Presented by: Kuumba Singers of Harvard College Tickets: Full Price: $10 How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Body and Soul is a Harvard-Yale talent showcase featuring black performance groups from both Harvard and Yale. Come after the the game to be entertained by song, dance and spoken word performances by students from both the colleges!
"Future Instruments: What Will Musicians Be Playing in the Coming Decades?" Panel discussion with RUSSELL GRAHAM ’95, keyboardist/producer; ROGER LINN, Grammy Award-winning instrument designer; MICHAEL BIERYLO, Chair, Electronic Music Department, Berklee College of Music, and sound designer/producer; PRINCE CHARLES ALEXANDER, recording and mixing engineer; moderated by DAN FREEMAN ’97 aka CØm1x, producer/bassist and music technologist
Presented by: Learning From Performers Admission: Free, No Tickets Required
Presented by: Leverett House, the Office for the Arts and private benefactors Admission: Admission free (tickets/RSVPs not required); seating first-come, first-served, subject to venue capacity.
Julia Litborn, violin, Jon Olauson, viola and Johan Moritz, clarinetist, members of the Uppsala University Symphony Chamber Ensemble (and current guests in F Tower), will perform in the JCR with our artist-in-residence, Paul-André Bempéchat, violinist Sean Wang, of the Longy School of Music, and cellist Emmanuel Feldman of the New England Conservatory, in works by Mozart (Kegelstatt Trio), Schumann (Piano Quintet) and Prokofiev (Overture on Hebrew Themes). Read more about Concert: Leverett-Uppsala Music Exchange
Presented by: Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Ballets Russes Arts Initiative, and the Harvard Ed Portal Admission: Free; RSVP here Reception: 6 pm; Concert, with Q&A to follow:
Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel and Los Angeles Philharmonic President Deborah Borda are widely credited with leading the most successful symphonic organization in the country, designing a forward-thinking and innovative approach to shaping the role of orchestras in the 21st century. They will discuss the many aspects of their work together, which includes running the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles inspired by Venezuela’s El Sistema music education program promoting social development for children and teens. The event will also feature a performance by the Longy School of Music’s Sistema Side by Side Orchestra—composed of student musicians from El Sistema programs across Massachusetts—conducted by Maestro Dudamel. Read more about The Creative Class: Conductor GUSTAVO DUDAMEL in Conversation with DEBORAH BORDA, President and CEO, Los Angeles Philharmonic