"Letters on sounds: talk of a mystery," online conversation with Diego Fischerman

"Letters on sounds: talk of a mystery," online conversation with Diego Fischerman

Do we need a special talent for music journalism? Does the journalist who writes about music has a different sensitivity to those who writes about sports or economy? How to write on topics that start from a subjective? Is it different writing about classical music, rock, cumbia?
To discuss these and other issues, this Friday, January 11th, we invite you to join us in the online chat "Lyrics on sounds: talk of a mystery," with journalist and music critic Diego Fischerman, Argentine Página/12 columnist, author of books about Beethoven and Piazzolla, host the radio programs Major mode stories at the station La 2x4, Nightclub in Alexandria at the National Classical Radio, and blogger in Fischerman's Tales. During this week, Diego Fischerman is in Cartagena, Colombia, because is one of the experts invited to the music module Gabriel García Márquez Fellowship in cultural journalism, held under the International Music Festival of Cartagena and organized by the Ministry of Culture of Colombia and FNPI. Alongside Fischerman and all users who connect to the video interview, we will discuss about what it means to write about music and the challenges of narrating the various cultural expressions. Participants may submit questions to feed the discussion and exchange ideas with one of the most recognized music journalists in Argentina and Latin America. "Letters on sounds: talk of a mystery," online conversation with Diego Fischerman Date: Friday, January 11th.
Time: 1 pm, Colombia time. CONSULT YOUR LOCAL SCHEDULE HERE To participate in this video interview you should go to redcultural.fnpi.org or www.fnpi.org at the hour, there you will find the link that takes you to the Twitter platform where you must register with your Twitter user to send your questions. Upon entering, you will see the video signal and a column where you can write tweets with your questions. You can also follow the activity on Twitter accounts @RedCulturalFNPI and @FNPI_org with the hashtag #BecaGGM.

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