Live dialogue with Professor Daniel Chua, Chair Professor of Music at The University of Hong Kong. He will share his insights on Music for Hope and Healing and take your questions from around the world.
The live online event will be held from 21:00-21:45, HKT Wednesday, June 3, 2020
How can music be used to create a sense of hopefulness? What role has music played during the coronavirus pandemic? How can music help us move forward and heal from this pandemic? These are some of the questions we wish to explore.
“What is the power of classical music? Why is it relevant today?”
Send your questions
- via Twitter: #HKUCovid19
- via email: email@example.com
Watch the livestream
- Website: You can watch live on this page
- Youtube: hkudaao or sreenet
- Twitter: @HKUniveristy or @sree
- Facebook: @HKU100
- Linkedin: Sree Sreenivasan
DATE: Wednesday, June 3
- 21:00 HKT
- 14:00 LDN
- 18:30 DEL
- 22:00 TYO
- 23:00 SYD
- 06:00 LA/SF
- 09:00 NYC
Moderator: NYC-based Sree Sreenivasan, a social and digital media expert and Marshall Loeb Visiting Professor of Digital Innovation at Stony Brook University, New York
Speaker: Professor Daniel Chua is currently the Chair Professor of Music and ‘Mr and Mrs Hung Hing-Ying Professor in the Arts’ at the University of Hong Kong, and the President of the International Musicological Society. He earned his PhD in musicology at Cambridge University, and has taught and conducted research at many distinguished institutions around the world including Cambridge, King’s College London, Yale, and Harvard.
He has written widely on music, from Monteverdi to Stravinsky, but is particularly known for his work on (i) Beethoven, (ii) the intersection between music, philosophy and theology, and (iii) the history of ‘absolute music’. Prof. Chua is also currently working on a post-human manifesto modestly entitled an Intergalactic Music Theory of Everything (IMTE).
For Professor Chua’s detailed bio, see HERE
This is the ninth episode of the #HKUCovid19 series, a global dialogue with HKU experts online.