Friday, October 26
Oshman Hall, McMurtry Building
Sponsored by: Department of Art & Art History
The recreation of the soundscape of Hagia Sophia, built in Istabul in the sixth century, is the focus of the documentary film The Voice of Hagia Sophia, highlighting Stanford’s interdisciplinary project “Icons of Sound”, led by Bissera Pentcheva (Art History) and Jonathan Abel (CCRMA) and in collaboration with the foremost choir for Byzantine chant in North America, Cappella Romana.
Q&A with Duygu Erucman and Bissera Pentcheva after the screening.