Posts tagged performance
Posts tagged performance
It’s hard to say no to this poster for Parker Hall’s #seniorrecital
This awesome concert (a part of the Artist Recital Series!) is happening on April 28! In Finney Chapel!
Casey offered to buy much needed groceries with like food stamps or credits or something to that effect. So I got in the car and followed him to Giant Eagle, which is usually a gas station/truck stop in the middle of nowhere, but sometimes a huge bulk store like Costco or Sam’s Club. Following him…
Check out this blog post about a tour that included student electronic group Wax Monsters!
WQXR presents Bach 360°, a ten-day festival that explores how J.S. Bach resonates with today’s audiences.
Featuring violinist Jennifer Koh ‘97
A BIG congratulations to Peter Slowik’s viola students, fourth year Aaron Mossburg and first year Daniel Orsen! Aaron and Daniel won the Senior and Junior Divisions (respectively) of the ASTA National Solo Competition Finals held April 6-8 at the Kaufman Center’s Merkin Hall in New York City!
No other Conservatory in the country had finalists in two divisions!
Do you have anyone in particular you would like to thank?
I would like to thank so many people. Most importantly my Mom, Dad, my sister Melinda, my boyfriend Paul, Grandma and Grandpaul, Grandaddy and Dorothy, Uncle Jonathan and Tia Edith, the TK5 family, the Wagners, Tante Susan,…
What’s your favorite piece your performing in your senior recital, and why?
Ooph. This is a hard question- I truly love every single piece in my recital. But if I absolutely had to choose, I would say: Hugo Wolf’s “An eine Aeolsharfe” (To an Aeolean harp). The poetry and music have an…
Who got the chance to see the Vijay Iyer Trio perform at the ‘Sco this past Thursday?
THURSDAY 4/11, 10pm FILM @ THE APOLLOA thrilling event of LIVE, ORIGINAL MUSIC by Con sudents, composed for this silent film…A combination of three classes taught by Prof’s Sonja Boos, Ari Sammartino, and Heather Anderson Boll (History 317: Weimar Culture; German 433: Aesthetics of Avant Garde; and Theater 306: Acting Brecht), with funding from the OCLC, is sponsoring a public performance of the film “Berlin, die Sinfonie der Großstadt/ Symphony of a Metropolis” with the live accompaniment of the Cut-It Ensemble. The Ensemble consists of a group of Conservatory students who will perform original music to accompany this silent film. The performance is April 11th at 10pm in the Apollo and is free and open to the public.