Enjoy an afternoon of live music in the Calderwood Courtyard—free and open to everyone!
The Harvard University Committee on the Arts (HUCA) will present Atlantic Connections, a jazz performance led by Yosvany Terry, senior lecturer on music at Harvard, and mezzo-soprano Alicia Hall Moran, who will perform a work inspired by poets from the African diaspora, including Maya Angelou. This performance will explore the themes of land, homeland, motherhood, running, love,...
The Mittal Institute at Harvard University invites you to a concert celebrating 75 years of South Asian independence from British colonial rule. Qawwali is a uniquely South Asian musical tradition that is widely popular in the region and around the world – join us as we commemorate this historic event with one of the region’s most-celebrated Qawwali groups.
Cost: Full Price: $20 / Harvard ID: $10 / All Valid Student IDs: $10
Join us for the premiere screening of Community Art Center’s 25th Annual Do It Your Damn Self!! National Youth Film Festival, the longest-running youth film festival in the country. Come early for a musical performance by Lisa Bello and snacks in the Calderwood Courtyard. A panel discussion with the teen filmmakers will follow the screening.
Sanders Theatre, Memorial Hall, 45 Quincy St., Cambridge
In the third concert of our 214th season, the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra will be premiering the third movement of Hannah Lash’s Forestallings in celebration of our conductor Federico Cortese’s 10th anniversary with the orchestra.
Dr. Lash is a 2010 PhD alumnus of Harvard who is now a faculty member and conductor at the Yale School of Music. We will also be playing Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy, featuring concerto competition winner Kevin Miura ‘25, and Kodaly’s Peacock Variations, featuring assistant conductor Camden Archambeau ‘23. Kevin was the junior 2nd place winner of the...
Initiation – In Love Solidarity is a choreographic narrative exploring the embodiment of the Middle Passage, and the resilience and evolving identities of women in the African diaspora. A film component of the work was created at historic sites in New England related to the transatlantic slave trade and emancipation. The imagery of the cowrie shell is present throughout, chosen as an emblem of the transformative identity of the Black female body.
Harvard Memorial Church, 1 Harvard Yard, Cambridge
A selection of works celebrating Handel's time in Italy! We’re thrilled to return to the Memorial Church Sanctuary with this joyful program on the other side of the pandemic year. Featuring Benjamin P. Wenzelberg and Phoebe Carrai.
Handel: Selections from Rodrigo Handel: Selected arias Porpora: Cello concerto Dall' Abaco: Concerto Grosso in D Major Porpora: Selected arias
Free and open to the public. All attendees must be masked and will be asked to present either their Harvard ID at the door, or to show proof of vaccination, or to show a proof of...
Paine Hall (Harvard Music Building), 3 Oxford St., Cambridge
The Bach Society Orchestra, Harvard's premiere undergraduate chamber orchestra, kicks off its 2021-2022 Season with our first concert of the fall on Friday, October 8th, 2021. Reserve your free tickets now for this wonderful musical celebration!
Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 8 in F major
Manuel de Falla's El Sombrero de Tres Picos, Suite 1
Blodgett Artists-in-Residence the Parker Quartet present a concert live from Paine Hall on Harvard Music Department's YouTube Channel. Concert site will be active from 8pm on Friday through Sunday, February 28 at midnight. The program will include works by Vijay Iyer, Branch Freeman, and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Feb 23 2021 .
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American Repertory Theater—Online
The Lunch Room, formerly known as Lunch with Lunsford, is A.R.T.’s virtual talk show with the artists, activists, and civic leaders who are shaping our culture and communities. Join members of the A.R.T. staff for curated conversations and interactive Q&As.
February 2: Joseph Allen, director of the Healthy Buildings Program at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and A.R.T.’s Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus discuss the collaboration to develop a...
Fighting the coronavirus pandemic has brought Medical professionals across the country together in unexpected ways.
At this event you will meet John Masko an HBS Case Researcher, Conductor and Founder of the National Virtual Medical Orchestra (NVMO) , who brought together over 50 medical professionals from across the country to build the first of its kind, a virtual orchestra.
He will share a virtual performance which will be followed by a discussion around happiness as it relates to music with Arthur Brooks, a Harvard Professor, PHD Social Scientist, Best Selling...
Bartok String Quartet No. 3 Brahms String Quartet in C minor, Op. 51 No. 1
The Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet is renowned for its dynamic interpretations and polished, expansive colors. The group has rapidly distinguished itself as one of the preeminent ensembles of its generation, dedicated purely to the sound and depth of their music.
The HKS Women in Power Conference team invite you for a discussion and live performance with musician Madame Gandhi (HBS '15).
Madame Gandhi is an artist and activist whose mission is to celebrate gender liberation. She has toured drumming for M.I.A, Thievery Corporation and most recently Oprah Winfrey on her 2020 Vision Stadium Tour with morning dance party Daybreaker. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Georgetown University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She has been listed as Forbes Music 30 Under 30 and is a 2020 TED Fellow. Her uplifting music and mathy beats...
Makoto Shinkai's remarkable feature film debut is set in a futuristic Japan on the verge of war. Takuya, a physicist, is drawn into a complex world of dreams, revolutionary fronts, government conspiracies and multiple realities. After many years, he reunites with his high school pal in their shared grief over their missing friend Sayuri, upon whose mysterious fate the whole world may depend.
Admission: $5 Weekend Matinee Admission or Free with Cambridge Public Library Card or current Harvard Student ID
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall, 3 Oxford St., Cambridge
As part of the Blodgett Chamber Music Series, the Parker Quartet will perform the following: Esa-Pekka Salonen Homunculus for String Quartet (2007); Szymanowski String Quartet #2, Opus 56; Beethoven String Quartet in A minor, Opus 132.
Please note: This event is free but tickets are required, available February 16 at Harvard Box Office, Smith Campus Center. Box Office is open Tuesday—Sunday, 12:00pm–6:00pm. Tickets are also available by phone 617-496-2222 or online. There is a small service charge for online and phone orders.
Memorial Church Sanctuary, Harvard Yard, Cambridge
The Harvard University Choir presents an open rehearsal with Pedro Memelsdorff of "“Messe en cantiques," a reconstruction of a mass as it would have been sung by freed and enslaved Africans in colonial Haiti.