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Symposium « EUROPE AND EUROPEANS ON THE OTTOMAN » by Don Juan Archiv Wien – 9th – 10th June 2022 

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EUROPE AND EUROPEANS ON THE OTTOMAN / TURKISH STAGE AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF OPERA IN TURKEY FROM THE 19TH UNTIL THE MID-20TH CENTURY – 9th – 10th June 2022 

Trautsongasse 6/6, 1080 Vienna 

Symposium by Don Juan Archiv Wien 

In cooperation with :

  • Theatre Foundation of Turkey 
  • Vienna School of International Studies 
  • Pera Museum 
  • iTi – International Theatre Institute of UNESCO Centre Austria

PROGRAMME 

Thursday, 9th June 2022 

09:0009:45 Opening and Introduction 

MATTHIAS J. PERNERSTORFER 

( DON JUAN ARCHIV WIEN ) 

AMBASSADOR OZAN CEYHUN 

( AMBASSADOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY ) 

DAVID SCHRIFFL 

( FEDERAL MINISTRY EUROPE, INTEGRATION AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS  GENERAL DIRECTORATE FOR INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL RELATIONS ) 

SILVIA NEUREITER  

( AUSTRIAN CULTURAL FORUM ISTANBUL ) 

M. ÖZALP BIROL  

( PERA MUSEUM ) 

HELGA DOSTAL  

( INTERNATIONAL THEATRE INSTITUTE OF UNESCO CENTRE AUSTRIA ) 

SUNA SUNER  

( DON JUAN ARCHIV WIEN ) 

09:4510:15 Opening Lecture 

ESEN ÇAMURDAN (THEATRE FOUNDATION OF TURKEY) Un voyage panoramique à travers l’histoire du théâtre turc de la seconde  moitié du XIXesiècle au milieu du XXesiècle

10:15–10:30 Coffee Break

10:3012:00 Session I 

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE OTTOMAN THEATRE
Chair: YAVUZ KÖSE
AYŞAN SÖNMEZ (ISTANBUL / PARIS) 
Kostantiniyye / Istanbul: the Cradle of Modern European (Armenian)  Theatre (1850–1876) 

SELÇUK ESENBEL (ISTANBUL)  
The Nineteenth Century Journey of European Culture to the East:
Late  Ottoman Istanbul Theatre from a Japanese Perspective
(1881–1921) 

CAFER SARIKAYA (ISTANBUL) 
Celebrating Difference: “Turkish Theatre” in the World’s Columbian 
Exposition – Chicago, 1893

12:00–13:30 Lunch Break 

13:3015:00 Session II 

TRADITIONAL TURKISH PERFORMING ARTS  FACING EUROPEAN THEATRE 
Chair: MICHAEL HÜTTLER
AHMET AKŞIT (ISTANBUL) 
The Transition from Kol oyunu to Ortaoyunu and the
Emergence of  Tuluat (From the Mid-18th Century to the Early 20th Century) 

PERI EFE (ISTANBUL / VIENNA) 
Molière in Karagöz and Karagiozis from the Second Half of the
19th  Century to the Mid-20th Century 

ERIK BLACKTHORNE-O’BARR (NEW YORK)  
Singing on “The World’s Stage”: Kanto and Late Ottoman Social Life  (1880–1920)

15:00–15:30 Coffee Break

15:3017:00 Session III 

FLOURISHING OPERA IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Chair: REINHARD EISENDLE
ÖZGECAN KARADAĞLI KUNTZ (ISTANBUL)  
Impresarios, Rivalry, and the Growth of Opera in the Ottoman
Empire during the 1870s 

VITTORIO CATTELAN (VENICE)  
Three Stories of the Italian Opera in Constantinople during the
Early  Nineteenth Century (1828–1856): Donizetti Paşa
(1788–1856), the  Translations of Metastasio (1698–1782) by
Hovannes Eremian, and the  conductor Angelo Mariani (1821–1873) 

SERHAN BALI (ISTANBUL) 
Sultan Abdülhamid II’s Favorite Actor: Arturo Stravolo Bey (1867– 1956)
and His Glamorous Stage Career in the Yıldız Palace Theatre

17:00–17:30 Coffee Break 

17:3019:00 Session IV

PERFORMING GENDER 
Chair: SUNA SUNER
ÇIĞDEM KILIÇ (ISTANBUL)  
Köçeks, Tavşans and Zennes in Ottoman Performances from the
17th  Century to the 19th Century 

JACOB OLLEY (CAMBRIDGE) 
La belle Hélène in Beyoğlu: Gender, Morality and Modernity on
the  Ottoman Operatic Stage (1874, 1876) 

RÜSTEM ERTUĞ ALTINAY (ISTANBUL)  
A Dissident Queer Libretto from 1932 and Its Archival
Afterlives: Temporal Politics of the Opera in Early Republican Turkey

Friday, 10th June 2022 

09:30–11:30 Session V 

THEATRE AND URBAN IDENTITY IN ISTANBUL
Chair: MATTHIAS J. PERNERSTORFER
YAVUZ PEKMAN (ISTANBUL)  
Staging Europe: Italian Stage as an Instrument of
Ottoman  Westernization (1870–1920) 

SEBLA ARIN ENSARIOĞLU (BURSA / ISTANBUL)  
Theatre Buildings in 19th and Early 20th Century Istanbul from
the  Perspective of Urban Memory (1830–1920) 

NAZENDE YILMAZ (ISTANBUL)  
French Theatres and Concert Venues in Pera (1860–1905) 

ÇIĞDEM KURT WILLIAMS (ISTANBUL)  
Celebs in the City: How the Stars and Stories of 19th Century
French  Theatre Played in Istanbul (1887–1905)

11:30–12:00 Coffee Break 

12:00–13:30 Session VI

CREATING THE TURKISH NATIONAL OPERA 
Chair: GISELA PROCHÁZKA-EISL
MEHMET KEREM ÖZEL (ISTANBUL) 
An Important Station on the Way to Turkey’s First Monumental
Opera  House: Şehzadebaşı Theatre and Conservatory Building
Architectural Project Competition (1934) 

TATJANA MARKOVIĆ (VIENNA) 
Establishing Turkish National Opera in Southeast European Context (1934) 

ELIF DAMLA YAVUZ (ISTANBUL)  
Competing Politics: Contemplating the Opera Öz Soy (1934) by
Ahmed  Adnan Saygun (1907–1991)

13:30–15:00 Lunch Break 

15:00–16:30 Session VII 

A COUNTRY SEEKING ITS VOICE AND
‘PAROLE’ Chair: SERHAN BALI
ALKIM CEBECI, IDIL ÖZCAN, ELIF DAMLA YAVUZ (ISTANBUL) 
Visions, Expectations and Experiences: Carl Ebert’s (1887–1980) First  Years in Turkey (1936–1939) 

İDIL ÖZCAN (ISTANBUL)  
Faust in Turkey: On and Behind the Stage (1926–1950) 

DIVIN GENÇOĞLAN (ISTANBUL)  
Nimet Vahid (c.1902–2003): Sociology of a Primadonna

16:30 Closure and Reflections 17:00 Bread & Wine

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