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Members of the faculty give concerts and present research on campus, around the country, and around the world.
The music of nationally acclaimed klezmer and classical flutist, Professor Adrianne Greenbaum of MHC is featured on the Florida Atlantic University website
2013: Tian Hui Ng signed on to compose and record a film score because he wanted to give the MHC Symphony Orchestra a rare chance to do professional work.
Found by Music students and LITS staff: two medieval musical manuscripts hiding in plain sight on campus.
Ethnomusicology professor Bode Omojola, celebrates King Sunny Ade's 70th birthday with an homage to his music and legacy.
Lindsay Pope 07: conducts the University of North Texas Concert Choir and is Conducting Associate to the Dallas Symphony Chorus.
Midwinter Dreams, a performance of music, art, and dance, explores the stuff dreams are made of.
The MHC Jazz Ensembles will present a swing-era radio show with vintage commercials, news, clothing, hairstyles, and vocal and instrumental jazz favorites.
The Big Broadcast!, Mount Holyoke’s annual 1940s radio show, returns March 6 with authentic music and commercials performed by student jazz ensembles.
Gionfriddos reads from his new book, Good Night, Dear Hart, Good Night, which he coauthored with Jeannie Gionfriddo, columnist for the Holyoke Sun.
Professor Robert Eisenstein organizes a Baroque concert featuring the music of the court of Indian monarch Serfoji II.
Karen Jordan: assigned to the Music School of Delaware's satellite location in Hockessin.
Cellist Astrid Schween describes the process of auditioning for the J.S.Q. and "the moment they popped the question".
The Chorale will perform at Syracuse University’s 13th Annual Invitational Choral Festival under distinguished conductor George Vance.
Sarah Mullervy ’03: helped lead the team that won a 2016 Daytime Emmy Award for the animated Peter Rabbit series on Nickelodeon.
A multidisciplinary performance piece will use music, dance, film, and video design to explore the role of technology in our lives.
Former Cello Lecturer Astrid Schween takes up her new position on the Cello faculty at Juilliard.
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