Panel Discussion: “German Expressionism: Exploring the Cultural Makeup of Germany during the Early Twentieth Century”
Panelists: Trinita Kennedy, curator, Frist Center, John Hoomes, artistic director, Nashville Opera, and Andy Campbell, education and community engagement program manager, Nashville Symphony
Moderator: Dr. Robert Barsky, Alexander Heard Distinguished Service Professor (2011–2012), and editor, AmeriQuests, Vanderbilt University
The artistic staff of the Nashville Symphony, Nashville Opera, and the Frist Center joined together for a panel discussion exploring the cultural makeup of Germany during the early twentieth-century German Expressionist movement which spawned a new style of music, art, and theatre. The discussion included examples of art and vocal/musical excerpts, as well as a live musical performance.
This panel discussion was presented in conjunction with the exhibition German Expressionism from the Detroit Institute of Arts on view at the Frist Center from October 19, 2012 through February 10, 2013.