4th annual Sound Art in the Library event! Friday, 10/19, 6-8pm, Music & Arts Library

  MFA Sound Art in the Library Friday, Oct. 19th, 6-8pm Music & Arts Library, 701 Dodge The students of the MFA Sound Art program, and the Music & Arts Library present a night of engaging site-specific installations, performances and more, situated in the spaces of the Library. Drop in to check out the work! […]

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“A Not So Quiet Space”: Sound Art in the Music & Arts Library, Fri 10/21, 6-8pm

The Music & Arts Library and the Sound Arts MFA Program cordially invite you to “A Not So Quiet Space”, featuring work by the current students in the program, utilizing the space of the Music & Arts Library for temporary installations and performances. Come join us for some interesting sounds and experiences! Friday, 10/21, from […]

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New and upcoming, for the Fall 2016 semester

The Music & Arts Library & Asian Music Humanities faculty have recently partnered to create an Asian Music Humanities – Class Resources page, on the Music & Arts Library home page. The page currently contains links to a glossary, and to a list of suggested concerts and venues for students. Music faculty Ellie Hisama and […]

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Resounding Images: Medieval Intersections of Art, Music, and Sound – May 3, 9am-6pm

The Dept. of Music co-sponsors this interesting interdisciplinary event, on Friday, May 3, from 9am-6pm, as part of the University Seminar on Medieval Studies. Prof. Susan Boynton, from the Music Dept. faculty, will present opening remarks. From the event page: “Although sound is probably the most difficult component of the past to reconstruct, it was […]

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Thu 3/14, 6:30pm – “Music under the Medici in Renaissance Florence” (TONIGHT!)

On Thursday March 14th, at 6:30pm, Columbia Music Dept. Professor Giuseppe Gerbino will take part in the event “Music under the Medici in Renaissance Florence“, at NYU’s Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò 24 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011. The event will feature newly reconstructed music for Carnival Songs by Lorenzo de’ Medici. Prof. Gerbino will be […]

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Columbia Composers featured at Roulette, Wed 12/12/12

Columbia Composers will be in the spotlight on Wed 12/12/12 (it must be destiny!) at a FREE concert at Roulette in the fine old borough of Brooklyn. Full details of the program are available here: http://roulette.org/comm_events/columbia-composers/ Come out for a night of exciting new music, with performers including the Mivos Quartet. […]

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Columbia’s Collegium Musicum, in concert Wed 12/5 at 8pm at St. Paul’s Chapel

Columbia’s first-rate vocal ensemble Collegium Musicum presents a concert on Wednesday, Dec 5, at 8pm, in St. Paul’s Chapel on the Morningside campus of Columbia University. The concert will feature works by Byrd, Josquin, Brahms, and Debussy. Full program details are available on their web site. The concert is FREE and open to the public. […]

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Free Opera at the Burke Library! Opera Feroce, “Amor & Psyche”, Mon 11/11/12

Opera Feroce presents Amor & Psyche, a “Baroque opera pastiche”, on Monday Nov. 11, at 6pm, in the Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary.  Running time is 90 minutes (with intermission). DIRECTIONS: Enter at Union Theological Seminary entrance on 121st and Broadway.  Burke Library, 3rd Floor Reading Room. For information or questions, please contact Anthony […]

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Friday, Sept. 7, 2012 is Brazilian World Music Day!

Join the Archive of Contemporary Music (ARC) in celebrating Brazilian World Music Day on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012. Resources on popular Brazilian music in all forms have been contributed by participants from around the world, to build what ARC describes as “a free, permanently available, online database of Brazilian recordings and their locations around the […]

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counter)induction Plays Columbia Composers – Friday May 11, 8pm, Lerner (Free!)

  New music ensemble counter)induction will play works by undergraduate Columbia composers, this Friday, May 11th, 2012, at 8pm in 555 Lerner Hall. Works by Shawn Broukhim, David Halpern, Solomon Hoffman, Ian Marsanyi, Raphael Peterson, Christopher Pitsiokos, Jacob Snider, Sam Yulsman, Wu Guanqing will be performed. Celebrate the end of the semester with some adventurous […]

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