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Tonight and tomorrow in Kresge Auditorium

18 | Fri | MIT Chamber Chorus, William Cutter, music director. Britten, Rejoice in the Lamb, Hymn to St. Cecilia, Flower Songs, Cantata Misericordium. 8pm, Kresge Auditorium.  General admission $5; Free, in advance only, to MIT community with MIT email … Continue reading

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MTA Theater alum in NYC stage debut

Noah Arbesfeld ’13 performing with MTA’s Anna Kohler in Chang in a void Moon in NYC.

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REVIEW – Makan’s Letting Time Circle Through Us by Either Or

Matthew Guerrieri reviews Keeril Makan’s world premier by Either/Or NEWMUSIC BOX 4/15/14 In the ever-futile quest to match up language with the experience of music, “meditative” is a useful shorthand, able to hint at a calm surface, a reflective cast, … Continue reading

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Elena Ruehr 2014 Guggenheim Fellow

Congratulations to Elena Ruehr!!!  She just received a Guggenheim Fellowship to write an opera for Roomful of Teeth, an eight voice ensemble that she, MIT Music and Theater Arts, and CAST, Center for Art, Science and Technology will be hosting … Continue reading

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Brody’s Operation Epsilon wins Four IRNE Awards

OPERATION EPSILON wins FOUR IRNE Awards! The cast of Operation Epsilon. Photo: A.R. Sinclair Photography. Last night the Independent Reviewers of New England awarded The Nora Theatre Company’s production of Alan Brody’s play Operation Epsilon four IRNE Awards. Best New … Continue reading

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Interview with Jay Scheib

BOMB – Artists in Conversation JAY SCHEIB by ALIX PEARLSTEIN The first thing that struck me when I first saw a piece of Jay Scheib’s was the audio level. The actors’ voices seemed unusually low and yet each word was … Continue reading

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MIT theater alumnae in Present Simple

Present Simple We are in a room. A closed space “piled high and full of its sediment”. There are two persons stuck in this room. A woman stuck at the wall, the very periphery, and a man lodged between the … Continue reading

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David Deveau with Longwood Symphony, a review

The Boston Musical Intelligencer March 16, 2014 Expectations: Longwood Dashes, Deveau Fulfills by David Patterson …For Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat Major, “Emperor,” enter pianist David Deveau to set a new, true tenor for the evening. His sureness … Continue reading

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David Deveau and the Longwood Symphony preview

From The Boston Musical Intelligencer’s preview and interview with Longwood Symphony music director Ronald Feldman: Tell us about your collaborative history with pianist David Deveau and how you chose to invite him to play the Emperor Concerto. When I engage … Continue reading

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Clavisimbalum Concert this Wednesday

7:30pm, Wednesday, March 12.  Killian Hall.  Free. Keyboard player, conductor, and researcher specializing in medieval repertoires, David Catalunya cultivates a double profile as a performer and musicologist.  He has brought the sound of his clavisimbalum to the most prestigious concert … Continue reading

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