Alison Hale Faculty Flute Recital - Stolen Jewels
Sought-after recitalist, symphony, and chamber flutist, Alison Hale performs a concert of Stolen Jewels -- works composed for other instruments transcribed for flute. The program will feature chamber favorites, including the Brahms Sonata in F minor for clarinet, the Shubert Arpeggione Sonata for Cello, the three Romances for Oboe by Schumann, and the Sonata in A Major for violin by Faure. With pianists Mark Gionfriddo and Larry Schipull. Free and open to the public, with a reception to follow in the Warbeke Room, Pratt Hall.
The Orchestra and Choral Ensembles Join Forces for Family and Friends!
A centerpiece of the annual Family and Friends Weekend, the Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra and Choral Ensembles join forces for a lively concert showcasing the talents of our fantastic students! Ng Tian Hui and Stephanie Council conduct. Free and open to the public.
A Curious Man: The Life and Work of Jay Leyda
Leyda — a scholar, a translator, an artist, an archivist and a teacher — worked across the 20th century in a remarkable array of fields. He left his intellectual mark, in his characteristically understated way, on cinema, photography, music, painting and literature. This symposium brings together scholars from many aspects of Leyda’s life and work in order to spark conversation regarding his influence and legacy.
♿ Free and open to the public. Please register by October 1 to ensure adequate seating for the symposium and lunch on Friday.
Crafting a Life in the Arts
Considering an artistic career? Wondering how to craft a meaningful lifestyle? Want insider information on finding opportunities and connecting with established professionals? Join a campus-wide dialogue with established and emerging artists!