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Amplifying Solidarity: A Northrop Plaza Series

Spend the last four Thursdays of summer lounging or lunching on Northrop Plaza while listening to music by spectacular Minnesota artists! A collaboration between Northrop, Radio K, Welcome Week, Multicultural Student Engagement, and the School of Music, Amplifying Solidarity is a program of free outdoor concerts with the intent to use music to lift the voices of people who have been […]

Jasper String Quartet

Bring your lawn chair, and join Princeton Symphony Orchestra in the garden for an evening of superb music by the quartet called "Outstanding" by The New Yorker. Celebrating its fifteenth anniversary in 2021, the Jasper String Quartet is recognized as one of the leading American string quartets on the performance stage today. PROGRAM Florence PRICE  /  […]

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Violinist Stefan Jackiw Returns

The second of our classical weekends brings a new perspective on a familiar artist. Conrad Tao is known for his virtuoso piano playing, but he's beginning to make his name […]

Wind Symphony & Concert Band Concert

The Eastern Illinois University Wind Symphony and Concert Band are back in action with full band rehearsals and indoor performances. Join conductor Alicia Neal and the Wind Symphony and Concert Band at the Doudna Fine Art Center’s Dvorak Concert Hall for the first full band concert of the 21-22 academic year. The audience will enjoy […]

‘Cross Rhythms’

When the pandemic first put a halt to live performances, a group of California pianists started convening weekly over Zoom to share ideas, musical tips and plans for exploring new repertoire. Now that those artists are free to perform again, they’re ready to share the fruits of those discussions. Curated by Sarah Cahill and Regina […]

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Violinist Stefan Jackiw Returns

The second of our classical weekends brings a new perspective on a familiar artist. Conrad Tao is known for his virtuoso piano playing, but he's beginning to make his name […]

Music Mondays presents Brooklyn Rider and Nicholas Phan, tenor

Genre-bending string quartet Brooklyn Rider joins tenor Nicholas Phan (“one of the world’s most remarkable singers,” Boston Globe) for an evening of lyrical, transporting works for voice and string quartet. Works by English composers Thomas Campion and Rebecca Clarke accompany Schubert’s “Death and the Maiden” Quartet and the New York Premiere of Stranger, a new […]

Cassiopeia Winds 2021 Tour

Cassiopeia Winds is a group of five exceptional musicians whose sheer joy in performing together is contagious, bringing a real sense of excitement and fun to their music making. Formed in 2010, Irish chamber wind ensemble Cassiopeia Winds performances are marked by vivacity, panache and a dedication to the exploration of fine sound worlds. Though […]

Exponential Ensemble

The Exponential Ensemble is a mixed chamber music ensemble made up of skilled performers and experienced teaching artists. They perform classic masterworks alongside contemporary masterpieces, expanding your musical horizon. Bring your lawn chair, and join for this outdoor event! PROGRAM: Matyas SEIBER  /  Novelty Foxtrot Eugene BOZZA  /  Trois pièces pour une musique de Nuit Valerie COLEMAN (a […]

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Andreas Conducts Brahms 1

Music Director Andreas Delfs opens the program with Richard Wagner’s Dawn & Siegfried’s Rhine Journey. Jennifer Higdon’s (a BandQuest and ChoralQuest composer) award-winning Violin Concerto, praised as “an attractive, colourful work, scored most imaginatively and with great finesse” (Gramophone), features soloist Benjamin Beilman. Despite taking the composer over a decade to complete, Johann Brahms’s First Symphony was worth […]

Louise Toppin in Recital

Coloratura soprano Louise Toppin performs a recital of art songs and spirituals of the African Diaspora featuring works by women composers such as Margaret Bonds, Harriette Davison and Rosephanye Powell; and a world premiere song cycle, "For Terry," by Maria Corley. Also included in the program are compositions by the celebrated composer Adolphus Hailstork (a BandQuest composer). […]

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ReMembering: Singing Water

ReMembering: Singing Water is an original choral film that explores Minnesota as a place of both home and exile for immigrants, LGBTQ people, and Indigenous people. Interconnected stories are brought to life through choral music, spoken word, animation, and life size puppets. ReMembering is a collaboration with water protector Sharon Day; puppeteer Sandy Spieler; singer-songwriter Sara Thomsen; and features performances […]