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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, March 29
   12:30 pm
Barnes Hall Auditorium

Midday Music for Organ:  Matthew Hall and Jonathan Schakel present “Duets & Diversions II,” with music for multiple keyboards by J. S. Bach, W. F. Bach, and other lesser luminaries.

Wednesday, April 12
   12:30 pm
Anabel Taylor Hall Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  David Yearsley presents “The Organ Contests of Dresden” with music by Weckmann, Froberger, Mozart, and Hässler.

Thursday, April 20
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  Piano students of Andrew Zhou perform Leoš Janáček's complete On an Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodníčku), Book 1.

Wednesday, May 3
   12:30 pm
Sage Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  Anna Steppler and Jonathan Schakel present Julius Reubke’s Sonata on the 94th Psalm and Franz Liszt’s Variations on “Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen,” performed on the Aeolian-Skinner organ.

Thursday, May 4
   12:30 pm
Lincoln Hall B20

Midday Music at Lincoln:  lecture-recital on Giuseppe Tartinti and his works, by students of Prof. Zaslaw’s graduate seminar on Baroque music.

Wednesday, May 10
   12:30 pm
Sage Chapel

Midday Music for Organ:  University organist Annette Richards presents a celebratory end-of-semester pot-pourri on the Aeolian-Skinner organ.