This concert will initiate a yearlong commemoration by Columbia University of the 100th anniversary of Serge Prokofiev’s American debut in New York City. This concert will initiate a yearlong commemoration by Columbia University of the 100th anniversary of Serge Prokofiev’s American debut in New York City. Cynthia Liu, CC ’18, will perform three piano works highlighting Prokofiev’s virtuosity as a composer and Serge Prokofiev Archive archivist Natalia Ermolaev (GSAS ‘10) will complement the music with insights from the archive.
Reid Hall, Columbia Global Centers | Paris
4, rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris
En tout cas, si "impressionnisme" signifie avant tout le contraire "d'expressionnisme", je pourrais être d'accord. (In any event, if “Impressionism” really means the opposite of “Expressionism,” I could agree.)
-Tristan Murail, program notes for Treize Couleurs du soleil levant
Cellist Hee-Young Lim performs music of JS Bach, Peteris Vasks and Peter M. Susser. The concert is organized in conjunction with the Art and Music Humanities in Paris summer program.
Graduating Music Students (Graduate and Undergraduate) and their families are cordially invited to a buffet Luncheon Reception immediately following the ceremony.
The final performance for Prof. Zosha Di Castri's graduate seminar, "Composing for Dance." Canadian, Chilean, and American composers from Columbia University collaborate with emerging talents on the New York choreographic scene to create original works for music and dance.
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Partita No. 1 in B♭ Major, BWV 825
V. Menuet I & II
Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Images, Book I:
Reflets dans l'eau
Hommage à Rameau
Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
Op. 9, No. 1 in b♭ minor
Op. 55, No. 2 in E♭ Major
Scherzo No. 2 in b♭ minor, Op. 31
On Friday, April 21, at 2 pm, Nicole Biamonte will deliver a talk, "Metric and Rhythmic Functions in Rock Music," as part of the Historical Musicology and Music Theory Colloquium series.
Reembodied Sound is an interdisciplinary symposium and festival, focusing on current and emerging practices in music and sonic art involving the use of transducers or surface speakers.
Glenda Goodman, Assistant Professor of music at the University of Pennsylvania, will present "Tunebooks, Manuscripts, and Wampum: Addressing the Problem of Colonialist Archives in Early America" as part of the Historical Musicology and Music Theory Colloquium series.
The French-American pianist Julia Den Boer performs a program of compositions for solo piano with three works by Columbia composers, including the European première of DUX, by Composition faculty member Zosha Di Castri (Den Boer's collaboration with the composer supported by the Yvar Mikhasoff Trust).
Ashkan Behzadi, Three Nocturnes
Zosha Di Castri, DUX (2017), European première