Thursdays @ 7:30 pm in the Fountain Court / included in MAG admission
And don’t miss Going for Baroque, a weekly series of mini-recitals featuring students at the Eastman School of Music performing on the Italian Baroque organ. Sundays @ 1 pm and 3 pm in the Fountain Court / included in MAG admission.
Thursday, February 13 @ 7 pm in the Fountain Court / included in MAG admission
“Echoes of the Middle Ages” features Schola Cantorum of Christ Church Episcopal Church, Stephen Kennedy, director, with Michael Anderson, assistant professor of musicology, Eastman School of Music.
Presented as part of the ESM / MAG project “Sights and Sounds of the Middle Ages,” funded by the UR Provost Multidisciplinary Award. Photo above: J. Adam Fenster. Also pictured above: 15th-century French Leaf from an Antiphonary: Music for the Office of Matins. Currently on view.
Date: April 6, 2013
Stephane Wrembel has been called “a revelation” by Rolling Stone. Woody Allen recruited him to score the theme to the 2012 Academy Award winning film Midnight in Paris, and he performed live during the 2012 Oscars telecast. Don’t miss this concert by the French-born virtuoso guitarist and composer.
Date: September 13, 2012
Cyrille Aimée has consistently proven herself to be an unstoppable, undeniable talent in the modern age of jazz. Internationally renowned and praised for her unparalleled abilities, Cyrille’s vocal stylings are synonymous with musical genius. Her culturally rich background has supplied her with the driving force of Dominican rhythm and the incredible swing of the French Gypsies. Taking these natural abilities with her across the world, she has done nothing short of receiving rave reviews and a loyal following in each country she graces with her voice.
A former scholarship student at the Eastman School of Music, Bulgarian born violinist Svet combines elements of hip hop, pop, house and reggaeton. He has performed with many of the brightest stars in the business (including Tpain, Trina and Trick Daddy) and been featured on ABC, BET and MTV.
Sample a piece of Svet’s work below.
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