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Les Petits Violons de Cornell

Midday Music

Midday Music is the Department of Music’s noon-time concert series featuring faculty, students, and outside visitors. The sessions are free open to the public. See listings for venue.

Wednesday, January 28
   12:30 pm
Anabel Taylor Hall Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  David Yearsley introduces his new recording of the Bach Trio Sonatas.

Thursday, January 29
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  Paul Miller and guest Thomas Georgi (Tafelmusik).  Features rare works by Franz Götz for two violas d’amore and an unusual version of Biber’s Partita for two violas d’amore with a continuo arrangement by Paul Hindemith (Elizabeth Lyon, cello; Matthew Hall, harpsichord).

Thursday, February 19
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln: visiting lecturer Isaac Sharp presents a classical guitar recital.

Thursday, March 5
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  graduate student Zoe Weiss.

Wednesday, March 11
   12:30 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium

Midday Music for Organ:  Jonathan Schakel, harpsichord.  Features music of Böhm, Fischer, and Scarlatti.

Thursday, March 19
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  Ithaca Flute Duo, with flutists Juliana May Pepinsky and Elizabeth Shuhan.

Wednesday, March 25
   12:30 pm
Anabel Taylor Hall Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  guest Gerald Wolfe presents music of Bach, Buxtehude, and Böhm.