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Upcoming Events

Aaron Berofsky (violin) and Matthew Bengtson (piano) join John Haines-Eitzen (cello) for an evening of Beethoven and Mendelssohn piano trios using period...

In the last years of Edward Said’s life, the figure of music moved emphatically center stage. Most notable was his role in founding the much-discussed...

Come share your favorite piece and listen to others play theirs. Use this weekly group to help motivate you to keep up with your playing. Share your talent...

Members of Nuova Pratica join Nathan Mondry to present concerts at Sage Chapel (Feb. 11) and Barnes Hall (Feb. 12), broadly split into 17th and 18th century...

Members of Nuova Pratica join Nathan Mondry to present concerts at Sage Chapel (Feb. 11) and Barnes Hall (Feb. 12), broadly split into 17th and 18th century...

The Cornell Contemporary Chamber Players, a student organization committed to ensuring that Cornell remains at the forefront of contemporary music and...

Two piano(+) ensemble HereNowHear (Andrew Zhou and Ryan McCullough) performs Karlheinz Stockhausen's MANTRA, featuring Joshua Biggs as sound diffusionist,...

What work are contemporary distinctions between drag performance and transgender subjectivity doing? In this talk, I tell the stories of two Black...

2/17/2022 4:30pm
Virtual Event

Joseph Brant’s barrel organ provides an object lesson in the push and pull of settler colonial-Indigenous relations in the eighteenth century. During the...

Soprano Karen Slack, the Miró Quartet, and collaborative pianist Erika Switzer

The Cornell Concert Series, in partnership with ONEcomposer, presents a celebration of our country’s legacy of Black women composers in a concert that...