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Saturday, September 30
   7:00 pm
Bailey Hall

Cornell Symphony Orchestra and Cornell Chamber Orchestra; Chris Younghoon Kim, conductor with special guest Alex Shuhan, horn.

Program features

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6, Mvt. 1

Stephenson Sounds Awakened, Concerto for French horn

Ellington/Tyzik Black, Brown, and Beige Suite: Work Song, Come Sunday, Light

Schuller Journey into Jazz, with Paul Merrill and CU Jazz Combo

Bacewicz Concerto for String Orchestra

 

Sunday, October 1
   3:00 pm
Bailey Hall

Cornell University Wind Symphony; James Spinazzola, conductor. Features standard works for wind band, premieres by Byron Adams (DMA '84) and David Conte (DMA '83) in honor of Professor Emeritus Karel Husa, and the premiere of Breath & Hammers for piano and wind ensemble by Mark Winges with pianist Blaise Bryski.

Saturday, October 21
   7:00 pm
Bailey Hall

Glee Club Homecoming Concert: Cornell's renowned men’s choir presents a varied program of folksongs, Renaissance motets, world music, and spirituals, concluding with the traditional Cornell Songs. Robert Isaacs, conductor.  Admission:  $15 adults; $5 students, available at http://baileytickets.com and at the door. On sale date TBD.

Saturday, October 28
   5:00 pm
Bailey Hall

Chorus Twilight Concert: Cornell's renowned women's choir presents their traditional mix of early music, folksongs, and contemporary compositions, featuring the world premiere of a new piece by Christine Donkin.  Admission: $12 adults; $5 students, available at http://baileytickets.com and at the door. On sale date TBD.

Saturday, November 11
   7:00 pm
Bailey Hall

Cornell Symphony Orchestra; Chris Younghoon Kim, conductor with Miri Yampolsky, piano, and James Spinazzola, saxophone. Program to include

New work by Barry Sharp

Schumann Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6. Mvt. 2

Ellington/Henderson Three Black Kings

Friday, November 17
   8:00 pm
Bailey Hall

Cornell University Wind Symphony; James Spinazzola, conductor. CU Winds is joined by the Cornell Klezmer Ensemble; featuring Adam Gorb's Yiddish Dances, new arrangements of standard tunes, and pre-concert dance instruction at 7:00 pm. The program also includes world premieres by Janice Macauley (Ph.D. '86) and Brian Robison (DMA '99) in honor of Professor Emeritus Karel Husa.