Enter via Quincy St. Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St
Presented by: Harvard Art Museums Free and open to all Harvard undergraduate and graduate students; a current Harvard University ID is required for admission. Space is limited; students will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. Facebook event page>
We're keeping our galleries open late for Harvard students to celebrate Corita Kent and the Language of Pop. Join us for a special evening, featuring:
Date: Saturday, October 14, 6 pm Presented by: Harvard Semitic Museum in collaboration with the Harvard Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations and the Harvard Department of Music, with the support of the Provostial Fund for the Arts and Humanities at Harvard University. The lecture/concert is free and open to the public.
Special Event with Richard Dumbrill, Director of ICONEA (International Conference of Near Eastern Archaeomusicology) at the Institute of Musical Research, School of Advanced Studies, University of London, and Professor of Archaeomusicology, University of Babylon, and Irving Finkel, Assistant Keeper, The British Museum.... Read more about Ancient Mesopotamian Music
Join Hauser Leader-in-Residence Deborah Borda for a conversation about her leadership at the helm of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, one of the largest public-private partnerships in the U.S. Borda will explore her career and experience leading the LA Phil, which also encompasses the Hollywood Bowl and YOLA (Youth Orchestra LA), modeled after Venezuela's revolutionary El Sistema program, which provides arts education to over 600 underserved children in the Los Angeles area. Moderated by Patricia Bellinger.... Read more about Cultural Currency: A Personal Journey of Leadership in the Arts
Damon Krukowski: NOT TO BE PLAYED is a multifaceted exhibition featuring archival materials, performance, and a publication that together revive an obscure audio recording made by Ezra Pound at Harvard University in 1939. Recorded on the eve of World War II, Pound believed his poem “Sestina: Altaforte”—or “Bloody Sestina,” as it came to be known—could incite violence. He was convinced it possessed a persuasive power over the future: several years after making the recording, Pound wrote a letter stating it was “not to be played.”... Read more about Damon Krukowski: NOT TO BE PLAYED
Presented by: Bach Society Orchestra Tickets: Full Price: $12.00; College Students, Seniors (65+), Harvard ID: $10.00; Children (17 & under): Free How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Leverett House Theatre, Mill St. (between Plympton & DeWolfe streets)
Presented by: Learning From Performers Tickets: Admission Free: No Tickets Required
Vocalist Catherine Russell’s repertoire features a selection of gems from the 1920s through the present—vital interpretations that are bursting with soul and humor. With an off-the-beaten-path song selection, sparkling acoustic swing, and a stunning vocal approach, she has joined the ranks of the greatest interpreters and performers of American Popular Song. She will lead a master class for undergraduate vocalists, open to observers admission free.... Read more about vocalist CATHERINE RUSSELL
Presented by: Boston Landmarks Orchestra Tickets: Event is Free. No tickets are required. Seating is limited. Entrance will be first come first served, on a space available basis. How to get tickets: Admission Free: No Tickets Required
A free concert presented by the Boston Landmarks Orchestra featuring some of Fay’s favorite music at Sanders Theatre at Harvard University, 45 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA.
Freelancing is now the norm in many creative fields. Hear from a panel of freelancers in performing arts, design, and journalism, and learn how they've made the freelance life and work style work for them. Panelists include: Kate Arcieri (editor); Ben Cosgrove, ’10 (composer/musician); Emily Hecht, ’11 (actor); Gina Janovitz (designer); David Tannenwald, ’08 (long-form journalist).... Read more about "Freelancing in the Arts" Panel Discussion