Be a Rocket Man (John) with the Harvard Pops Orchestra and travel to a distant planet in the 31st century, dominated by 2 rival companies. Meet our Romeo and Juliet (Tchaikovsky): Cade and Luna. See How Far They’ll Go (Miranda) to overcome the divisions between them. The Star Wars (Williams) will rage as our heroes try to solve this Space Oddity (Bowie). Watch in Rhapsody in Blue (Gershwin) as the adventure unfolds.
The Harvard Sunday Jazz Band and Harvard Wind Ensemble will present a special Visitas concert to welcome the class of 2022.
The Sunday Jazz Band perform Mongo Santamaria’s “Afro Blue,” Mario Bauza's “Zambia” and Kenny Dorham’s “Una Ma.” The Harvard Wind Ensemble will perform Vincent Persichetti’s “Divertimento” and Guy Woolfenden’s “Illyrian Dances.” The Wind Ensemble will also include works by Leroy Anderson and David Maslanka.
Presented by: Harvard Wind Ensemble and Sunday Jazz Band Tickets: Admission is free. No...
During his time at the Radcliffe Institute, Camilo Mendez is composing two new chamber works using prepared musical instruments. One will be part of the compositional cycle “BURSZTYN,” and the other will be part of “Cartography of Convoluted Spaces.” The works will be performed by Yarn/Wire. This concert is an excellent opportunity to hear an innovative composer’s newest work.
Presented by: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Africa Night celebrates the creativity of Africans in bringing together the traditional and the modern. Through music, dance, fashion and other media, Africans are continuously celebrating their past while embracing a changing and exciting present.
Presented by: Harvard African Students Association (HASA) Tickets: Full Price: $15.00; Students: $12.00 How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Africa Night celebrates the creativity of Africans in bringing...
Brazilian composer Michelle Agnes Magalhaes is composing a concerto for piano and ensemble intimately anchored to a prior study of Harvard's keyboard instruments collection. The composition process includes an acoustics analysis of Harvard's pianos and fortepianos in order to elaborate the harmonic material of the piece. This concert is an excellent opportunity to hear an innovative composer’s newest work.