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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, February 17
   12:30 pm
Anabel Taylor Hall Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  guest organist Anna Steppler (University of Gothenburg) presents “North German Masters and J. S. Bach.”

Thursday, March 10
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  Juliana May Pepinsky and Elizabeth Shuhan, flutes.

Wednesday, March 16
   12:30 pm
Anabel Taylor Hall Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  University organist Annette Richards.  Features 17th-century music from the Spanish Netherlands and beyond.

Thursday, March 17
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  Malcolm Bilson and Shin Hwang, fortepiano.  Features Mozart’s String Quintet in G Minor, K. 516, arranged for four hands by Carl David Stegmann.

Thursday, March 24
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  Elizabeth Lyon, cello, with Matthew J. Hall, keyboard.

Wednesday, April 6
   12:30 pm
Sage Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  Jonathan Schakel, organ, with guest Megan Sharp.  Features works for organ and soprano, including music by Louis Vierne and Gavin Bryars, performed on the Aeolian-Skinner organ.

Thursday, April 7
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  Kyuree Kang, piano.  Features the complete Chopin Preludes.

Wednesday, April 20
   12:30 pm
Sage Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  Matthew J. Hall presents “Keyboard Art at the End of the Renaissance.”  Features music by Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck and William Byrd, performed on the 1746 organ by Augustinus Vicedomini.

Wednesday, May 4
   12:30 pm
Anabel Taylor Hall Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  guest Leon Chisholm (Fellow, Italian Academy, Columbia University) performs 17th-century music from England, Italy, and Germany.

Thursday, May 5
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  features pieces by graduate students from Kevin Ernste’s “Sound Sculpture” class.