The life of composer Franz Schubert was tragic in many respects and betrays the effects of the poor social conditions in the 19th century. Vienna was a swiftly growing metropolis surrounded by much turmoil. The Super Lecture zooms in on the role that Schubert and the activist group Die Unsinnsgeschellschaft played as catalyst of revolutionary social changes in the Vienna of those days. Which role can the arts and the public play in the canalisation of great social changes?
The Super Lecture will be held in Dutch.
Reservation is recommended.