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Registration for this event is now full. Please see below for information on walk-up attendance on the day of the event.
This event has been moved to a larger venue to accommodate demand. Please note that the event will now take place at Hertz Hall. If you have already RSVPed with us, there is no need to do so again for the new venue.To best enjoy this landmark symposium, please be advised that:
* Seating on the day of the event is on a first-come, first served basis.
* RSVPs will be honored until 15 minutes prior to start time. Please check in at the reservation table for priority entrance.
* There will be a separate line for walk-up patrons who will be admitted 10 minutes prior to start time should seating become open at that time.
* Your RSVP is non-transferable.
The Vienna Philharmonic 100 Years After the Outbreak of the First World War: Symposium 2
Nuria Schoenberg-Nono, Board Chair of the Arnold Schoenberg Center and Director of the Luigi Nono Archive, Vienna
Moderator: Prof. Tom Laqueur, UC Berkeley, History
Clemens Hellsberg, President of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
William McElheney, retired member of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Adam Hochschild, UC Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism and author of To End All Wars: A Story of Loyalty and Rebellion
Prof. Michael Steinberg, Brown University, Music and History
RSVP does not include a ticket or admission to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra performances in Zellerbach Hall. To purchase tickets to the performance(s), please visit www.calperformances.org.
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