What are The Schubertiades?

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The Schubertiades are evenings born in the nineteenth century where musicians gave homage to their favorite composer Franz Schubert by playing his masterpieces.

Schubert himself was often present. At a certain point these informal concerts took on a sense of being larger than life where poets and writers also came to recite their compositions. The Schubertiades represented this sharing of artistic expression and of one’s self in a warm, inviting atmosphere, which is what has inspired the Schubertiades conservatory of music.

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