The Potocki Palace
vul. Mykoly Kopernyka, 15
The Forum is dedicated to the new aspects of research on the artistic life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and role of his son - Franz Xaver Mozart (“Mozart Junior”)—in the musical culture of Lviv. Do we know everything about the Viennese genius composer? Aren’t there anymore myths about his personality to be dispelled? Was Lviv Mozart just an echo of his genius father, or he deserves a recognition as a composer, a performer, and a teacher? These are the questions to be answered during the Forum by the European musicologists. The Forum program runs from 10:00 to 17:00 hours.
Lyubov Kyyanovska, doctor of Art Criticism, Professor of the Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy (Ukraine)
Adelina Yefimenko, doctor of Art Criticism, Professor of the Department of Music History, the Glier Kiev Institute of Music, the Ukrainian Free University (Munich, Germany)
Lyubov Kyyanovska, doctor of Art Criticism, Professor, Head of the Department of Music History of the Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy (Ukraine): ˮSpiritual atmosphere of Lviv in the “Mozart’s period” (1808-1838)”
Armin Brinzing, Head of Bibliotheca Mozartiana International Foundation Mozarteum: "Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart: his work and his acitvities for the memory of his father"
Teresa Masepa, doctor of Art Criticism, The University of Rzeszów (Poland): ˮLviv music societies during the Franz Xaver Mozart timesˮ
Adelina Yefimenko, doctor of Art Criticism, Professor of the Department of Music History, the Glier Kiev Institute of Music, the Ukrainian Free University (Munich, Germany): ˮ“Idomeneo” and “La clemenza di Tito” Operas by W.A.Mozart: success, fiasco, and satisfactionˮ
Hartmut Krones, doctor of philosophy, Professor (Vienna, Austria): ˮUnfortunately, often we hear Mozart not in Mozart’s sense. Performance problems yesterday and todayˮ
Helmut Loos, doctor of philosophy, Professor, Нonorary Member of The Society for German Music Culture in Southeastern Europe (Munich, German): ˮMusical treatises of the 19th century from a source criticism perspectiveˮ
Hubertus von Voß, Doctor of Medicine, Professor (Munich, Germany): ˮMusical collection of the Voss Family – Berlin Book – the 19th centuryˮ
Angelika Moths, Professor, the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Basel, Switzerland), the University of Arts (Zürich, Switzerland): “Oh, love, - you are a brave deity” — drawing parallels between the operas of “Amazons, or Herminia” by Józef Elsner and “The Magic Flute” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozartˮ