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Sunday, November 23
   2:00 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium

Guest ensemble:  Los Angeles Piano Quartet.  Pianist Xak Bjerken, violinist Mikhail Kopelman, violist Katherine Murdock, and cellist Steven Doane present Beethoven’s early Piano Quartet in C Major, WoO 36/3, Brahms’s G-Minor Piano Quartet, op. 25, and a new work by Christopher Stark, commissioned by the Fromm Foundation.

Monday, November 24
   8:00 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium

Studio recital:  piano students of Xak Bjerken.

Monday, December 1
   8:00 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium

Studio 342:  voice students of Judith Kellock.

Tuesday, December 2
   7:30 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium

Woodwinds Studio Recital:  students of oboist Emily DiAngelo, flutists Liisa Grigorov and Elizabeth Shuhan, and saxophonist James Spinazzola.

Thursday, December 4
   8:00 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium

Contrapunkt; Patrick Braga, Jasmine Edison, and Paul Hwang, directors.  Features music written by Cornell undergraduate composers.  Funded in part by SAFC and John Seregos.

Saturday, December 6
   3:00 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium

Student Chamber Music Recital.

Sunday, December 7
   3:00 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium

Student Chamber Music Recital.

Wednesday, February 4
   8:00 pm
Barnes Hall

Cornell Concert Series presents Nrityagram Dance Ensemble.
Nrityagram: Samyoga
Nrityagram blends Odissi, a classical Indian dance, with contemporary concepts to transport viewers to enchanted worlds.  In Samyoga, two dancers explore concepts of union, balance, grace, confidence and vulnerability with their live music ensemble.

Sunday, March 8
   8:00 pm
Barnes Hall

Cornell Concert Series presents Pierre-Laurent Aimard & Tamara Stefanovich.
Two renowned pianists and acclaimed advocates of modern works join together as part of the Environs Messiaen festival at Cornell to perform works by Boulez and Messiaen.

Wednesday, April 15
   8:00 pm
Barnes Hall

Cornell Concert Series presents Jordi Savall & Concert des Nations.
Unanimously recognized as one of the most important performers of early music, Jordi Savall is a multi-faceted musician: viol player, conductor, and creator of an unmistakable style. He brings his Le Concert des Nations Ensemble to close out the CCS season.