Debussy in 2018: A Centenary Celebration

The conference welcomed delegates from at least 12 countries and several continents to the RNCM and the University of Glasgow for the biggest scholarly and musical centenary commemorations worldwide of Claude Debussy’s death.

The conference aimed to do two things: to reassess the state of research on Debussy 100 years after his death, including research from emerging as well as established scholars, and secondly, to focus on Debussy’s late style and legacy.

The conference aimed to do two things: to reassess the state of research on Debussy 100 years after his death, including research from emerging as well as established scholars, and secondly, to focus on Debussy’s late style and legacy.

Project Leaders

Professor Barbara Kelly

Dr David Code

Reviews

Conference Review: Claude Debussy in 2018: A Centenary Celebration

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