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HRO

Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra and Harvard Choruses

Friday, April 20 at 8:00 pm
Sanders Theatre

Mahler Symphony No. 2, "Resurrection." Tickets at Harvard Box Office

Wind Ensemble

Harvard Wind Ensemble

Saturday, April 21 at 6:30 pm
Lowell Hall
Tickets at Harvard Box Office or at the door.

Lucier Class concert

The Music of Alvin Lucier

Wednesday, April 25 at 6:00pm
Holden Chapel
Performances and discussion on the work of Alvin Lucier, with responses from the composer. Claire Chase, professor; students of Music 187 (The Music of Alvin Lucier), Joshua Rubin, guest artist.
Free and open to the public.

Class concert

Concert by Students of Advanced Composition

Thursday, April 26 at 7:00pm
Holden Chapel
New Works by members of Chaya Czernowin's course, "Advanced Composition"
Free and open to the public.

MSO

Mozart Society Orchestra Grad Re-Opening

Friday, April 27 at 8:00pm
John Kknowles Paine Concert Hall
Bach, Saint Saens, and Tchaikovsky featuring violin soloists Cecilia Yao '18 and Will Yao '21 and vocalist Amanda Gonzalez-Piloto. Tickets at the Harvard Box Office or at the door ($5 for HUID holders and senior citizens; $10 regular admission.

Class concert

Chamber Music Recital

Sunday, April 29 at 3:00pm and 7:00pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Recital by students of Chamber Music, coached by Parker Quartet.
Free and open to the public.

Antigone in the Stadium

Antigone

Sunday, April 29 at 6:30pm
Harvard Stadium
Original translation of Sophocles’ ANTIGONE featuring a new theatrical score performed by a small army of chorus members, a dynamic set, and undergraduate, faculty, and professional actors. Free and open to all.

Emmanuel Ax

Emmanuel Ax: On Brahms and Beethoven

Monday, April 30 at 6:00pm
Knafel Center, 10 Garden Street
Rita E. Hauser Forum for the Arts: Homi Bhabha (Harvard University), Paul Buttenwieser (Boston Symphony Orchestra), Suzannah Clark (Harvard University), and Marc Mandel (Boston Symphony Orchestra). Event is free, tickets available noon on Tuesday, April 24, in person at Farkas Hall, 10 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, and online (handling fees apply). Limit of two .

Class concert

Chamber Music Recital

Monday, April 30 at 7:00pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Recital by students of Chamber Music, coached by Parker Quartet.
Free and open to the public.

Class concert

Concert by Students of Cuban Music

Tuesday, May 1 at 1:00 pm
Holden Chapel
Concert by students in Yosvany Terry's course, "Cuban Music through the lens of six composers, 1800-1950s."
Free and open to the public.

Class concert

New Works by Students: Songwriting

Tuesday, May 1 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Concert of original songs by students in Esperanza Spalding's Songwriting course.
Free and open to the public.

UHall Recital

University Hall Recital Series

Wednesday, May 2 at 12:15 pm
Faculty Room, University Hall
Gwen Krosnick, cello, Daniel Walden, piano.
Concert will conclude by 1:00pm. Free and open to the public.

Class concert

Chamber Music Recital

Wednesday, May 2 at 7:00pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Recital by students of Chamber Music, coached by Parker Quartet.
Free and open to the public.

Audio preservation

Audio Preservation in the Czech Republic

Thursday, May 3 at 3:00pm
Davison Room, Music Library
Filip Sir, Manager for Digitization of Sound Documents, National Museum, Prague.
Free and open to the public.

Class concert

New Works by Students of Electronic Music

Saturday, May 5 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
New works by students of Hans Tutschku's Electoacoustic Maker Space and Intro to Electronic Music.
Free and open to the public.

Class concert

New Works by Students of Electronic Music

Sunday, May 6 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
New works by students of Hans Tutschku's Electoacoustic Maker Space and Intro to Electronic Music.
Free and open to the public.

Jack Quartet

HGNM: Jack Quartet and Mivos Quartet

Saturday, May 19 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
New works by the Harvard Group for New Music. Supported by the Fromm Music Foundation. Free and open to all!

Jack Quartet

HGNM: Jack Quartet and Mivos Quartet

Saturday, May 19 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
New works by the Harvard Group for New Music. Supported by the Fromm Music Foundation. Free and open to all!

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Full Event Calendar


Spring 2018

Thursday, January 25 at 5:00pm
Holden Chapel
Master Class: Pianist and MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship recipient Jeremy Denk and violinist and Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts recipient Stefan Jackiw ‘07 will present a master class featuring three Harvard student trios.
Mendelssohn piano trio in D minor 

Andrew Lee '21
Sang-O Park '21
Hanson Tam '19
Schumann Piano Trio #3 in G minor
Eloise Hodges '21
Ethan Cobb '21
Tristan Yang '21
Rachmaninoff Trio élégiaque No.2 in D minor
Jeremiah Blacklow '20
Danny Giebisch '20
Brian Ge '18
Presented by Learning from Performers and the Celebrity Series of Boston. Free and open to all.

Thursday, Feb. 1 at 7:00 pm
Barker Center, Room 133
Musics Abroad Humanities Seminar: Nicola Scaldaferri (University of Milano, Italy):
Film Screening and Discussion of “Sacred Mountains: Abrahamic Religions and Musical Practices in the Mediterranean Area.” Co-sponsored by the Harvard Graduate Music Forum as part of the “Ex-Centric Music Studies” Conference. Free and open to all.

Friday and Saturday, Feb. 2-3
Music Building/Holden Chapel
Graduate Music Forum conference: Ex-centric Music Studies
Conference exploring subjects, methods, and modes of presentation that have been deemed “peripheral” to music studies.
Friday, February 2, 1:30 pm-10:00 pm
1:30 - 6:45: conference talks, panels, discussions: Room 9 in the Music Building
8:00-10:00 pm, "Relocating Research," Holden Chapel
Saturday, February 3, 9:00 am-6:00 pm, Room 9, Music Building
4:45pm: Keynote by Estelle Barrett (Institute of Koorie Education, Denkin University)
Free and open to the public.
https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/gmf2018/home-0

Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 12:15 pm
Faculty Room, University Hall
University Hall Recital: Martine Thomas, viola. Harvard/NEC Pianist, TBD. Free and open to all.
Concert will conclude by 1:00 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 10 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Kevin McFarland, cello. New works by members of the Harvard Group for New Music.

Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 4:00 pm
Davison Room, Music Library
Informal Doc Watson presentation
On February 10, 1963, an early solo performance by groundbreaking acoustic guitarist Doc Watsonwas recorded at Harvard Square's legendary Club 47 (known since the late '60s as Club Passim). It is one of over 30 live recordings made at the club from 1959-66 that are kept by the New England Folk Music Archives (these tapes were digitized in 2012 by Harvard's Audio Preservation Studio; the digital files are available to Music Library researchers). To commemorate the 55th anniversary of Doc Watson's performance, the Yep Roc record label partnered with the Southern Folklife Collection to release the recording on CD and vinyl. The presentation will be led by  will be led by library staff member Josh Kantor, a frequent performer at Club Passim and with several Yep Roc artists. Josh's guests will be Steve Weiss, Southern Folklife Collection Curator; Glenn Dicker, Yep Roc Owner; and Jim Wooster, Passim Executive Director. Steve and Glenn will speak about their process of bringing the recording to the public; Jim will speak about Club 47 & Club Passim's historical impact over the past 60 years as a live venue. We will hear selections from the Watson recording and see some Watson-related items from the Music Library's collections

Friday and Saturday, Feb. 16-17
Symposium in the Barker Center, Thompson Room
Concerts in John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Timeless Portraits and Dreams: A Festival/Symposium in Honor of Geri Allen
Two concerts and two days of panel discussions featuring top musicians and artists who worked with Allen will honor her creative vision, artistic collaborations, and the role she played in establishing the shape of jazz today. Performances by Esperanza Spalding, Kris Davis, Craig Taborn, Jason Moran, Vijay Iyer, Carmen Lundy, Oliver Lake, Don Byron, Tia Fuller, and Yosvany Terry. Keynote address by Farrah Griffen. DETAILS
Timeless Portraits is organized by Vijay Iyer, Ingrid Monson, Terri Lyne Carrington, and Esperanza Spalding. Cosponsors of the Festival/Symposium include the Jazz Research Initiative of the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research, the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research, the Music Department, Provostial Fund for Arts and Humanities, Harvard University Committee on the Arts, the Dean of Arts and Humanities, and the Office for the Arts, all units at Harvard University.
Tickets required for concerts, free at Harvard Box Office beginning Feb. 7. Free parking in the Broadway garage for concerts.

Saturday, Feb. 17 at 8:00 pm
Sanders Theatre
Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, presented by Odyssey Opera 
Honegger Jeanne D’Arc au bûcher
Tickets available from Harvard Box Office.

Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 7:00 pm
Barker Center, 133
Musics Abroad Humanities Center Seminar: Lauren Flood (MIT). Citizens of Dangerous Sound: Electricity and Inclusivity in Transnational DIY Culture
Free and open to the public.

Friday, Feb. 23 at 8:00 pm
Sanders Theatre
Harvard Glee Club presented by Emmanuel Music: Stravinsky Oedipus Rex.
Tickets available from Harvard Box Office

Friday, Feb. 23 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Harvard Composers Association Concert.
Free and open to all.

Saturday, Feb. 24 at 8:00 pm
Sanders Theatre
Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra, Federico Cortese, conductor.
Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 5, "Emperor"; ft. George Li '18
Johannes Brahms - Symphony No. 4, Op. 98
Leonard Bernstein - Overture to "Candide"
Tickets available from Harvard Box Office.
Tickets available from Harvard Box Office.

Saturday, March 3 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Radcliffe Choral Society Spring Concert with professional orchestra
Meg Weckworth, conductor
Tickets available from Harvard Box Office.

Sunday, March 4 at 3:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Parker Quartet
Hans Tutschku, Behind the light
Chaya Czernowin, String Quartet
Vijay Iyer, Time, Place, Action (with Vijay Iyer, piano)
Free and open to the public, but tickets are required. Free tickets at Harvard Box Office beginning on February 18.
Free parking at Broadway Garage, corner of Broadway and Felton Streets in Cambridge.

Monday, March 5 at 12:15 pm
Faculty Room, University Hall
University Hall Recital: TBA
Ju Hyun Lee, cello, pianist, tbd. Free and open to all.

Tuesday, March 6 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Bardic Divas: A Celebration of Women's Music Making in Central Asia
featuring the performers of QYRQ-QYZ (Forty Girls). Presented by Harvard University Music Department and Aga Khan Music Initiative. The musicians featured in this evening’s concert, with the exception of Aziza Davronova, who hails from the city of Bukhara, perform music rooted in the world of nomads. This focus stems from the group’s raison d’être: they were brought together by the Aga Khan Music Initiative to perform Qyrq Qyz (Forty Girls), a multimedia retelling of a Central Asian heroic epic in which the main heroes are female—young women whose equestrian skills, valor, and military prowess call to mind the legendary Amazons described by ancient Greek geographers and historians. Free and open to all.

Monday, March 19 at 4:15
Davison Room, Music Library
Barwick Colloquium: Tyshawn Sorey (Wesleyan University): Talk title TBA.
Free and open to all.

Saturday, March 24 at 3:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Harvard Choral Composers Initiative Concert
Parker String Quartet and professional vocal ensemble. World premiere performance of five student works.
Free and open to all.

Monday, March 26 at 4:15 pm
Davison Room, Music Library
Barwick Colloquium: Joanna Demers (University of Southern California): Talk title TBA.
Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, March 28 at 4:15 pm
Davison Room, Music Library
Lecture: Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal)
Davison Room, Music Library
Lecture: Cosmopolitanism & Nationalism in the Music of Aziz El-Shawan. Reception to follow in Spalding Room, Music Library.
Reception to follow. Co-sponsored by Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Music Department and Loeb Music Library. Free and open to the public.

Thursday, March 29 at 7:00 pm
Humanities Center Musics Abroad Seminar: Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal): "The Aesthetics & Politics
of Music Heritage."
Free and open to the public.

Thursday, March 29 at 8:00 pm
Holden Chapel
Claire Chase, flute
Felipe Lara: Meditation and Calligraphy (Boston premiere);
Suzanne Farrin: The Stimulus of Loss (Boston premiere); Richard Beaudoin: AH ZI ZA AH ZA for flute and bass-baritone (world premiere); Vijay Iyer: Five Empty Chambers (Boston preiere); Jason Eckardt: The Silenced, a monodrama for solo flute (Boston premiere); Chaya Czernowin: Manaoalcadia for two sopranos and flute (Boston premiere); Marcos Balter: Suite from “Pan” for flute, electronics and ensemble w/ students from the Harvard community
Levy Lorenzo, live sound
Tony Arnold, soprano
Alice Teyssier, soprano
Dashon Burton, bass-baritone

Free and open to all.

Saturday, March 31 at 7:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Fromm Players at Harvard: Resistance and Hope
Curated by Chaya Czernowin.
With Rick Burkhardt, Andy Gricevich, Kepler Quartet, Gabriela Diaz, Stephen Drury, Jeffrey Means, and Sound Icon
Program:
Graciela Paraskevaidis
algún sonido de la vida
Ben Fox and Elizabeth England, oboes
Prince Myshkins

Rick Burkhardt and Andy Gricevich
Galina Ustvolskaya
Duet for violin and piano 
Stephen Drury, piano and Gabriela Diaz, violin
Ben Johnston
String Quartet No. 5
Kepler Quartet: Sharan Leventhal, Eric Segnitz, Brek Renzelman, Karl Lavine 
Galina Ustvolskaya
Symphony No. 2 "True and Eternal Bliss!" 
with Sound Icon, Jeffrey Means, conductor, Ryne Cherry, baritone
Free and open to all. No tickets required. Free parking in Broadway garage. DETAILS
Free and open to all. No tickets required. Free parking in Broadway garage.

Thursday, April 5 at 12:15 pm
Faculty Room, University Hall
Dean’s Noontime concert: Parker Quartet
Free and open to the public. Concert will conclude by 1:00 pm

Thursday, April 5 at 8:0 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Brattle Street Chamber Players Contrasts
Light and darkness, joy and sorrow: we invite you to experience an evening of contrasts. Our program includes Mozart’s brilliant and enchanting Sinfonia Concertante featuring Blodgett artists-in-residence Dan Chong and Jessica Bodner of the Parker Quartet, and Richard Strauss’ deeply somber Metamorphosen. We will also premiere a composition, Welcome Foyer Taxi, by Sasha Yakub ‘20. T
Contact information: Diana Wang, diana_wang@college.harvard.edu
Tickets are $8 for students/youth and $13 for adults and tickets can be bought at the door and also through the Box Office.

Friday, April 6 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Blodgett Chamber Music Series: Parker Quartet
With guest artist Miki-Sophia Cloud, violin
Mendelssohn Quartet Op. 44, No. 2
Austin Weber Cisco Beach in Winter (Blodgett Composition Winner)
Beethoven Quartet in B-flat Major, Op. 130 with the Grosse Fuge
Free and open to the public, but tickets are required. Free tickets at Harvard Box Office beginning on March 23.
Free parking at Broadway Garage, corner of Broadway and Felton Streets in Cambridge.

