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November

Saturday, November 1 at 8:00 pm in Sanders Theatre


Harvard-Radcliffe
Collegium Musicum
& Radcliffe Choral Society

Andrew Clark, Director of Choral Activities
Joseph Fort, Harris Ipock, & Beth Willer,
Resident Conductors
Edward Elwyn Jones, Artistic Director,
Harvard-Radcliffe Chorus
Michael Pfitzer, Choral Associate

Tickets available at Harvard Box Office. 617-496-2222.


Harvard Box Office








Sunday, November 2 at 3:00 pm in John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
[NOTE day and time!]

Blodgett Artists-in-Residence
The Parker Quartet


Prokofiev String Quartet No.2 in F Major, Op.92
Kurtág Six moments musicaux, Op.44
Schubert String Quartet No.14 in D Minor, D.810 “Death and the Maiden”

Free and open to the public. Tickets are required. Free tickets available beginning SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19 at Harvard Box Office. You can pick up tickets at the Box Office in the Smith Center (formerly Holyoke Center Arcade), or order them online through the Box Office for a small fee. Ordering info: 617-496-2222


Harvard Box Office








The Parker Quartet: Daniel Chong, violin; Ying Xue, violin;
Jessica Bodner, viola; Kee-Hyun Kim, cello. Free tix available beginning Sunday, October 19.

Monday, November 3
5:00 pm

Folklore and Mythology Seminar Room (Warren House 102)


Benjamin Bagby
Early Music Performer & Scholar
Sam Barrett

Cambridge University

The metra of Boethius’s De consolatione philosophiae
including a musical performance


Everyone is welcome.


November 7-9
November 12-15

Harvard Dance Center


Dance Program LOOK UP

[World Premiere]
Audience members are invited to attend for any length of time during this two-hour durational installation, choreographed by Dance Director Jill Johnson in collaboration with Harvard Dance Project student dancers.
LOOK UP aims to be an analog antidote to digital overload, inspired by the work of architect Louis Kahn, Professor Stephen Greenblatt’s book The Swerve and recent research into how the brain perceives digital media.

PERFORMANCE DATES:
November 7 & 8, 7-9pm
November 9, 2-4pm
November 12-15, 7-9pm

VENUE: Harvard Dance Center, 60 Garden St., Cambridge, MA




Saturday, November 8 at 8pm in Sanders Theatre

The Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra
Federico Cortese, conductor

Winner of the James Yannatos Concerto Competition
Tbd selection by Assistant Conductor Sam Wu ‘17

Tickets at Harvard Box Office. 617-496-2222.


Harvard Box Office




Watch the HRO on youtube


Thursday, November 13
5:00 pm
Davison Room (Music Library)


Opera Humanities Center Seminar presents

Arman Schwartz
University of Birmingham, UK

Infernal Symphony: Gianni Schicchi, Tuscan Revivalism, and the Great War

Free and open to all.




Thursday, November 13
8:00 pm
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall

The Music of Michael Pisaro
Fromm Foundation Visiting Professor

Concentric Rings in Magnetic Levitation (2011)
with Jason Brogan, electronics, objects; Joe
Panzner, sine tones, mixing; Michael Pisaro,
piano; Greg Stuart, percussion

Free and open to all. No tickets required.



Michael Pisaro, composer



Monday, November 17 at 4:15 pm in the Davison Room
(
Loeb Music Library, 2nd floor)


Barwick Colloquia Series:
Gary Tomlinson

Yale University

1,000,000 Years of Music: The Emergence of Human Modernity

Free and open to the public.



Tuesday, November 18 at 7:00 pm
Room 133 Barker Center


Humanities Center Musics Abroad:
Christine Yao

University of Hawaii


Plucking Paradise: Hawaiian 'Ukulele Performance in Japan
Free and open to the public.


Wednesday - Friday November 19-21

Harvard Dance Center


Fall 2014 Emerging Choregraphers


Details to come.



Friday, November 21 at 8:00 pm in Sanders Theatre


Harvard Glee Club | Yale Glee Club

Andrew Clark, Director of Choral Activities
Joseph Fort, Harris Ipock, & Beth Willer,
Resident Conductors
Edward Elwyn Jones, Artistic Director,
Harvard-Radcliffe Chorus
Michael Pfitzer, Choral Associate

Tickets available at Harvard Box Office. 617-496-2222.


Harvard Box Office








December

Monday, December 1 at 4:15 pm in the Davison Room
(
Loeb Music Library, 2nd floor)


Barwick Colloquia Series: Jane Sugarman
City University of New York

The Bal and the Kuller: Youth Slang, Popular Song, and Political Change in
Postwar Kosova


Free and open to the public.


Thursday, December 4 at 12:15 pm
Faculty Room
University Hall



University Hall Recital Series
presents

Olivia Lucas, soprano
Samuel Parler, piano


Free and open to the public.


Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
December 5, 6, and 7
7:00 pm

John Knowles Paine Concert Hall



Music 189
Chamber Music Recitals



Free and open to the public.


Friday, December 5 at 8:00 pm
Lowell Hall



Music of David Amram
Harvard Wind Ensemble


Tickets available at Harvard Box Office. 617-496-2222.


Harvard Box Office








Saturday, December 6 at 8:00 pm in Sanders Theatre


Harvard Radcliffe Chorus


Andrew Clark, Director of Choral Activities
Joseph Fort, Harris Ipock, & Beth Willer,
Resident Conductors
Edward Elwyn Jones, Artistic Director,
Harvard-Radcliffe Chorus
Michael Pfitzer, Choral Associate

Tickets available at Harvard Box Office. 617-496-2222.


Harvard Box Office








Sunday, December 7
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 4, Music Building



Symposium:
Theorizing Improvisation

A symposium by students of Professor Vijay Iyer's M280.


 

Wednesday and Thursday, December 10 and 11
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall


Student Concert of new live electronic works on HYDRA
The Hydra loudspeaker orchestra is a sound projection system designed for the performance of electroacoustic music with or without the participation of instrumentalists. A loudspeaker orchestra consists of loudspeakers distributed throughout a performance space used for the spatial diffusion of an electroacoustic work.


 
 

 





   

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