Author Archives: Clarise Snyder

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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A New England Emmy Award for Awakening: Evoking the Arab Spring Through Music

The 30-minute documentary centered on the world premiere of “Awakening,” a composition by visiting artist Jamshied Sharifi ’83. The music was performed by students in the MIT Wind Ensemble, led by Frederick E. Harris Jr., director of wind and jazz … Continue reading

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