Saturday, April 7 at 7:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
The Austen Trio from England performing music loved & played by Jane Austen
Pianist Samantha Carrasco, Harpist Kate Ham, and Soprano Helen Neeves. For the first time in North America, the Austen Trio present their unique repertoire of music loved and played by Jane Austen. The program includes works by Haydn, Handel, Dussek, and Cramer, alongside lesser-known popular English composers from Austen's time, including Dibdin and Kelly. All of the music is directly sourced from the Austen Family Music Books - a fascinating collection of printed and manuscript music dating from across the 18th and 19th Centuries. Six of these books belonged to Jane Austen herself, including manuscript music that she copied out by hand, occasionally adding her own charming amendments. [Enjoy a short video illustrating the repertoire here ]
This an interdepartmental event, made possible by the generous support of: Harvard's Provostial Fund for the Arts and the Humanities, Harvard University Department of English, Harvard University Department of Music, and Office for the Arts at Harvard. Free and open to the public with tickets available here Contact information: gspeeth@fas.harvard.edu

Friday, April 6 at 8:00 pm
Memorial Church
Harvard Glee Club and Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum spring concert. Tickets at Harvard Box Office.

Monday, April 9 at 4:15 pm
Davison Room, Music Library
Barwick Colloquium: Jessica Baker (University of Chicago): "Archipelagic Possibility: Popular Music, Continentality, and the Postcolonial Eastern Caribbean."
Free and open to the public.

Tuesday, April 10 at 4:00 pm
Davison Room, Music Library
Colloquium: Will Cheng (Dartmouth College): "'His Music Was Not a Weapon': Black Noise, Breakable Skin, and the Last Words of Jordan Davis." Sponsored by the Music Department/Southern Pian Society and by Graduate Students of Color. Free and open to all. Reception to follow.

Thursday, April 12 at 7:00 pm
Northwest Science Building B-103 
Film Showing: infinite now (2017) 
A filmed performance  (Gent, Vlaamse opera), with surround sound. Free and open to the public.
Composer: Chaya Czernowin
Director: Luk Perceval
Stage & Video: Phillip Bussmann
Electronics: IRCAM / Carlo Laurenzi in collaboration with Chaya Czernowin
Conductor: Titus Engel
Video : Tae Peter, Sound recording :sylvain Cadars

Infinite Now is an opera which fuses two very different resources. The first resource is a collection of materials from first world war (Luk Perceval's Front, including fragments of Remarque Nothing new on the western front )and the second resource is Homecoming by Can Xue, a short story about a woman who comes into a house she can not leave. Both resources enact situations which exist on the cusp of an imminent disaster.  As the opera draws these situations nearer to each other they transform into a contemplation about that which makes us survive and continue in times of peril. 

Duration: 2½ hours please note: There is no intermission
Structure: 6 Acts
commissioned by and performed at Vlaamse Opera Ghent, and  Antwerp, Belgium
Mannheim National Theater, Germany
Philharmonie de Paris, France

Winner:  "The premier of the year 2017" of the yearly survey of 50 international critics of  Opernwelt magazine
Luk Perceval "director of the year" in "Die Deutsche Buehnne   for his work on Infinite now 
The opera is a Finalist for the International Opera award / London in the category World premier. 

Friday, April 13 at 8:00 pm
Lowell Hall
Harvard Wind Ensemble: Jazz Master Residency Concert. Tickets at Harvard Box Office or at the door.

Saturday, April 14 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Manchester-based Distractfold Ensemble performs work by members of the Harvard Group for New Music.
Free and open to the public.

Monday, April 16 at 4:15 pm
Davison Room, Music Library
Barwick Colloquium: Emma Dillon (King’s College, London): "The romance of song: the early trouvères and their reception, 1160-1360."
Free and open to all.

Tuesday, April 17 at 7:30 pm
The Signet, 46 Dunster St., Cambridge
What can we do better? Exploring Blueprints for Equity and Diversity in the Arts

A Panel discussion presented by Talea Ensemble and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced study
Even as music and performing arts organizations have made efforts towards inclusion, many organizations still struggle to make their programming more diverse and equitable. By bringing together a range of stakeholders – music critics, administrators, artists, and activists – this panel seeks to examine the various cultural and structural realities that have impeded progress and explore ways of creating a blueprint for a more equitable future.
Todd McNeel, moderator, Boston Lyric Opera
Jeremy Eichler, the Boston Globe
Marti Epstein, Boston Conservatory at Berklee
Rajna Swaminathan, Harvard University
Zach Sheets, Talea Ensemble

Reception to follow. Free and open to the public.


