THE MUSIC OF VIENNA 1900:
Brahms and Beyond
by Hugh Petter (Oxford), visiting lecturer and pianist for Cunard, P&O Lines
THE ART OF VIENNA 1900:
Dreams, Symbols and Desires
by Dr. Jon Whiteley, Hon. Curator, Department of Western Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
LESSING’S NATHAN THE WISE AND RELIGIOUS TOLERATION:
What Can we Learn Today?
by Dr. Kevin Hilliard, Lecturer in German, University of Oxford
ADVENT PARTY 2.30 in the Church Room, Radley OX14 3JE
Stories, poems, music, carols and bring-and-share feast
THE MAGIC FLUTE AND THE VIENNA OF ITS TIME:
Mysticism, Misunderstanding and a New Kind of Opera
by Dr. Gulliver Ralston, University of Oxford
THE ELBE’S MAGICAL JOURNEY:
From the Giant Mountains to the Flats of the North Sea
by Professor Hansjörg Küster, University of Hanover
ALL IN THE FAMILY:
One Hundred Years of England and Germany
by Marcus Ferrar, Former Reuters Correspondent in Berlin
Dinosaurs, Woolly Mammoths and Early Humans
by Elin Bornemann, Collections Assistant, Abingdon County Hall Museum
GOETHE’S VISION OF NATURE:
Poetry, Science and a Remarkable Mind
by Alex Murrel, Wynstones School, Gloucester
The German-speaking World Today
by Peter Gieler, Retired Patron, AAGC
THE VIENNESE SPECTACULAR:
1900 as Dawn or Twilight of Modern Culture?
by John Warren, Oxford
Unless otherwise stated all events take place at, and by kind permission of, The Abbey Chapel, Checker Walk, Abingdon OX14 3JB on Thursdays at 7.30 p.m.
Visitors very welcome. Refreshments.
Enquiries tel. 01235 533887