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Reception 6–7 pm, William D. Adams Gallery Concert 7–8:30 pm, Given Auditorium Artist Zao Wou-Ki nurtured a lifelong passion for European classical and 20th-century avant-garde music. This concert highlights some of Zao’s favorite pieces, as... more >
Fortepianist David Hyun-sun Kim returns to Colby with violinist Lauren Basney to present a program of Mendelssohn and Schumann. The duo will perform on early-19th-century instruments including a fortepiano built in Maine by Rodney Regier.
Performers and speakers: Matthew Houston (UMaine Farmington, Philospphy), Christiane Guillois (Colby College, French), Steven Nuss (Colby College, Music), Steve Pane (UMaine Farmington, Music), Feldman’s Last Pieces are short, aphoristic works for piano that are hot topics in... more >
Associate Professor Emerita Ursula Reidel (German), Associate Professor Steven Nuss (Music), and pianist Nathan Trivers ’17 perform and discuss Morton Feldman’s Palais de Mari (1986). Organized by Colby’s Music Department.
Mark Leighton, guitar, will perform music composed for, transcribed by, or reintroduced into the repertoire by Andrés Segovia during a career that spanned nearly the entire 20th century. Included will be compositions by J.S. Bach,... more >
Heidi Powell (baroque violin), Timothy Burris (lute and theorbo), and Raffael Scheck (baroque cello) perform baroque music by Bach, Corelli, Handel, and de Marzis on period instruments. The Music in the Museum series is organized... more >
Noontime Art Talk by Jonathan Hallstrom, Associate Professor of Music The subject of this talk will concern life and career of György Ligeti, whose musical compositions Atmosphères (1961) and Clocks and Clouds (1972–73) inspired two series of prints on... more >