A concert of immersive electronic music and innovative moving image works, featuring Mount Holyoke College students, Assistant Professor of Music Thomas Ciufo, and guest artist Asha Tamirisa. A Q&A with the artists follows the concert. Free and open to the public.
Flute Choir Winter Concert 2018
The College's two flute choirs will perform Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Mozart, Three Dances by Khatchaturian, a medley of classic rock including tunes by Jethro Tull and the Beatles, and a selection from Disney’s Tangled. A reception follows. Alison Hale directs. Free and open to the public.
Five College Early Music Program — Euridice Baroque Ensemble
Charpentier Noels pour les Instruments, the Corelli Christmas Concerto, Purcell’s Abdelazar Suite. Directed by Robert Eisenstein. Free and open to the public.
Holiday Vespers 2018
The Mount Holyoke College Choral Ensembles and the Chamber Jazz, Vocal Jazz and English Handbell ensembles will once again present their annual holiday-inspired performances, best known for the candlelight procession and carol singing. The theme this year is "On a Winter's Night," and musical selections include images of stars, dreams, memories and the magic and wonder of the season.
KlezMova! Mount Holyoke's Klezmer Orchestra Winter Concert
Dance and Table-pounding music from Eastern Europe! Come listen! Come dance! Violins, flute, piano, accordion, trombone, clarinet, yangqin, and banjo! Adrianne Greenbaum directs. Free and open to the public.
Five College Collegium Concert: The Orphic Obrecht
The Collegium explores the works of Jacob Obrecht, born in Ghent in 1450. He was held in the highest esteem by his contemporaries and his masses and motets were performed at many princely chapels and at the Vatican. Obrecht succeeded Josquin as the maestro di cappella in Ferrara in 1503, but his time in Italy was cut short by his death from the plague in 1505.
The Collegium choir will perform selections from masses, Marian and Christmas season motets and Obrecht’s moving lament on the death of his trombone-playing father. The program is rounded out by instrumental selections performed on winds and viols.
MHSO Concert: Poems and Folk Songs
The Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra presents a program that will whisk you away to lands at the fringes of your imagination, including Griffes’ entrancing and ethereal Poem for Flute and Orchestra (Concerto Competition winner, Shion Kubota ‘19, flute), Schubert’s dark and lyrical Unfinished Symphony, and Antonin Dvořák’s bright Eighth Symphony, filled with bird songs and folk melodies. Netta Hadari conducts. Free and open to the public.