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Bernardo Illari

Presentations in Taipei and Tokyo

In March 2017, Bernardo Illari presented a guest faculty lecture entitled "Colonial Conundrums: Persistence and Change in South American Music." in Taipei (Taiwan) at the National Taiwan University.  He participated in the IMS Tokyo, Study session,  “Composers as Writers: Self-Construction, Theory and Practice in Three Latin American Composers from the 17th-20th Centuries."  He read "Ideas de Sumaya: Una retórica deliberativa al servicio de la música" (Sumaya's Ideas: A Deliberative Rhetoric at the Service of Music),” in Spanish.  He participated in the IMS Round Table, "Music as Mission: The Globalization of European Religious Music to 1800." He read "Music, Inclusion and Erasure: The Jesuit Missions of Paraguay."  He presented a  Free paper: “A National Symphony—with a Twist: Argentine Alberto Williams’ Witch of the Mountains (1910).”