Presented by: American Repertory Theater Tickets: $15 - $55 Runs: February 17 and March 10 More information
Succumb to an awe-inspiring experience that stimulates all of your senses. AcousticaElectronica sets its tale in the world of art's past, resurrecting its most intriguing ghosts and planting them here, in this new future. Dorian Gray, Carmen, Pierrot Lunaire,...
Join us for the first BachSoc concert of the spring semester! Enjoy Bartók’s Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra featuring Patrick Pan ’18, Dvořák’s Czech Suite, and “The Give and Take,” an original composition by Brandon Snyder ’18, all performed by Harvard’s premier chamber orchestra and conducted by Sasha Scolnik-Brower ’17.... Read more about Bach Society Orchestra Concert
Born in Paraguay, Daiana Ferreira Da Costa is a lawyer and a Cultural Ambassador for her native country, as well as an acclaimed, prize-winning classical guitarist and music teacher. She will discuss her career as a musical artist and perform selections on guitar during this lecture-demonstration.... Read more about classical guitarist DAIANA FERREIRA DA COSTA
On Saturday, February 4, the Harvard Choruses will be hosting an information session at 11:00 am in Holden Chapel, led by Harvard student composers who participated last fall, as well as Dr. Robert Kyr, Dr. Andrew Clark (Director of Choral Activities), and Joshua Rohde (Project Manager). The session will provide information on participating in year two of the program, the application process, the timeline for composition work, and opportunities for student composers to create, workshop, and premiere a piece for choir. You will have the chance to ask any questions you may have, and indicate your interest in being considered for participation in next year’s program. We’ll have some pastries and snacks there for you to enjoy as well!... Read more about Harvard Choruses New Music Initiative information session