Musicology Prof. William Everett's Public Talks and Publications

Dr. William Everett, Curators' Distinguished Professor of Musicology/Musicology Area Coordinator, with Dr. Lynda Payne, presented the paper “Rescuing Quacks, Revolutionizing Operatic Norms, and Restoring Courtly Love through Donizetti and Romani’s L’elisir d’amore (1832)” at the international conference “Glazba, Umjetnosti i Politika: Revoljucije i Rastauricije u Europi i Hrvatskoj 1815-1860/Music, Arts and Politics: Revolutions and Restorations in Europe and Croatia, 1815-1860” in Zagreb, Croatia, October 17, 2019.

His invited article “Demystifying Opera in Early Hollywood Film: A Tale of Three Singers” was published in the International Revue of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 50 (2019): 271-295.

Dr. Everett recently gave two pre-concert talks for the Friends of Chamber Music: 1) “Discord and the Human Condition” (for the Rolston Quartet on October 11) and 2) “’Your hands lie open in the long fresh grass’: The Musical Sublimity of the Present” (for Fretwork with Iestyn Davies on October 25).


Published: Oct 31, 2019