Author Archives: Clarise Snyder

William Cutter’s Brahms Requiem with TFC reviewed

“The heroes of the evening were the members of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, prepared by Bill Cutter, who sang with crystalline diction and a tender emotional touch.” – READ MORE…  “In place of titulaire John Oliver, Bill Cutter prepared the … Continue reading

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Pianist David Deveau is in Japan

Performing with clarinetist Richard Stoltzman at Munetsugu Hall, Nagoya, Japan

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Mark Harvey and Aardvark on the Artery

Read story on WBUR’s The Artery

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Prof. Patricia Tang’s research on Aby Ngana Diop

                        Patricia Tang,  Associate Professor of Music contributed to the re-release of a recording by Senegalese griot Aby Ngana Diop referenced in this Vogue article.  The recording was also … Continue reading

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Evan Ziporyn featured in Boston Globe

Classical Notes Ziporyn celebrates stylistic synthesis with MIT concert series  By David Weininger  | Globe Correspondent   September 11, 2014 Evan Ziporyn’s concert next Tuesday at MIT celebrates his “20,000th day on earth.” At first glance you might think that Ziporyn, … Continue reading

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MIT Women’s Chorale, welcomes new singers

MIT Women’s Chorale, welcoming new singers Time: 7:15p–9:30pm,  Wednesdays, starting Sept 10 ( except our second rehearsal ONLY will be on a Thursday, Sept 18) Location: 10-340 The Chorale welcomes women from throughout the MIT community as we prepare for … Continue reading

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Theater Arts Open House

You are invited to the Theater Arts Open House Tuesday, September 2 from 7-9pm in E33.

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Tour de SHASS

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Jay Scheib in the New Yorker

THE NEW YORKER Culture Desk August 13, 2014 “The Maids” Is a Pile of Fake Flowers By Hilton Als “It’s a measure of Cate Blanchett and Isabelle Huppert’s willingness to stay open and grow as stage performers that they even … Continue reading

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Keeril Makan work reviewed at Tanglewood

New York Times: …a concert that also featured Keeril Makan’s “2” (1998), a dazzling duet for violin (Jordan Koransky) and percussion (Joseph Kelly) that began with stark unison attacks. Gradually morphing in pitch, color and speed, the muscular yet subtle … Continue reading

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