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Piano Sonatas in the Age of Mozart & Beethoven

Lecturer - Professor, Gil Harel
Wednesday, May 29
2 pm

“ The piano sonata emerged in the classical period as one of the most important new musical genres of the era. To this day it remains an iconic form that endures thanks in large part to the contributions of composers such as Mozart and Beethoven. In the sonatas of the former, listeners encounter sunny, major […]



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Gypsy Jazz in the Gallery

William Earley, Guitar - Matt Dempsey, Guitar - Frank Brocklehurst, Upright Bass - Brian Slattery, Violin
Friday, July 12
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Wind down your week with a “not so typical” evening of Jazz music in the Gallery. Paying homage to Django Reinhardt. The Hot Club of Black Rock plays hot swing, or jazz manouche, the kind of jazz that was popular in Paris in the 1920s and 1930s. Think the Moulin Rouge, or a cafe at […]



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¬°FIESTA! Music from Spain & Latin America

Performers, Judy Handler & Mark Levesque
Thursday, July 25
4 pm

Enjoy passionate & lyrical music from Spain and Latin America for guitar and mandolin. Connecticut-based husband and wife duo, Handler and Levesque have been performing together for 25 years. Audiences respond enthusiastically to their extraordinary sound, amusing anecdotes and the joyful spirit of their music. Included on the program will be a Venezuelan vals, a […]



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Music in the Glen: A brief Journey through Irish Music & History

Jeanne Freeman & Dan Ringrose
Wednesday, September 18
3 pm

Ireland is perhaps the only country whose national symbol is a musical instrument, the harp – representing a powerful artistic legacy of music, poetry, and storytelling. Join fiddler Jeanne Freeman and balladeer Dan Ringrose for a fascinating musical journey of tunes and songs exploring connections between Irish history and the enduring tradition of Irish music.



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