Presented by: The Harvard Early Music Society Admission: $5 for students and $10 general admission; tickets at the door
The Harvard Early Music Society will perform the Boston premiere of J.A. Hasse's baroque opera Alcide al bivio on April 21st and 22nd at 7:30 pm at First Church in Cambridge. The opera will be conducted by Elias Miller (Harvard '16) and will feature his translation of the libretto. The staging is by Emily Bishai '17. The opera will feature local singers and musicians, many from the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra. It...
Presented by: Office for the Arts and the Harvard Jazz Bands Tickets: Full Price: $15.00; Students & Seniors (65+): $8.00; Outings & Innings: $10 with Harvard ID. How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
A concert featuring Cassandra Wilson, the 2017 Harvard University Jazz Master in Residence, with the Harvard Jazz Bands. Yosvany Terry and Mark Olson, conductors.
Named the 2017 Jazz Master in Residence at Harvard University, Cassandra Wilson began...
Presented by: Learning From Performers and WGBH Jazz 24/7 Admission: Free; seating first-come, first served, subject to venue capacity.
Praised as “the undisputed queen of African Music” (Daily Telegraph) and honored for her activism on behalf of human rights and female empowerment, Angélique Kidjo has released ten albums, including her 2014 Grammy Award-winning “Eve.” She will deliver a lecture-performance entitled “Dahomey Dance: How Rhythms and Songs Travelled From Benin to the Americas,” followed by an audience Q&A and reception. Kidjo is an artist-in-residence at the W.E.B. Du Bois Research Institute at the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research.... Read more about vocalist ANGÉLIQUE KIDJO
Presented by: Harvard Ed Portal, Celebrity Series of Boston, Harvard South Asia Institute, World Music/CRASHarts and Learning From Performers Admission: Free and open to the public. RSVPs required. Location map
The award-winning film Marvi: The Mystic Muse explores Pakistani singer Sanam Marvi’s search for her own roots across Pakistan and her journey with Sufism. The screening will be followed by a discussion with filmmaker Tanya Panjwani and Ali Asani, Professor of Indo-Muslim and Islamic Religion and Cultures, Harvard University. This event is held in conjunction with Sanam Marvi's concert on Sunday, March 26 at 7:30 pm at Sanders Theatre, presented by the Celebrity Series of Boston and World Music/CRASHarts. For more information about the concert and tickets, visit the Celebrity Series website.... Read more about “Marvi: The Mystic Muse” film screening and discussion