Works by famous contemporaries of Erasmus, including Josquin Desprez, Jean Mouton, Sixtus Dietrich, Ludwig Senfl, Antoine de Févin, Nicolas Gombert, and Thomas Stoltzer.
Reading with excerpts from "In Praise of Folly."
More events on "In Praise of Folly" and philosophy:
3:30 p.m. - Guided tour in the footsteps of Erasmus through Basel's old town with Martina Kuoni, meeting point: Basel Cathedral, Pforte.
17.00 - "Erasmus: Musical traces of a European life": Ensemble Rubens rosa: Karin Weston and Matthieu Romanens (vocals), Aliéonor Wolteche (fiddle), Mélina Perlein-Féliers (harp), Sara Maria Fantini (lute), works by J. Martini, L. Fogliano, A. Agricola, J. Hesdimois, A. Stringarius Patavis, Pfabinschwantz, J.D. Prioris, Schmiedenhof - Historic Guildhall
6.30 p.m. - Colloquium I: Public lecture with Prof. Dr. Maarten Hoenen (University of Basel): "Praise of folly then and now", Schmiedenhof - Historical Guild Hall
8:00 p.m. - Concert introduction in the nave of the church by students of the Musicology Seminar of the University of Basel, St. Peter's Church
14.09.2022, 10.00-13.00 - Laboratorium I: Paul van Nevel meets the students of the concert Laboratorium klingt, Musik-Akademie, Studio Eckenstein
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