Sons, Brothers, Sisters
Daniel Purcell, Fanny Mendelssohn, Franz Xaver Mozart, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach ... footnotes of history or brilliant musicians in their own right?
This talk looks at the talented but overlooked children and siblings of famous composers, examines their contributions to the music life of their times, and wonders if they should remain as mere footnotes.
This talk lasts about 60 minutes, or can be longer of shorter if required. All necessary equipment (projector, screen, sound system) is provided.