|Musicology Colloquium |
Thursday, April 30 4:30 pm
Lincoln Hall 124
Richard Leppert (University of Minnesota) presents "Phonography & Operatic Fidelities (Regimes of Musical Listening, 1904-1929)." He was co-editor of Beyond the Soundtrack: Representing Music in Cinema (University of California Press, 2007).
|Composers' Forum |
Friday, May 1 1:25 pm
Lincoln Hall 316
Cornell composer Corey Keating presents the music of George Crumb. (Enter 316 Lincoln via 220, the Music Library.)
|Midday Music |
Wednesday, May 6 12:30 pm
Anabel Taylor Hall Chapel
Midday Music for Organ: Paul Miller, violin, with David Yearsley, organ. “Archangel and Archdevil: Corelli meets Strungk.”
Saturday, April 25 7:30 pm
Join the Cornell University Symphony Orchestra, Glee Club and Chorus, for an evening celebrating Cornell ideas and imagination through music and readings.
Bailey Hall, Livestreaming available
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Join the Cornell University Symphony Orchestra, Glee Club and Chorus, Professor David Feldshuh, and Professor Robin Davisson for an evening celebrating Cornell ideas and imagination through music and readings. The Symphony performs selections from Professor Roberto Sierra’s Carnaval and Professor Steven Stucky’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Second Concerto for Orchestra. The combined Glee Club and Chorus offer songs ranging from an American spiritual to Chinese and Finnish folksongs and a Namibian walking song. David Feldshuh shares Andrew Dickson White’s and Ezra Cornell’s dreams and visions for the University they founded, underscoring composed by Professor Kevin Ernste, and E.B. “Andy” White’s ’21 reflections on sending his son to Cornell. The concert concludes with the combined Glee Club Chorus and the Symphony Orchestra performing a medley of Cornell songs with new orchestrations, and a surprise guest soloist. This will be an evening to remember!