamtkunstwerk’ with Barry Millington (8th April)
7. ‘Josquin des Prez: what made him a ‘Master of Musicians?’ with Professor John Bryan (15th April)
8. ‘The Life of Music: performance across the centuries’ with Sir Nicholas Kenyon (22nd April)
1. Origins (22nd March)
2. Kilpeck (24th March)
3. Fenland Churches (26th March)
4. The Decorated Explosion (29th March)
5. Perpendicular Churches (31st March)
6. Long Melford (2nd April)
1. Introduction: the musical and intellectual world of Wagner’s Ring (4th May)
2. Das Rheingold: The theft of the gold (11th May)
3. Die Walküre: The guilty god and his favourite daughter (18th May)
4. Siegfried: Dragon-slayer and child of nature (25th May)
5. Götterdämmerung: The fall of the gods (1st June)
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