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Musicology Colloquium Musicology Colloquium: Philomela Speaker Michael Beckerman (New York University) presents. The Carroll and Milton Petrie Professor of Music and chair of the Department of Music (since 2004), his research interests include Czech and Eastern European music (including Janáček, Dvorák, and Martinů), nationalism, and film music.
Thursday, May 1 4:30 pm
Lincoln Hall 124
Composers' Forum Composers' Forum: Guest composer Georg Friedrich Haas (Columbia University) presents his music as the Philomela speaker. Born in 1953 in Graz, Austria, Haas has emerged as one of the major European composers of his generation. His music synthesizes in a highly original way the Austrian tradition of grand orchestral statement with forward-looking interests in harmonic color and microtonal tuning that stem from both French spectralism and a strand of American experimentalism. [Enter 316 Lincoln via 220, the Music Library]
Friday, April 25 1:25 pm
Lincoln Hall 316
Midday Music Midday Music: Midday Music for Organ: David Yearsley will present J. S Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in E-flat Major (“St. Anne”), a trio by J. C. Bach, and the monumental trio from J. S. Bach’s Musical Offering, in David's ambitious transcription. [Note, that this is a change in venue and artist from previously listed.]
Wednesday, April 23 12:30 pm
Sage Chapel
Concert Concert: Midday Music for Organ: David Yearsley will present J. S Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in E-flat Major (“St. Anne”), a trio by J. C. Bach, and the monumental trio from J. S. Bach’s Musical Offering, in David's ambitious transcription. [Note, that this is a change in venue and artist from previously listed.]
Wednesday, April 23 12:30 pm
Sage Chapel

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