Concerts and Programs

Cornell Center for Historical Keyboards

Open Houses

During the inaugural weeks of the Cornell Center for Historical Keyboards, members of the university and the public are invited to the space at 726 University Ave for open houses on Fridays, 3–5pm. Students, faculty, and staff look forward to greeting visitors on September 13, 20, 27, and October 4.

Upcoming Events

September 6–7, 2019  New Meets Old: Collaborative Confrontations

September 21, 2019  David Yearsley, organ – Transalpine

September 28, 2019  Mike Lee Masterclass

October 4, 2019  Mike Lee, Wayne Lee, and Clancy Newman – Haydn "Bartolozzi" Trios

October 20, 2019  Xak Bjerken, piano – Beethoven, Ravel, Bartók, Kurtág, and Crumb

November 3, 2019  Laura Strickling, soprano and Xak Bjerken, piano – French art songs

November 5, 2019  Anna Steppler, organ – Remember, remember

November 8 and 15, 2019  Mother Mallard 50th Anniversary – The Continuing Story of Counterpoint

November 16–17, 2019  Performing Clara Schumann: Keyboard Legacies and Feminine Identities in the Long Romantic Tradition

November 22, 2019  Richard Valitutto, piano – Thought and Desire

December 4, 2019  Theodora Serbanescu-Martin, piano – Love and Death

Past Events

January 2019  Fugitive Resonance: The Piano in the Early 20th Century

[The following in partnership with the Westfield Center and a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation:]

September 2018  The Organ in the Global Baroque

November 2017  David Catalunya: Instruments of Theory

May 2017  Ghosts in the Machine

February 2017  Four-hand Keyboarding in the Long 19th Century

March 2016  Keyboard Networks

October 2015  {Re}Hearing Scriabin in the 21st Century

August 2015  Forte/Piano

March 2015  Environs Messiaen

October 2014

May 2013

March 2011