The Du Bois Orchestra Harvard warmly invites you to the final concert of the year, featuring works by Robert Schumann, Fanny Hensel, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Klaus Lang.... Read more about Du Bois Orchestra Harvard
Salon @ 29 G - ADO: Attention. Deficit. Order. Featuring beatboxer/artist Harry Yeff, aka Reeps One
Salon @ 29 G is a series that creates an opportunity to hear from artists in a smaller scale setting. For his salon, Harry will discuss his ideas around attention deficit disorder, some of which were loosely the inspiration for his first major exhibition in 2014 entitled “Attention. Deficit. Order,” at London Newcastle Gallery, Shoreditch.... Read more about Salon @ 29 G - ADO: Attention. Deficit. Order.
Conductor Andris Nelsons, appointed in 2014 as the fifteenth Music Director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), will participate in a panel discussion also featuring BSO Managing Director Mark Volpe and Artistic Administrator and Director of Tanglewood Anthony Fogg, as well as Federico Cortese, Music Director of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, and moderator Anne Shreffler, Professor of Music at Harvard. The panelists will engage in a far-ranging discussion of the BSO’s history and legacy, while considering the future of the institution and its influence on the world’s musical stage, focusing on current goals and initiatives for the orchestra; developing new audiences for classical, modern and contemporary music; curatorial considerations in shaping a season’s repertoire; connecting with Boston's music and broader arts community; and other topics.... Read more about A Conversation with Conductor ANDRIS NELSONS
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