Special ticket offer from Celebrity Series for students for the Jeremy Denk and Stefan Jackiw concert January 26 at Jordan Hall: http://bit.ly/2BpXSIH
Special $40 ticket offer from Celebrity Series for Faculty/Staff for the Jeremy Denk and Stefan Jackiw concert January 26 at Jordan Hall: http://bit.ly/2n9mY9o
Violinist and Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts recipient Stefan Jackiw ‘07 will present a master class featuring three Harvard student trios. Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances, pianist Jeremy Denk will not be able to participate in today's master class.
Harvard Dance Center, 66 Garden St., Cambridge, Studio 1
Choreographer Peter Chu creates works that push the physical bounds of movement with contrasting sharp and liquid-like energy that expands, contracts, isolates, and undulates. Partnering exchanges and an innate wisdom of the body & mind play significant roles in Chu’s works. He is a dance maker inspired by the temporal nature of emotions experienced within movement enmeshed with striking imagery to provoke thought.... Read more about Peter Chu Master Class
An exciting opportunity for a special Gaga Sunday is being offered at Harvard Dance Center on Sunday, December 17! Bobbi Jene Smith, former dancer with the Batsheva Dance Company, is offering a free Gaga/...
Harvard student actors, affiliates and the public are invited to engage with industry professionals Kaitlin Hopkins and Paige Price in a daylong residency on Nov. 30 which includes a master class with 10 musical theater students, a primer on wellness practices and a Q&A on the “Biz of the Biz.” Accompaniment by Liz Kantor ‘18. Reception to follow.
Accompanied by his band, Boston-based harpist Charles Overton will present a masterclass and conversation in partnership with the Signet Society and the OFA's Learning from Performers program, followed by the Friday afternoon Signet tea.
Ceramics Program, 224 Western Avenue, Allston, MA 02134
Presented by Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts, Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Arts at MIT
Workshop Description: Bryan Czibesz, Assistant Professor of Ceramics at SUNY New Paltz, will lead a hands-on workshop and “build-out” on Ceramic 3D Printing for Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and MIT students at the Ceramics Program. A 3D printer will be constructed during his visit that can be accessed by students after the workshop for research purposes. Czibesz is an artist grounded in the tradition of object making who asks questions of authorship and authenticity through varying degrees of engagement and dislocation between the hand and material manipulation. photo credit (right): Richard Burkett, San Diego State University
Hailed by the legendary Gregory Hines as “one of the top young tap dancers in the world,” dancer and choreographer Ayodele Casel will lead a tap dance master class that will begin with a brief warm-up, followed by an exploration of choreography and improvisation set to the soundtrack of great jazz and Latin jazz musicians.... Read more about Tap Master Class with Ayodele Casel
Mike Reiss '81 has won four Emmys during his nearly thirty years writing for The Simpsons. He's been a contributing writer to two dozen animated films, including the ICE AGE, DESPICABLE ME and KUNG FU PANDA franchises. He's an award-winning mystery writer and playwright, and the author of twenty children's books.... Read more about TDM Masterclass Series: Mike Reiss
New York-based writer, performer, and choreographer Okwui Okpokwasili will teach a master class titled Embodied Practice: How does the body make a narrative? How does one build a movement vocabulary around the psychic condition of a character? Using text as an initial generating tool, participants will work individually and in groups to explore an emergent narrative through the building of a gestural vocabulary. ... Read more about Okwui Okpokwasili Master Class
Classroom 9, Music Building, 3 Oxford St. (North of Harvard Yard)
Presented by: Learning From Performers Admission: Free: No Tickets Require
Soprano Sherezade Panthaki’s international success has been fueled by superbly honed musicianship; “shimmering sensitivity” (Cleveland Plain Dealer), “astonishing coloratura with radiant top notes” (Calgary Herald); a vocal color “combining brilliance with a dark, plumlike tone” (The Wall Street Journal); and passionately informed interpretations “mining deep emotion from the subtle shaping of the lines” (The New York Times). An acknowledged star in the early-music field, she has developed strong collaborations with many of the world’s leading interpreters including, among others, Nicholas McGegan, Mark Morris, Simon Carrington and Masaaki Suzuki, with whom she made her New York Philharmonic debut in a program of Bach and Mendelssohn. Panthaki, currently a Christoph Wolff Visiting Performer at the Harvard University Department of Music, will conduct a master class for Harvard undergraduate singers.... Read more about a master class with soprano SHEREZADE PANTHAKI