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Robert Pippin: Hitchcock's Vertigo - On Suspending Morality

Thursday, October 19, 2017
4:30 pm
Music Building (MB)
Room: von Kuster Hall
robert pippin - mozart conference - western university

The Mozart Society of America's seventh biennial conference is being held at Western University. We are honoured to welcome presenters and guests to the Don Wright Faculty of Music from Oct. 19-21.

Keynote address: Robert B. Pippin, University of Chicago, “Inner and Outer, Real and Apparent, Judy and Madeleine in Hitchcock’s Vertigo: On Suspending Morality”

This event is open to the public and entire Western community. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Don Wright Faculty of Music at Western is proud to host the Mozart Society of America's seventh biennial conference from Oct. 19-21. Since 2001 the Mozart Society of America has organized biennial conferences that attract an international group of scholars and performers as participants and attendees. These conferences explore various themes in Mozart studies through papers, panel discussions, library- or museum-sponsored exhibitions, and performances.

For complete schedule and information about the conference (including lectures, concerts and theatrical performances), visit

Ed Goehring - Associate Professor
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