Thursday, April 19 at 5:15pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Elson Lecture: Alex Ross, "Wagner, Hitler, and the Cult of Art"
Alex Ross has been the music critic of The New Yorker since 1996. His first book, The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century, won a National Book Critics Circle Award and the Guardian First Book Award and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. His second book is the essay collection Listen to This. He is now at work on Wagnerism: Art in the Shadow of Music. Ross has received an Arts and Letters Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Belmont Prize in Germany, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a MacArthur Fellowship. Free, no tickets required. First come, first seated.

Friday, April 20 at 8:00 pm
Sanders Theatre
Harvard Choruses and Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra
Mahler Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection”
Tickets and information at Harvard Box Office.

Saturday, April 21 at 6:30 pm
Lowell Hall
Harvard Wind Ensemble concert. Tickets at Harvard Box Office or at the door.

Wednesday, April 25 at 6:00pm
Holden Chapel
Music 187 Music of Alvin Lucier – Claire Chase, with Joshua Rubin, guest artist.
Performance/discussion about and relating to the work of Alvin Lucier, who will be present. Free and open to all.

Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 pm
Holden Chapel
Students of Chaya Czernowin's Advanced Composition w/ Parker Quartet. Free and open to all.

Sunday, April 29 at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Chamber Music Concert by students of Music 189, coached by Parker Quartet. Free and open to all.

Sunday, April 29 at 6:30 pm
Harvard Stadium
Sophocles' Antigone. Retranslated from the Ancient Greek by Harvard Classicists with original music (for full choir and band) composed by Mateo Lincoln, performances by Colton Carter (voice), Sasha Yakub (violin), and others. Set features the giant inflatable objects of Claire Ashley of the Art Institute of Chicago. The staging will take advantage of the whole space, with characters and chorus members acting throughout the Stadium, which itself was modeled after the Panathenaeic Stadium in Athens. Free and open to all.

Monday, April 30 at 6:00 pm

The Rita E. Hauser Forum for the Arts: Emanuel Ax, "On Brahms and Beethoven"
Participants include: Homi Bhabha (Harvard University), 
Paul Buttenwieser (Boston Symphony Orchestra), Suzannah Clark(Harvard University), and Marc Mandel (Boston Symphony Orchestra). Event is free, but tickets are required. Tickets will be available starting at noon on Tuesday, April 24, in person at Farkas Hall, 10 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, and online (handling fees apply). Limit of two tickets per person. Tickets valid until 5:45pm.
Monday, April 30, 6pm, Knafel Center (formerly Radcliffe Gym), 10 Garden Street, Cambridge



Monday, April 30 at 7:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Chamber Music Concert by students of Music 189, coached by Parker Quartet.Free and open to all.

Tuesday, May 1 at 1:00pm
Holden Chapel
Cuban Music by students of Yosvany Terry's Music 143. Free and open to all.

Tuesday, May 1 at 8:00pm
Holden Chapel
Concert by Songwriting students of Esperanza Spalding's Music 170. Free and open to all.

Wednesday, May 2 at 12:15 pm
Faculty Room, University Hall
University Hall Recital Series:
Gwen Krosnick, cello, Daniel Walden, piano. Free and open to all.

Wednesday, May 2 at 7:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Chamber Music Concert by students of Music 189, coached by Parker Quartet. Free and open to all.

Thursday, May 3 at 4:00 pm
Davison Room, Music Library
Audio Preservation int he Czech Republic: A Look Behind the Curtain. Filip Sir, Manager for Digitization of Sound Documents, National Museum, Prague will discuss his experience establishing a center for audio preservation at the museum. Free and open to all.

Saturday, May 5 and Sunday May 6 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
New works by students of electronic music, Hans Tutschku, professor. Free and open to all.

Saturday, May 19 at 8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
JACK Quartet and Mivos Quartet perform new works by Harvard Group for New Music.
Supported by the Fromm Music Foundation.
Free and open to all.