|Musicology Colloquium |
Thursday, February 23 4:30 pm
Lincoln Hall 124
Daniel Party (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile) presents "Víctor Jara's Revolutionary Masculinities." A scholar of popular music (Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania), Party's primary research interests are music under dictatorship, U.S. Latino music and migration, and gender studies. He has published and presented widely on the uses and value of popular music for people living under authoritarian regimes, particularly under Pinochet's Chile and Franco's Spain.
|Composers' Forum |
Friday, February 24 1:25 pm
Lincoln Hall 316 (enter via room 220, the Music Library)
Guest composer Jin Hi Kim presents her music. Jin Hi, on Korean komungo, and her duo partner, Min Xiao-Fen on Chinese pipa, present "Asian Sound Revolution" in Barnes on Saturday night (Feb 25, 8 PM).
|Midday Music |
Thursday, March 2 12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20
Midday Music at Lincoln: Becky Lu, piano. Features Schumann’s Fantasie, op. 16, and more.
Thursday, February 23 8:00 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium
Cornell Concert Series presents the VIDA Guitar Quartet. Since forming in 2007, the quartet has performed to critical acclaim in major American and European venues. VIDA’s ability to “conjure up an orchestral palette of color and effects” (Classic FM ) combined with their “exquisite tonal and dynamic control” has firmly established them as a passionate and masterful ensemble that sparkles with “vitality and spontaneity” (Acoustic). VIDA performs a program of lush arrangements ranging from traditional British folk songs to Bach to Gershwin.
General Admission: $28 • Students: $17